Dedicated to the memory of Lida Barrett
A3N2M: Approximation, Applications, and Analysis of Nonlocal, Nonlinear Models
May 17 – 19, 2021 (New Dates)
The conference will be online
UPDATE: New Dates and format for the Barrett Lectures
The 50th Barrett Lectures were originally scheduled to take place May 11 – 13, 2020. Unfortunately, on March 11, 2020 The World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. For this reason, and after consultation with the NSF and IMA offices, we had to postpone the Barrett Lectures.
We are glad to announce that we have found a new date for this meeting. It will take place
May 17 – 19, 2021
online via Zoom.
Attending the Lectures is free, but we require all participants to register. Click here to register.
- Vassili Kolokoltsov (Department of Statistics, University of Warwick)
- Ricardo H. Nochetto (Department of Mathematics, University of Maryland)
- Luis Silvestre (Department of Mathematics, University of Chicago)
- Mark Allen (Department of Mathematics, Brigham Young University)
- Mark Ainsworth (Division of Applied Mathematics, Brown University)
- Olena Burkovska (Oak Ridge National Laboratories)
- Marta D’Elia (SANDIA National Laboratories)
- Qiang Du (Department of Applied Mathematics, Columbia University)
- Max Gunzburger (Department of Scientific Computing, Florida State University)
- Xingjie Helen Li (Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of North Carolina, Charlotte)
- Robert P. Lipton (Department of Mathematics, Louisiana State University)
- Robin Neumayer (Department of Mathematics, Northwestern University)
- Petronela Radu (Department of Mathematics, University of Nebraska, Lincoln)
- Pablo Seleson (Oak Ridge National Laboratories)
- Stewart Silling (SANDIA National Laboratories)
- Mariana Smit Vega Garcia (Department of Mathematics, Western Washington University)
- Pablo R. Stinga (Department of Mathematics, Iowa State University)
- Xiaochuan Tian (Department of Mathematics, University of California, San Diego)
This conference is also supported in part by:
- The Computational Mathematics Program at the National Science Foundation through award 2001695.
- The Institute for Mathematics and its Applications (IMA) through its Participating Institution (PI) Program.
- The Barrett Memorial Fund.
Feel free to contact them for additional questions and concerns.
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