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Function Spaces, Analysis
“Function Spaces, Analysis and Approximation”
February 3-6, 2024
This conference aims to bring together mathematicians working in all areas of analysis.
We hope that this conference will provide a forum for researchers from all over the world to present their recent developments.
This conference is dedicated to Professors Oleg V. Besov and Vladimir N. Temlyakov for their 90th and 70th birthday anniversaries.
The conference “Function Spaces, Analysis and Approximation” is a satellite to the “15th ISAAC Congress” (organized by The International Society for Analysis, its Applications and Computation), which is also scheduled in Astana in 2025.
We chose Nazarbayev University as the venue for the conference.
Nazarbayev University is a modern, English-speaking research university located in Astana, the Republic of Kazakhstan’s capital and the heart of Eurasia.
Nazarbayev University, established in 2010, is the country’s flagship academic institution with aspirations to become a global-level research university.
This is the first university in Kazakhstan which is guided by the principles of autonomy and academic freedom.
An important dates
Registration on the conference website - until November 20, 2023
Confirmation of acceptance of the report - until December 01, 2023
Arrival day: February 2, 2024
Departure day: February 7, 2024
Lectures: February 3 - February 6, 2024
Welcome dinner: February 3, 2024
Conference dinner: February 5, 2024
Tentative conference schedule
Visa regime of the Republic of Kazakhstan for foreign citizens
We ask our valued foreign guests to pay attention to this official information on the website https://www.gov.kz/memleket/entities/mfa/press/article/details/6764?lang=en
We are pleased to announce that the following mathematicians have confirmed their participation.
The list is in alphabetical order:
Andrew Barron (Yale University), to be confirmed
Dauren Bazarkhanov (Institute of Mathematics and Mathematical Modeling)
Oleg Besov (Steklov Institute)
Albert Cohen (Sorbonne University)
Feng Dai (University of Alberta)
Dũng Dinh (Vietnam National University)
Mikhail Dyachenko (MSU)
Michael Ganzburg (Hampton University)
Gustavo Garrigós (University of Murcia)
Amiran Gogatishvili (Institute of Mathematics CAS)
Dorothee Haroske (University of Jena)
Boris Kashin (Steklov Institute)
Sergei Konyagin (Steklov Institute)
Thomas Kühn (Leipzig University)
Mieczysław Mastyło (Adam Mickiewicz University)
Alexander Meskhi (Razmadze Mathematical Institute)
Erlan Nursultanov (Institute of Mathematics and Mathematical Modeling)
Lubos Pick (Charles University)
Prasun Roychowdhury (National Taiwan University)
Makhmud Sadybekov (Institute of Mathematics and Mathematical Modeling)
Alexei Shadrin (University of Cambridge)
Vladimir Stepanov (Computing Center of FEB RAS)
Durvudkhan Suragan (Nazarbayev University)
Vladimir Temlyakov (University of South Carolina)
Sergey Tikhonov (Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies)
Eugene Tyrtyshnikov (MSU)
Mario Ullrich (Johannes Kepler Universität Linz)
Tino Ullrich (TU Chemnitz)
André Uschmajew (University of Augsburg)
Baoxiang Wang (Peking University)
Dachun Yang (Beijing Normal University)
Nurgissa Yessirkegenov (SDU)
Wen Yuan (Beijing Normal University)
The Organising Committee
Makhpal Manarbek (Secretary)
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