7th ISAAC – Hypercomplex Analysis, 13-18 July 2009, London

7th ISAAC Congress, July 13-18, 2009
Imperial College London, UK

Sessions on Complex and Hypercomplex Analysis


The ISAAC board, the Local Organising Committee and the Department of Mathematics at Imperial College London, are pleased to invite you to the 7th International ISAAC Congress to be held from July 13 to July 18, 2009 in London.

The 7th International ISAAC congress continues the successful series of meetings previously held in the USA (1997), Japan (1999), Germany (2001), Canada (2003), Italy (2005) and Turkey (2007).

We are looking forward to welcome you in London
The Local Organising Committee

Sessions Details:

I. Complex Analysis

II. Hypercomplex Analysis

II.1. Clifford and Quaternion Analysis

Organisers: I. Sabadini (Milano), F. Sommen (Ghent)

We call for contributions in the fields of theoretical quaternionic and Clifford analysis and, more in general,  hypercomplex analysis intended as the study of the function theory related to the Dirac operator and systems of partial differential operators taking values in a Clifford algebra. All the topics varying from the study of monogenic functions, its generalisations to higher spin such as the Rarita-Schwinger system, Clifford analysis on superspace, Clifford-Radon and Fourier transforms, discrete Clifford analysis to functions with values in more general non-commutative structures are welcome.

II.2. Analytical, geometrical and numerical Methods in Clifford- and Cayley-Dickson algebras

Organisers: K. Gürlebeck (Weimar), V. Kisil (Leeds), W. Sprößig (Freiberg)

The mathematical use of above mentioned algebras reaches from hypercomplex analysis and differential geometry up to corresponding numerical methods. Therefore we call especially for contributions with applications in gauge theories, mathematical physics, image processing, robotics, learning, geometric algebras etc.

Source of information: Email by D.A. Pinotsis, http://www.isaac2009.org/


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