Here is the schedule of tutorial lectures, last updated 5/11/2014.

All lectures will take place in __White Hall Classroom Building, Room 234__

The White Hall Classroom Building is located next to Patterson Office Tower, the home of the Department of Mathematics. See UK's Campus Map for locations.

**Thursday, May 15**

9:00 AM | Coffee and Welcome |

10:00 AM | Paolo Santini, Integrable Systems and Soliton Equations in 2+1 Dimensions, I |

1:30 PM | Ken McLaughlin, Orthogonal Polynomials and Random Matrix Theory, I |

2:30 PM | Kari Astala, Introduction to the Function Theory and Analysis of d-Bar Problems and other Elliptic Equations , I |

3:30 PM | Peter Miller, Introduction to Semiclassical Asymptotic Analysis, I |

**Friday, May 16**

9:00 AM | Paolo Santini, Integrable Systems and Soliton Equations in 2+1 Dimensions, II |

10:00 AM | Peter Perry, A Functional Analyst Looks at Inverse Scattering, I |

11:00 AM | J.-C. Saut, PDE Methods Versus Completely Integrable Methods for Dispersive Nonlinear Waves, I |

2:00 PM | Ken McLaughlin, Orthogonal Polynomials and Random Matrix Theory, II |

3:00 PM | Kari Astala, Introduction to the Function Theory and Analysis of d-Bar Problems and other Elliptic Equations , II |

4:00 PM | Peter Miller, Introduction to Semiclassical Asymptotic Analysis, II |

**Saturday, May 17**

9:00 AM | Andreas Stahel, Introduction to Numerical Methods for d-Bar Problems, I |

10:00 AM | James Colliander, Dispersive Methods in Partial Differential Equations, I |

11:00 AM | J.-C. Saut, PDE Methods Versus Completely Integrable Methods for Dispersive Nonlinear Waves, II |

1:30 PM | Andreas Stahel, Introduction to Numerical Methods for d-Bar Problems, II |

2:30 PM | James Colliander, Dispersive Methods in Partial Differential Equations, II |

3:30 PM | Peter Perry, A Functional Analyst looks at Inverse Scattering, II |

4:30 PM | Open Problems Discussion |