The aim of the conference is to reflect on recent and future developments in broadly understood geometric functional analysis, with emphasis on interactions with other subfields of mathematics and with other mathematical sciences, including but not limited to computer science, mathematical physics and statistics.
The scientific program will be set up under the guidance of the Scientific Committee consisting of Jean Bourgain, Emmanuel Candes, Persi Diaconis, Boaz Klartag, Stanislaw Szarek, Santosh Vempala, Roman Vershynin, and Elisabeth Werner.
The conference will be supported by the NSF via Focused Research Grant, which involves CWRU, Kent State University, University of Michigan and University of Missouri. We expect to be able to provide support to a substantial number of participants, with priority given to graduate students, junior researchers and to those lacking their own research funding, as well as to members of underrepresented groups.
More details, including the names of plenary speakers, will be provided in the coming months. Should you have any questions, please contact one of the organizers (below), or check the conference website.
Alexander Koldobsky (koldobskiya at missouri.edu)
Mark Rudelson (rudelsonm at missouri.edu)
Dmitry Ryabogin (ryabogin at math.kent.edu)*
Stanislaw Szarek (szarek at cwru.edu)*
Roman Vershynin (romanv at umich.edu)
Elisabeth Werner (elisabeth.werner at case.edu)*
Artem Zvavitch (zvavitch at math.kent.edu)*
Local Organizing Committee:
Those marked with "*" on the list above and
Elizabeth Meckes (ese3 at cwru.edu)
Mark Meckes (mark.meckes at case.edu)