2009 Red Raider Mini-Symposium

Non-linear Analysis, PDEs and Applications

9th Annual Red Raider Mini-Symposium

October 29 – 31, 2009

Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University


Distinguished Speakers

* Prof. Susanne Brenner, Louisiana State University
* Prof. Ciprian Foias, Texas A&M University
* Prof. Max Gunzburger, Florida State University
* Prof. Alex Mahalov, Arizona State University
* Prof. Vladimir Sverak, University of Minnesota
* Prof. Daniel Tataru, University of California, Berkeley

Early Career Speakers

* Prof. Yuliya Gorb, University of Houston
* Prof. Nam Le, Columbia University
* Prof. Youssef Marzouk, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
* Prof. Hoai-Minh Nguyen, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
* Denis Ridzal, PhD, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque
* Shawn Walker, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences

We will attempt to support most of participants, giving priority to early career researchers, women, minority, and people with disability. We are expecting the NSF support for funding their attendance and will announce it as soon as we hear from NSF.


The mini-symposium is currently sponsored by Prof. Frits Ruymgaart’s Paul Whitfield Endowed Horn Professorship and the Department of Mathematics and Statistics of Texas Tech University. Horn Professor Ruymgaart generously provides funds from his endowed professorship to support distinguished speakers. The Department of Mathematics and Statistics pays other organizational expenses. Possible support for larger number of speakers and participants may come from NSF later.

The registration form and other information are available on its webpage.


5 Responses to “2009 Red Raider Mini-Symposium”

  1. Duy Nguyen Says:

    Wow, it is really cool to have to two giving talks

  2. HTLuan Says:

    Danh sách người trình bày có thay đổi. Lịch các buổi nói đã có trên trang web.

  3. HTLuan Says:

    Anh nào có hẹn là phải đến đó nghe!

  4. PVT Says:

    Mọi người nhớ yêu cầu host đẫn đi ăn steak.

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