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Meeting: Multiwavelets conference
 
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 27, 1996 11:21 pm    
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#12 Meeting: Multiwavelets conference

First Announcement

Conference on Theory and Applications of Multiwavelets

March 20-22, 1997

We are happy to announce that there will be a wavelet conference
to be held on the campus of Sam Houston State University (SHSU),
Huntsville, Texas. Huntsville is located along I-45 and is 70
miles north of Houston.

The organizing committee consists of Peter Massopust, David Ruch,
Wasin So, Patrick VanFleet and Jianzhong Wang. All are faculty
from SHSU.

The conference themes include all aspects of multiwavelets,
from theory to applications and from principles to practices.

The conference will include both contributed and invited talks.
Confirmed speakers include:

Gilbert Strang (MIT, Boston)
Victor Wickerhauser (Washington University, St Louis)
Rong-Qing Jia (U. of Alberta, Edmonton)
Gilbert Walter (U. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)
Douglas Hardin (Vanderbilt U., Nashville)

There will be a US$60 registration fee per person. Further details
on program, registration and lodging will be provided in the next
announcement. More info can be obtained from our homepage:

http://www.galois.shsu.edu/~waveconf/

This conference is partially sponsored by National Science
Foundation (NSF), the Texas Regional Institution of Environmental
Studies (TRIES), and Sam Houston State University (SHSU).
All times are GMT + 1 Hour
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