Infinite Dimensional Function Theory:

Present Progress and Future Problems

January 8-9, 2015

An informal meeting to be held Thursday 8th - Friday 9th January 2015 at University College Dublin

The general plan for this meeting is to allow each participant the opportunity to give a 30 minute talk on his/her special interests in infinite dimensional complex function theory. There will be plenty of time for questions as well as informal conversation during the two day meeting.

The meeting, which is an offshoot of the TCD-UCD Analysis Seminar, is being sponsored by the Irish Mathematical Society, the Ireland-US Fulbright Commission for Educational Exchange, as well as by NUI Galway, Trinity College Dublin, and University College Dublin

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Speakers Include

Jose M. Ansemil, James Boland, Anthony Brown, Gerard Buskes, Sean Dineen, Domingo Garcia, Ilja Gogic, Robin Harte, Finbarr Holland, Rupert Levene, Manuel Maestre, Martin Mathieu, A.G. O’Farrell, M. Pilar Rueda, Raymond Ryan, Richard Smith, Milena Venkova

Talks will be of 30 minutes duration (30 = +/- 20 +/- 5 minutes discussion +/- 5 minute break). Any participant who wishes to add his/her name to this list is encouraged to do so, by contacting Richard Aron.

Titles and Schedule (.xlsx)
General Information for Participants (.docx)
Talks (and Photos)
Please send a message to Richard M. Aron indicating your interest in attending and, possibly, speaking at this meeting. A timetable will be available in due course based on the information that intending participants provide. Also, please send any queries or special requests that you might have to the same address.

1.28 Science North (Physics building)

University College Dublin
Dublin 4

Conference Map (from Google maps)
GPS: 51 31'20.7"N 0 2'35.26"W

A conference dinner is being arranged for early Thursday evening, and some social activity for Friday evening.

Getting here from the airport
The Aircoach service ("the blue bus") leaves from outside the arrivals hall in Dublin airport. The Sandyford/Leopardstown route (route 700) crosses the city and stops on Stillorgan road at the Montrose hotel which is just across the road from UCD. The journey time is one hour (which can vary significantly). Watch out on the left hand side for the radio transmitter tower of the national broadcaster RTE which is the stop before UCD/Montrose. The cost is €8 one way, or €14 return. Note There are four Aircoach routes but only the Sandyford/Leopardstown Aircoach stops outside UCD. Participants staying in Bewley's hotel Ballsbridge should take the Ballsbridge/Donnybrook Aircoach (route 702) which stops beside Bewley's hotel. Participants staying at the Royal Marine in Dun Laoghaire should take Aircoach route 703.

Accommodation Information