Peter A.
Clarkson
University of Kent,
United Kingdom
Andrei
MartínezFinkelshtein
University of Almería, Spain
Kerstin
Jordaan
University of Pretoria, South Africa
The
workshop is part of the triennial FoCM conference series,
organized by the Society
for Foundations of Computational Mathematics
hosted by the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, July
414, 2011.
This workshop focuses both on basic research and computational aspects
of orthogonal polynomials and special functions, as well as on the
application of this subject in other parts of mathematics and general
science. A partial list of topics is: linear and nonlinear special
functions; algebraic and analytic theory of special functions and
orthogonal polynomials; connections with integrable systems; Painlevé
equations; asymptotic methods; computational and numerical methods;
approximation theory; random matrix theory; potential theory.
July 4  July 5  July 6  
Registration  
9:0010:00  Carlos Beltrán  Hans MuntheKaas  Dave Donoho 
Coffee break  
10:3011:30  László Lovász  Michael Overton  Alberto Grünbaum 
Lunch  
14:0014:45  Ana Matos  Vilmos Totik  Tamara Grava 
14:5015:10  Bernhard Beckermann  Luiz Velasquez  Folkmar Bornemann 
15:1515:35  Alfredo Deańo  
15:4016:25  Pavel M. Bleher  Walter Van Assche  Sarah Post 
Coffee break  
17:0017:45  Ioana Dumitriu  Rod Halburd  Jonathan Breuer 
17:5018:35  Francisco Marcellán  Sheehan Olver  Henrik Pedersen 
