Midwest Partial Differential Equations Seminar
University of Chicago
November 4 and 5, 2000
The first talk starts at 9:45am on November
4. The conference ends at 1 pm on November 5.
There is no registration fee.
List of Speakers:
Gui-Qiang Chen (Northwestern University)
Alexander Kiselev (University of Chicago)
Sergiu Klainerman (Princeton University)
Mary Pugh (University of Pennsylvania)
Lenya Ryzhik (University of Chicago)
Israel Sigal (University of Toronto)
Peter Smereka (University of Michigan)
Vladimir Sverak (University of Minnesota)
Shankar Venkataramani (University of Chicago)
Midway Holiday Inn 7353 S Cicero Avenue, Chicago Il 60629, near the Midway Airport.
Reservations : The negotiated rate is $99 plus tax, single and double. Tax is 14.9%. Please make your own reservation, before
October 15, 2000, and mention "Midwest PDE Conference" in order to receive this
rate. Please call the sales office (not reservations), (773) 581-5300,
extension 558, Mo-Fri during office hrs. in order to receive the quoted
rate. Please be advised that it takes about 40 minutes by car to reach
U of C from this hotel.
Quality Inn 1 S. Halsted, Chicago, Ill 60661, at Madison,
near Univ. of Illinois at Chicago,
(not Univ. of Chicago).
Reservations: (312) 829-5000. .The negotiated rate
is $89 single and double, $99 triple and quadruple (14.9% tax applies to all). Please make your own reservation, before
October 13, 2000, and mention "Midwest PDE Conference" in order to receive
the rate quoted above.
The hotel can be reached from airports using the Airport Express service
(800-6547871). Please be advised that it takes about 20 minutes by car
to reach U of C from this hotel.
Address, Local Transportation, Parking and Maps
of Mathematics Eckhart Hall, The
University of Chicago , 5734 S. University Avenue, Chicago, Il 60637.
Public Transportation . Taxi (from Holiday Inn approx $25,
Inn approx $15, ask for "Hyde Park, 57th and University")
Maps of campus
Graduate Student Support and Speaker Reimbursement
Graduate students attending Midwest PDE may request financial support up
to $200. There is no
guarantee of availability of funds. Speakers and graduate students
may request reimbursement by filling out the
Request for Reimbursement .
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The Fall 2000 Midwest Partial Differential Equations Seminar is partially
supported by the National Science Foundation and the University of Chicago.