Leon Ehrenpreis Conference
The Department of Mathematics, Temple University, is holding a conference to honor the memory of our colleague and friend Leon Ehrenpreis. The conference will take place November 15 and 16, 2010.
C. Epstein, University of Pennsylvania, Mathematical foundations of population genetics
J. E. Fornaess,University of Michigan, Foliations by Riemann surfaces
C. Gutiérrez, Temple University, Geometric optics and Monge-Ampere type equations
X. Huang, Rutgers University, On Bishop surfaces with a non-degenerate complex tangent point
H. Iwaniec, Rutgers University, Exotic views on the circle method
J. J. Kohn, Princeton University, Existence and hypoellipticity with loss of derivatives
I. Rivin, Temple University, Finding conformal maps between molecules and other stories
P. Sarnak, Institute for Advanced Study, Sums of 3-squares
E. Stein, Princeton University, Singular integrals and several complex variables
F. Treves, Rutgers University, Ehrenpreis and the fundamental principle for constant coefficients PDE
The schedule is available here.
The banquet will take place Monday, November 15 at approximately 6:00 pm at the Edward H. Rosen Hillel Center, 1441 Norris Street Philadelphia, PA 19121. The cost will be $40 payable at the door (unless prior arrangements have been made).
If you wish to take part in this activity please send mail to "banquet at math temple edu". We would like to have a sense of how many peple will participate.
Information, all in one
This file (2.2MB) contains a printable schedule and campus map with some pointers.
Sponsored by the Mathematics Department and the College of Science and Technology, Temple University
Dr. C. J. Mozzochi's photos of the event on Monday are available from his website.