|Charles Chui, Texas A&M University.
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Subject: Meeting: Eighth International Conference On Approximation Theory
|Meeting: Eighth International Conference On Approximation Theory
Eighth International Conference
On Approximation Theory
College Station, Texas
January 8--12, 1995
This conference is dedicated to E. Ward Cheney
in honor of his 65th Birthday
Location: Hilton Conference Center, 801 University Dr., College Station, Texas
Duration: 9:00 a.m., Sunday (Jan. 8) through 4:00 p.m. Thursday (Jan. 12)
Pre-registration: Return the form by October 1, 1994
Registration: 7:00-10:00 p.m., Saturday (Jan. 7), Hilton Hotel Lobby
Plenary Speakers: One-hour invited lectures will be presented by
E. Ward Cheney, Austin, Texas
Charles A. Micchelli, IBM, Yorktown Heights, New York
Wolfgang Dahmen, Aachen, Germany
Gilles Pisier, College Station, Texas, and Paris, France
Ingrid Daubechies, AT&T Bell Laboratories & Princeton
Robert Schaback, Gottingen, Germany
Rong-Qing Jia, Edmonton, Canada
Grace Wahba, Madison, Wisconsin
Doron Lubinsky, Witwatersrand, S. Africa
Popov Prize Winner (to be announced)
The Vasil A. Popov Prize in Approximation Theory: This prize
has been established in memory of Vasil A. Popov and his contributions to
this field. Nominations should be made to Ronald A. DeVore
(email@example.com) before June 1, 1994. The winner of this prize
will be asked to deliver a plenary lecture.
Research Talks: All participants are invited to present a
20-minute research talk. These will be organized into parallel sessions.
This year there will be special sessions in several areas, including
splines, wavelets, CAGD, and orthogonal polynomials.
Abstracts: If you wish to present a research talk, please
submit a title and abstract by October 1, 1994. The abstract should be typed
in TeX if at all possible, and should not exceed one page. Please indicate on
your pre-registration form which area your talk fits into, and which days you
would not be able to speak. Electronic copies of the Pre-Registration Form and
the Abstract Form can be obtained via ftp to wavelet1.math.tamu.edu (USER:
texas8 and PASSWORD: texas8) under the file name: texas8.forms.
Proceedings: The proceedings (in two volumes) will
be published by World Scientific Publishing Co. Volume 1 emphasizes
the theoretical aspects and Volume 2, the applied and computational
aspects, of Approximation Theory. Contributed papers are limited to 8 pages.
All papers should be prepared in camera-ready form (using TeX and the
Typing instructions and the macro file will be sent upon receipt of your
abstract. The publisher will provide 25 copies of reprints to be shared by the
coauthors (if any) of each paper. Proceeding volumes will be provided by
paying a slightly higher registration fee (see registration fees information
on next page).
Further Communications: There will be no further
communications until we receive your pre-registration form. If you need a
personalized invitation, please let us know. We suggest that you make
travel and hotel reservations as soon as possible. Please remember the
October 1, 1994 deadline for pre-registration, and for the title and abstract
of your talk.
Information: If you need further information, please write
or call Jan Want or one of the organizers. We are looking forward to seeing you
Jan Want (409) 845-1269 firstname.lastname@example.org
Center for Approximation Theory
Department of Mathematics
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843-3368
Electronic copies of this conference information, pre-registration form,
and abstract form can be obtained via ftp to wavelet1.math.tamu.edu (USER:
texas8; PASSWORD: texas8), under the file names: texas8.info and texas8.