This website is for the 2018 Ohio River Analysis Meeting. For the ORAM 2021 website please click here.
The eighth Ohio River Analysis Meeting (ORAM 8) was held on 24-25 March 2018 at the University of Kentucky in Lexington.
This regional conference series is a collaborative event between the research groups in analysis and partial differential equations at the University of Kentucky and the University of Cincinnati and is scheduled to meet once a year alternating between the two universities. The goal is to foster closer research collaborations between faculty and students from the two departments and to bring leading experts in the field to the region.
The conference featured five plenary speakers and sessions for contributed talks by graduate students and other early career researchers. A full PDF schedule and abstract list for all plenary and contributed speakers are now available. For a map of conference locations, please see the full schedule page.
Participants who have been guaranteed financial support should fill in the independent contractor form AND either the W9 form (if American citizen/permanent resident) or W8-BEN form, including photocopies of passport and visa (if not). These should be returned, together with receipts, to Mihai Tohaneanu (firstname.lastname@example.org) by April 9 to receive reimbursements.
The organizers would like to thank all participants for helping to make the conference a success. We hope to see you all again next year at ORAM 9 in Cincinnati!
The organizing committee for ORAM 8 is Mihai Tohaneanu (University of Kentucky), Leonid Slavin (University of Cincinnati), Gareth Speight (University of Cincinnati), Peter Hislop (University of Kentucky), Michael Goldberg (University of Cincinnati), and Francis Chung (University of Kentucky).
ORAM 8 was held with financial assistance from the National Science Foundation and in cooperation with the Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM). This conference supports the Statements on Diversity and Inclusion and Welcoming Environment of the AWM.