1) Dublin, Ireland (August 4--6, 2004): Recent Advances in Operator-Related Function Theory

Organizers: Alec Matheson, Michael Stessin, Richard Timoney (coordinator)

This meeting was held at Trinity College. It honored the mathematical work of Professor Joseph Cima on the occasion of his 70th birthday.

Main topics: Alexandrov-Clark measures, composition operators, function spaces, several complex variables. 23 invited talks were delivered.

Number of participants: 65.

Here is a picture taken just before the conference dinner. 

 

2) El Escorial, Madrid, Spain (October 6--9, 2005): Recent Advances in Operator-Related Function Theory, II  

Organizers: Brent Carswell, Daniel Girela, Dragan Vukotic (coordinator), Rachel Weir

The meeting was held at the residence "Casa E. San Josť" in El Escorial. It honored the mathematical work of Professor Peter L Duren on the occasion of his 70th birthday.

Main topics: geometric function theory (including Brennan's conjecture), shift-invariant subspaces in spaces of holomorphic functions, conformally invariant spaces, and composition operators. There were 27 plenary and 9 invited talks (in parallel sessions).   

Number of participants: 81.

Several pictures will be available soon. Here is one from the conference dinner. Here is another. And yet another. There are more. Here is one from lunch at "Casa E. San Josť".

 

3) Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA (September 7--9, 2007): 2007 Classical Analysis Conference

Organizer: Joseph Cima

The meeting was held at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Its main purpose was to review some recent developments in analysis based on Xavier Tolsa's solution to the Painleve problem. A series of lectures on this topic was delivered by Carl Sundberg. There were other individual talks and coffee discussions. 

Number of participants: 65.