This meeting is a half-day program of seminars on topics at the interface between complex analysis, differential
equations and operator theory, partially funded by a Leverhulme Lectureship for Professor Heinz Langer and by a grant from Sefydliad Gwyddorau Mathemategol a Chyfrifiannol Cymru, and will take place at Cardiff School of Mathematics. |
If you would like to attend please send an email with the subject
Analysis Octoberfest stating your name and affiliation and whether
or not you will come to lunch.
Cardiff School of Mathematics is at 21-23 Senghennydd Road and is 200m
south-east of Cathays railway station. It takes 20-25 minutes to walk
to the School from Cardiff Central railway station.
In the Google Map, Senghennydd Road (the street where the Mathematics Building is located) is mis-named as 'Woodville Road'.
13:00-14:00 Lunch, sponsored by Sefydliad Gwyddorau Mathemategol a Chyfrifiannol Cymru.
14:00-15:00 Heinz Langer (Technische
Extension theory of symmetric operators and applications
15:30-16:30 James Langley (University of Nottingham)
Non-real zeros of derivatives of real meromorphic functions.
16:30-17:30 Ian Wood (University of Kent)
The abstract M-function and its relation to the spectrum
Cardiff School of Mathematics is close to all the main tourist attractions in Cardiff city
centre, so there is plenty of choice if you want to book yourself accommodation.
Two large hotels less than 500m from the Mathematics Building are:
- Hilton, 1 Kingsway, Cardiff CF10 3HH, tel: 029 2064 6300, web: www.hilton.com
- Parc Hotel, Park Place, Cardiff, CF10 3UD, tel: 0871 376 9011, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
There are many other hotels online,
including a number of Bed and Breakfast guesthouses in Cathedral Road
and on Newport Road, approximately 20-30 minutes' walk from the
Mathematics Building. Concerning guesthouses/small hotels, recent
visitors have indicated that
this small hotel and
this small hotel are good.
The organizers are Malcolm Brown and Marco