23rd International Workshop on Operator Theory and Applications (IWOTA), University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, July 16 — 20, 2012
- Continuous and discrete Clifford analysis
( Swanhild Bernstein , Fabrizio Colombo , Uwe Kahler , Paul Leopardi )
Welcome to IWOTA 2012
Welcome to the 23rd International Workshop on Operator Theory and its Applications (IWOTA 2012).
For the past 30 years, IWOTA has brought together mathematicians working in a variety of fields that share operator theory as a common theme. In 2012, it is Australia’s turn to host IWOTA. This meeting will emphasise three directions:
- Operator algebras.
- Control theory.
- Harmonic analysis of differential operators.
Of course, the workshop will not be restricted to these three themes, and colleagues working on any aspect of operator theory, understood in a very broad sense, are encouraged to participate.
The conference will be held at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, from Monday 16 July through Friday 20 July. It follows the 20th International Symposium on Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems MTNS 2012 in Melbourne.
Previous IWOTA meetings
To register for IWOTA2012, fill in the online registration form and pay the registration fee (see below).
There are two types of registration fee: (i) student fee; and (ii) regular fee. The registration fee is not refundable. Please make sure you follow the correct link below. If you are a student, please provide the name and email of an academic in your home university as a reference.
Early Bird Fee
Please note that the early bird registration fee is available on or before midnight May 31st, 2012 AEST.
Online registration form
To register, please follow one of the links below. You will need a credit card to finalise your registration.
|Student Registration||Regular Registration|
Accommodation & Travel
Please read the information sheet from the Department of Immigration. Most participants should be able to get an eVisitor or an ETA online. This is a straightforward process. If you are not a citizen of one of the eligible countries, the process is, however, complicated, and should be started several months in advance. Let us know if you need an invitation letter.
The conference will take place here. One of the best ways to book your accommodation in Sydney is to use the website Booking.com. You could choose to stay in the suburb of Randwick, and have a short walk to the University. Another option is Coogee, which has a lovely beach, but is further away (30 minutes walk). Alternatively, you could stay somewhere else in Sydney, and use the relatively efficient bus system.
It is also possible to rent an apartment. For two people or more, this can be substantially better value for money. Bookings can be made through the website Stayz.com.au (search for Randwick, Coogee, or another suburb).
The conference takes place during the Australian winter, which, in Sydney, is relatively mild (see climate). Participants wanting to stay for a holiday after (or before) the conference may find that it is not the most pleasant time to visit the Southern parts of Australia. On the other hand, July is an ideal time to visit places such as the Great Barrier Reef in the tropical North. See the Lonely Planet weather in Australia page, and, more generally, their guidebook for more information.
Source: Email from S. Bernstein, 01 March 2012, 1:31 am, bernstei_at_math.tu-freiberg.de, http://conferences.science.unsw.edu.au/IWOTA2012/