Conference on Singular and OscillatoryIntegrals
January 7-11, 1999
Department of Mathematics
University of Wisconsin-Madison
The scientific activity of the
conference will consist of a series of invited one-hour lectures,
and of several shorter sessions of contributed talks.
A schedule is available as DVI or postscript file:
Invited Hours Speakers
In addition, Anthony Carbery (University of Edinburgh) and James Wright (University of New South Wales) will give hour lectures which will be instructional in nature, targeted at graduate students and recent Ph.D.s. We hope to post a tentative schedule of the invited talks in late December on this webpage.
The Organizing Committee will arrange a limited number of shorter talks each afternoon. Please inform the Committee if you wish to give a talk and submit a title by December 11th.
The Organizing Committee
The organizing committee consists of Anthony Carbery (University of Edinburgh), Alexander Nagel (UW-Madison), Andreas Seeger (UW-Madison), and James Wright (University of New South Wales). The Conference e-mail address is:email@example.com.
Ordinary mail should be addressed to one of the organizers at
If you wish to attend the Conference, please
register by December 11, 1998.
You may register for the Conference via the
There will be a $20 registration fee for the Conference in order to help defray the cost of refreshments during morning and afternoon breaks. This fee will be collected at the conference.
An informal opening reception will be held in the 9th Floor Lounge of Van Vleck Hall on the evening of Wednesday, January 6th, starting at 7:30 PM.
There will be a banquet for participants in the Conference, for faculty and staff at UW-Madison, and for their guests on Saturday evening, January 9, 1999. This event is dedicated to Professor Stephen Wainger . The banquet will be held in Tripp Common in the Wisconsin Memorial Union, starting at 7:00 PM. The banquet will be proceeded by a cash bar starting at 6:00 PM. The cost of the banquet will be $22 per person.
Those wishing to attend the banquet must complete the appropriate portion of theRegistration Form. Please indicate the number of people and their choices for entrée. Reservations for the banquet must be made no later than Friday, December 11, 1998. Payment may be made by cash or check at the Conference.
This conference is supported in part by the National Science Foundation and the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications. The Organizing Committee hopes to be able to provide some support for local expenses for some graduate students and recent Ph.D.s attending the Conference. However, because of limited funding, the Committee will not be able to make commitments of support until after the conference is over. Please inform the Committee if you would like to be considered for support. Please provide the name of your advisor and the subject or your thesis on theRegistration Form.
Participants are expected to make reservations on their own. A limited number of rooms have been set aside at the hotels listed below, but reservations need to be made by December 1, 1998 in order to guarantee receiving the stated rates. When making a reservation, please identify yourself as a participant in the Conference on Singular and Oscillatory Integrals. The stated rates do not include tax.
The Madison Inn, 601 Langdon Street, Madison, WI 53703.
Rates: $52 for single and $60 for double occupancy per night.
J.F. Friedrick Center, 1950 Willow Drive, Madison, WI 53706,
Telephone: 608-263-4799; Fax: 608-262-5445.
Rates: $52 for single and $52 for double occupancy per night.
Ivy Inn, 2355 University Avenue, Madison, WI 53705
Rates: $52 for single and $64 for double occupancy per night.
Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel, 525 West Johnson Street, Madison, WI 53703
Telephone: 608-251-5511; Fax: 608-251-4824.
Rates: $78 for single and $88 for double occupancy per night.Other Hotels.