2-Day OTCA 2013

A 2-Day Meeting on
Operator Theory, Complex Analysis and Applications

15-16 July, 2013

Universidade do Minho,
Guimarães, Portugal


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2-Day OTCA 2013

I have no doubts that the best way to get to know a city is by sketching it. One gets to know its places and learns to like it even more. It happened to me in Guimarães, the 2012 European Cultural City. And sketching in group the same motive has another benefit: we compare how each one solves the same problem. Because sketching is no more than solving problems.

Eduardo Salavisa, desenhador do quotidiano.

The 2-Day Meeting on Operator Theory, Complex Analysis and Applications 2013 will take place in Guimarães, Portugal, on 15-16 July 2013. It will be hosted by the Centre of Mathematics of the University of Minho .

The main objective of 2-Day OTCA 2013 is to bring together researchers working in different areas of Mathematics, namely Operator Theory, Complex Analysis and related fields, with a particular emphasis in Mathematical Physics, and to create an opportunity to highlight the current state of the art in these fields, present open problems and engage in fruitful discussions.

This meeting follows the line of two previous workshops, WOTCA 2010 and WOTCA 2012.

The programme will consist of several invited 25+5 minute talks and a poster session.

2-Day OTCA has no registration fee and is open to everybody interested, but the number of participants will be restricted to a maximum of 40, in order to foster useful dialogue in a friendly atmosphere. Participation of young researchers and students is most welcome, and we hope this will also encourage contact between leading mathematicians and younger ones.

This meeting is organized in the context of the FCT project Toeplitz operators and Riemann-Hilbert problems: at the crossroad of Operator Theory and Complex Analysis (PTDC/MAT/121837/2010). It is supported by the Centre of Mathematics of UMinho, the Center for Mathematical Analysis, Geometry and Dynamical Systems of IST and the FCT project PTDC/MAT/121837/2010.