A3N2M: Approximation, Applications, and Analysis of Nonlocal, Nonlinear Models
May 11 – 13, 2020 Postponed to May, 2021
Exact dates TBA
UPDATE: New Dates for the Barrett Lectures
We intend to have this meeting in May, 2021. At this moment we are figuring out details regarding the exact dates and format of the meeting. We will provide more information as we reach any decisions.
On March 11, 2020 The World Health Organization declared the Novel Coronavirus a global pandemic. There is a great deal of uncertainty concerning travel and events. For this reason, and after consultation with the NSF and IMA offices, we have decided to postpone the Barrett Lectures.
We are planning to hold them during the Fall. We will provide more information as the situation develops.
We urge everyone to stay safe, informed, and to follow the official CDC guidelines.
- 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 Texas at Austin)
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. PI members may use IMA/PI funds to support personnel’s travel to this conference.
- The Barrett Memorial Fund.
Limited funds are available to pay for lodging of all participants, and to help defray travel costs. First priority will be given to graduate students, early-career researchers, and/or members of groups that are under-represented in mathematics.
Financial support can be requested in the Registration page. The conference will pay for lodging (see Transportation and Local Information) of participants who request it in their registration by the deadline of April 1. The amount of travel support cannot be guaranteed and will only be known after the conference.
Please note that we will only support travel costs for participants coming from US institutions, and we will give preference to those coming from institutions located in the Southeastern United States.
Feel free to contact them for additional questions and concerns.