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|Xingde Dai, University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC)
|Posted: Fri Nov 29, 2002 2:27 pm
Subject: Conference Announcement
Conference on the Interaction Between Operator Theory,
Wavelet Theory and Control Theory
When Where. The Conference will be held on May1-2, 1993 at
the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC). The
University locates at east-north of Charlotte city,North
The program (Four one hour talks and more than 15 twenty
minute talks) will be held in 110 Architecture Bldg. (ARCH
110) on the campus of UNCC, beginning at 9:00 AM May 1 and
lasting until late afternoon Sunday, May 2.
Local Transportation. We will start picking people up from the
Holiday Inn by 8:00AM (the Residence Inn is only a 3 minutes
walk from the Holiday Inn).
Hotel. We have reserved blocks of rooms at the Holiday Inn
(phone 704-547-0999) and the Residence Inn (704-547-1122)
at University Executive Park.The University Executive Park is
about one mile from the UNCC campus. Participants are asked
to make their own reservations directly with the hotel. The
conference rate at the Holiday Inn is $45.00 + tax per room,
the rate at Residence Inn is $71 + tax per two bedroom
suite.Reservations should be made by March 30. When making
reservations, be sure to indicate that you are attending the
Conference (Math Conference). There will be a motorcycle race
at the Charlotte Speedway that weekend, so please make your
hotel reservation as early as possible.
Airport Transportation: call The University Shuttle
at 704-553-2424 or 800-951-2424. The fare is $9.00 per
person from the airport to the University Executive Park.
The following people will give one hour talks:
Charles K. Chui, Texas A&M University;Ciprian Foias, Indiana
University;David R. Larson, Texas A&M University;Victor
Wickerhauser, Washington University.
About 15-20 people will give 20 minutes talks.
This conference will provide an opportunity for researchers
to meet and to have discussions. We plan to emphasize the
CONNECTIONS of operator theory with wavelet theory and
Support. We have a modest amount of funds from AFOSR, NSA
and UNCC which we can use to cover part of the expenses of
graduate students and 20-minute speakers.
A small registration fee will be collected so we can run the
Questions: Further questions can be directed to Xingde Dai
(phone (704) 547-2858).e-mail address
If you are interested in the conference please send us your
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