Saturday (AP&M 6402):
9 am: Coffee and breakfast
9:30 am. Xiaojun Huang, "The global property for holomorphic isometry".
10:30 am. Alvaro Pelayo, "Symplectic and spectral geometry of integrable systems".
12 pm. Lunch at Oceanview Terrace (in campus)
2 pm. Charles Epstein, "Degenerate Diffusions on Manifolds with Corners".
3 pm. Katya Krupchyk, "L^p bounds on eigenfunctions for operators with double characteristics".
4 pm. Coffee
4:30 pm. Michael Hitrik, "Invariant Lagrangian Tori and Spectra for Non-Selfadjoint Operators"
evening: planning is in progress
Sunday (AP&M 6402):
9 am. Coffee and breakfast
9:30 am. Svetlana Jitomirskaya, "Diophantine properties and the spectral theory of explicit quasiperiodic models".
10:30 am. John P D'Angelo, "Problems in Hermitian Analysis".
12 pm. Lunch at Bella Vista Cafe (near campus, next to Salk Institute)
Here are the
directions to the UCSD campus and the AP&M building (Math. Department).
Parking: Parking on the UCSD Campus is free on weekends. You may park in any of the parking lots next to the AP&M building. For a campus map, please click on map. Please do not park in the "reserved" or "A parking only" spaces.
Funding: The SCAPDE is supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation. Some funding is available for graduate students and postdocs who do not have NSF or other grant or school support. People interested in applying for travel funds should check the appropriate box in the electronic registration form and send an e-mail request to Peter Ebenfelt or Ioan Bejenaru.
Hotel: The conference hotel is Del Mar Inn. To get the special rate, please call them and request the SCAPDE group rate. Note that the special rate of 139/night is available until April 1st.
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