This is the third meeting organised by the New Zealand Approximation Theory Group
(following those in
The topic Approximation and Harmonic Analysis
will be interpreted broadly.
We plan to allocate lots of time without lectures for informal interactions,
including a conference trip to a Gulf Island (probably Waiheke).
Currently confirmed speakers include:
Approximation and Harmonic Analysis
8-11 February 2005
Auckland, New Zealand
John Benedetto (Maryland),
Carl de Boor (Wisconsin),
Len Bos (Calgary),
Pete Casazza (Missouri),
Xuan Duong (Sydney),
Seng Luan Lee (Singapore),
David Levin (Tel Aviv),
Detlef Mache (Bochum),
Vilmos Totik (South Florida and Szeged)
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Participants and their talks
We expect most participants to stay at either
O'Rorke Hall ($NZ 59 night incl breakfast)
Quest on Mount apartments
($NZ 118 studio, $135 one room, $180 two rooms)
which are located by the University (in the downtown area).
About the location
Auckland, with roughly 1 million inhabitants,
is the largest city in New Zealand.
It is built on an isthmus of 48 volcanoes (none currently active) with a
warm coastal climate and great beaches.
Participants might also be interested in the meetings
(Napier, Jan 30 to Feb 3) and
Geometry: Interactions with Algebra and Analysis (Auckland, 14-18 Feb).
Here is the registration form for those who are
attending. The registration fee is $NZ 120 ($50 for students) if paid
before 30 December.
Any queries about the conference/registration
can be made by writing to
Check here for final details. A welcome function is planned for the Monday night
5-7 pm at Old Government House, and a trip to
Tiritiri Matangi Island
sanctuary on Wednesday (bring lunch and swimming gear).
Rangitoto a volcano in Auckland Harbour
Here is a conference poster.