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The p-Harmonic Equation and Recent Advances in Analysis. Edited by Pietro Poggi-Corradini. Contemporary Mathematics Vol. 370, (2005) AMS. ISBN: 0-8218-3610-2

Location and Dates:

Department of Mathematics
Kansas State University
Manhattan, Kansas
October 17-18, 2003

Principal Lecturer:

Tadeusz Iwaniec
Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY.

Colloquium Talk, Thursday October 16, 2:30 pm.
Title: New function spaces that facilitate understanding nonlinear PDEs, ABSTRACT

First Talk, Friday October 17, 2:20 pm.
Title: p-harmonic equations I,

Second Talk, Saturday October 18, 2:20 pm.
Title: p-harmonic equations II,

Invited Speakers:

John Lewis
University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.

Friday October 17, 3:30 pm
Title: Symmetry Theorems and Uniform Rectifiability,

Juan Manfredi
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.

Saturday October 18, 3:30pm
Title: p-Harmonic functions in Euclidean space and in the Heisenberg group,

Contributed Talks: Deadline for Abstract was September 20.

Time has been allocated for short contributed talks by participants. Recent Ph.D's, graduate students, women and underrepresented minorities are strongly encouraged to give a contributed talk.

Thanks and Aknowledgements:

This conference is made possible by the generous support of the National Science Fundation (Grant DMS-0349394), of the Departments of Mathematics at Kansas State University and at the University of Kansas, and of the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI).
Notice of non-discrimination.


Pietro Poggi-Corradini, KSU
Estela A. Gavosto, KU
Marianne Korten, KSU
Charles Moore, KSU
Rodolfo H. Torres, KU

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If you would like further information, please contact  
Pietro Poggi-Corradini, KSU


The Prairie Analysis Seminar is a joint project of the Department of Mathematics of The University of Kansas and the Department of Mathematics of Kansas State University.

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