Due to the incredible response (42 contributed talks, 75+ expected participants), we must close registration for the conference. Accepted registrations are listed under Participants and will receive additional information by email. We look forward to seeing you in March!
The deadline to apply for funding to attend the conference is approaching soon. Please apply by November 15, 2018 by registering for the conference and checking the apply for funding box. If you have already applied for funding, we will reply to you soon after the funding deadline with our decision. A list of registered participants is now available.
We are happy to announce the titles of mini-courses by our invited lecturers.
Max Engelstein (MIT):
Compactness Methods and Blowups in Harmonic Analysis and Geometric Measure Theory
Irina Holmes (Michigan State / Texas A&M):
Bellman Functions: Probability Methods in Harmonic Analysis
Bobby Wilson (Washington):
This is the website for “Geometric and Harmonic Analysis 2019: a Conference for Graduate Students”. The goal of this conference is to bring together junior researchers (primarily PhD students) working in Geometric Analysis, Harmonic Analysis, and related fields such as Analysis on Metric Spaces, Differential Geometry, Geometric Function Theory, Geometric Measure Theory, and Partial Differential Equations. Participants will have an opportunity to speak about their research (in 20 minute, parallel talks) and interact with their peers from across the country. In addition, the conference will feature minicourses by three rising experts in the field: Dr. Max Engelstein, Dr. Irina Holmes, and Dr. Bobby Wilson.
The conference will run from Friday, March 29 through Sunday, March 31, 2019.
If you would like to participate, please fill out the Registration Form. Funding is available for PhD students from U.S. or Canadian institutions who contribute a talk and may requested on the registration form. Preference for funding will be given to those who apply by Thursday, November 15, 2018. Members of underrepresented groups in mathematics, including women and minorities are particularly encouraged to apply.