Boris Baeumer & Mark Meerschaert

International Symposium on Fractional Calculus

January 9-13, University of Otago, New Zealand

Welcome

The Department of Mathematics & Statistics is hosting a Symposium on Fractional Calculus and its Applications. We are bringing together world leaders to discuss recent advances and future research directions in the field. We hope to leave ample time for talks of significant lengths, informal discussions and socialization. Confirmed international speakers are

1. Alexi Chechkin (Kharkov, Ukraine)

2. John Cushman (Purdue University, USA)

3. David Dreisigmeyer (Colorado State University, USA)

4. Rudolf Gorenflo (Freie Universitšt Berlin, Germany)

5. Bruce Henry (University of New South Wales, Australia)

6. Yossi Klafter (Tel Aviv University, Israel)

7. Trevor Langlands (University of New South Wales, Australia)

8. Stig Larsson (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)

9. Katja Lindenberg (University of California, San Diego, USA)

10. Stig-Olof Londen (Helsinki University of Technology, Finland)

11. Francesco Mainardi (University of Bologna, Italy)

12. William McLean (University of New South Wales, Australia)

13. Ralf Metzler (Nordic Institute for Theoretical Physics, Denmark)

14. Fred Molz (Clemson University, USA)

15. Hans-Peter Scheffler (University of Nevada, Reno, USA)

16. Rene Schilling (University of Marburg, Germany)

17. Charles Tadjeran (University of Nevada, Reno, USA)

18. Sabir Umarov (University of New Mexico, USA)

19. Steve Wheatcraft (University of Nevada, Reno, USA)

20. Wojbor Woyczynski (Case Western Reserve University, USA)

 

 

Department of Mathematics & Statistics

University of Otago

Dunedin

New Zealand

To register, please contact us at

Phone: +64-3-479-7763

Fax: +64-3-479-8427

E-mail: bbaeumer@maths.otago.ac.nz

Text Box: We would like to use this opportunity to thank the Division of Sciences and the Department of Mathematics & Statistics for their sponsorship of the Symposium. Without their help and contribution this would not have been possible.

Boris Baeumer & Mark M. Meerschaert

Last update on 29 December 2005