Wavelets, Frames, and Operator Theory
From: John J. Benedetto firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to the NSF-FRG Workshop on Wavelets, Frames, and Operator Theory. It will be held at the University of Maryland in College Park during the period January 19 - 21, 2003. Please let me know if you will attend, and, if so, on which days.
Our first session will be Sunday afternoon January 19. There will be morning and afternoon sessions on Monday January 20; and there will be a morning session on Tuesday January 21.
Our three main speakers are Professors Karlheinz Grochenig, Hans Feichtinger, and Guido Weiss. There will be a main speaker in each of the first three sessions. There will be other talks at all four sessions, but a goal is to have a workshop atmosphere allowing time for small working groups.
Housing will be at the Quality Inn motel, a comfortable walking distance (in October) from the university. We have blocked off a set of rooms; and each participant is expected to make his/her own reservation. When you contact the Quality Inn tell them you are with the
This letter is being sent to all those from the AMS Special Session (organized by Professors Heil, Jorgensen, and Larson) who have shown an interest in our workshop, as well as to research associates of my fellow PIs and myself.
There is a modest amount of support from the NSF which we shall share with the participants. Realistically, I suspect at this point that it will be impossible to provide complete support for any individual, but we shall do our best.
Work displayed on this page was supported in part by the U.S. National Science Foundation under grants DMS-9987777 and DMS-0139473(FRG).
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