The tenth Ohio River Analysis Meeting (ORAM 10) will now be held virtually on the weekend of March 20-21, 2021.
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 will feature five plenary speakers and sessions for contributed talks by graduate students and other early career researchers.
Participants wishing to contribute talks should register by February 15, 2021 for full consideration; you will need to register even if you have already registered for the originally scheduled ORAM 10 conference in March 2020.
The organizing committee for ORAM 10 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 10 thanks the National Science Foundation and the College of Arts and Sciences and Department of Mathematics at the University of Kentucky for financial support. This conference is also held in cooperation with the Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM), and supports the Statements on Diversity and Inclusion and Welcoming Environment of the AWM.