Southeastern Analysis Meeting

32nd Southeastern Analysis Meeting

SEAM 32 will be hosted in Tampa, FL by the University of South Florida during March 13-15, 2016. Professor Doron Lubinsky is a plenary speaker and our recently hired assistant professor, Shahaf Nitzan, is an invited speaker. Visit the SEAM 32 website for complete details as they become available.

30th Southeastern Analysis Meeting

SEAM 30 will be hosted by Clemson University organized by Mishko Mitkovski, a previous post doc in Tech's School of Mathematics. Professor Michael Lacey is a plenary speaker. The conference will begin the morning of March 7, 2014 and continue into the afternoon on March 8, 2014. There will be eight plenary talks given by five senior (1-hour talks) and three junior (30 minute talks) mathematicians. Visit the SEAM 30 website for complete details.

28th Southeastern Analysis Meeting

SEAM 28 will be hosted by the University of Alabama on March 9-10, 2012. The meeting has a rich history and its main purpose is to bring together experienced researchers, junior faculty, and graduate students to discuss recent work and advances in Operator Theory, Classical Complex Analysis, Harmonic Analysis, Function Theoretic Operator Theory, and related areas. The conference will begin the morning of March 9 and go into the afternoon of March 10.

27th Southeastern Analysis Meeting

SEAM 27 will be held in conjuction with John Conway Day on Thursday March 17, 2011 on the occassion of his upcoming retirement in recognition of his influence on function theoretic operator theory, his many students and collaborators, and for contributions to SEAM. The combined meeting will take place on the University of Florida campus from the morning of March 17 through the afternoon of March 19, 2011. Visit the SEAM 27 website for complete details.

26th Southeastern Analysis Meeting

Photos from 2010 meeting

The Southeastern Analysis Meeting (SEAM) promotes interaction between researchers and encourages research and education in the field of analysis. The meeting has a very rich history, is well established, and is frequently well-attended. The main purpose of this conference is to bring together experienced researchers, junior faculty, and graduate students to discuss recent work and advances in Operator Theory, Classical Complex Analysis and Harmonic Analysis, Function Theoretic Operator Theory, and related areas.

The meeting will take place on the Georgia Tech campus during March 25-28, 2010.

Hour-long talks will include the following speakers:

Thirty-minute talks will be given by the following speakers:

Organizers are:

For more details on registration and abstract submissions, please visit the SEAM website.
Schedule of Presentations

Maps: Parking and venue location

If you are traveling to Atlanta for SEAM via plane, then the easiest way to reach Tech is the MARTA (~$2.50), though a Taxi is a reasonable option as well (~$35). The subway (MARTA) runs from the airport directly to the Georgian Terrace Hotel. At the airport, follow the signs to MARTA, which is the Atlanta Subway. You'll see the signs after arriving at the baggage claim area.

The airport is the end of the south line. To reach campus and the Georgian Terrace, ride the train north, to the North Ave MARTA stop. For the hotel, exit the station--and the building--towards the HEAD of the train. You'll be on 3rd street, once you exit the building. Turn right, walking one block to 3rd and Peachtree. Cross Peachtree, and turn right to get to the Georgian Terrace, the tall building with a glass cylinder going up. To reach the campus and conference location, follow these directions, but then it is best to consult the map on the conference website for how to walk from the subway station to Klaus.

Directions from the Georgian Terrace Hotel to the campus venue are on-line. The hotel is 1.2 miles from the SEAM venue and is about a 25-minute leisurely walk.

 

Questions? Contact seam@math.gatech.edu
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The organizers gratefully acknowledge the NSF for their support of this conference.