Special Session on "Time, Scale and Frequency Methods in Harmonic Analysis"
University of Illinois
Friday 27 March - Sunday 29 March, 2009
Thank you for making the meeting a success! See below for slides from most
talks. Best wishes, - Richard Laugesen and Darrin Speegle.
This webpage presents some basic travel and schedule information,
to supplement the official
for the meeting.
Contact us if you have questions.
The organizers for the special session are:
Schedule information and slides of the talks (when available)
Talks are on the Friday afternoon and Saturday
morning and afternoon, with no talks (in our session) on the Sunday morning.
Here is the
Schedule changes: Demetrio Labate speaks Friday 5:00pm (Kutyniok had to
cancel); Maarten de Hoop speaks Saturday 3:30pm.
Please book early (perhaps today) if you want a hotel close to campus.
Some hotel information is
The AMS gives rate
information for some hotels.
The airport code for Champaign-Urbana is CMI. Your best bet is to use
American Airlines, via Chicago. Otherwise try Northwest, via Detroit.
Or, you could fly to
Indianapolis and rent a car (easy 2 hour drive), or fly to Chicago Midway and
rent a car (2.5 hours drive) or fly to Chicago O'Hare or St. Louis
and rent a car (3 hours drive).
Flights to Champaign can be expensive,
and so you might consider flying to
Chicago and catching the shuttle
service from O'Hare or Midway (reservations required).
General transport and visitor information is available
The campus map is
Parking information is
Applied Harmonic Analysis Seminar
will take place on the morning of Friday 27 March, 2009,
at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Speakers in the AMS special session are invited to come early and attend the
IMAHA meeting. Funding is available to assist with
travel expenses, for participants based in the U.S.
Confirmed speakers for the
Illinois/Missouri Applied Harmonic Analysis Seminar are:
John J. Benedetto
- Director, Norbert Wiener Center, University of Maryland
- University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
- Ronald and Maxine Linde Professor, California Institute of Technology