Clifford Analysis and Related Topics
A conference in honor of Paul A. M. Dirac
The Department of Mathematics at Florida State University in conjunction with the Department of Mathematics at University of Arkansas is organizing the conference Clifford Analysis and Related Topics, A Conference in Honor of Paul A. M. Dirac to take place December 15, 16 and 17, 2014 at the main campus of Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. This conference will focus on topics that are at the forefront of current mathematical research in Clifford analysis and its applications. Lectures will be given by top researchers in the field as well as students who are sufficiently advanced.
This conference is co-organized by Craig Nolder, Florida State University and John Ryan, University of Arkansas. Support is gratefully acknowledged from the NSF and the home departments of the organizers.
CART-2014 is fully committed to the goal of fostering diversity in research in the mathematical sciences. As such, we align with the National Science Foundation's Diversity Mission Statement by promoting the participation from all individuals, women and men, underrepresented minorities, and persons with disabilities engaged in the science and engineering enterprise through increased participation of underrepresented groups and institutions in all NSF programs and activities. Here underrepresented minorities include African Americans, American Indians including Native Alaskans, Hispanics and Native Pacific Islanders. For more information on the NSF, please visit www.nfs.gov.
Confirmed Invited Speakers:Paula Cerejeiras, University of Aveiro, Portugal
Jesse Gell-Redman, John Hopkins University, USA
Joao Morais, University of Aveiro, Portugal
Tim Rayemakers, University of Ghent, Belgium
John Ryan, University of Arkansas, USA
Mihaela Vajiac, Chapman University, USA
Judith Vanegas, Universidad Simon Bolivar, Venezuela