The conference will provide a forum for the exchange of expertise, experience and insights among world leaders in the subject of special functions. Participants will include expert authors, editors and validators of the recently published NIST Handbook of Mathematical Functions and Digital Library of Mathematical Functions (DLMF). It will also provide an opportunity for DLMF users to interact with its creators and to explore potential areas of fruitful future developments.
Special Recognition of Professor Frank W. J. Olver. This conference is dedicated to Professor Olver in light of his seminal contributions to the advancement of special functions, especially in the area of asymptotic analysis and as Mathematics Editor of the DLMF.
Richard Askey, University of Wisconsin Michael Berry, University of Bristol Nalini Joshi, University of Sydney, Australia Leonard Maximon, George Washington University William Reinhardt, University of Washington
Roderick Wong, City University of Hong Kong
Call for Contributed Talks (25 Minutes)
Abstracts may be submitted to Daniel.Lozier [at] nist.gov (Daniel[dot]Lozier[at]nist[dot]gov) until March 15, 2011.
Financial Assistance. Courtesy of SIAM, limited travel support is available for US-based postdoc and early career researchers. Courtesy of City University of Hong Kong and NIST, partial support for others is available in cases of need. Submit all requests for financial assistance to Daniel.Lozier [at] nist.gov (Daniel[dot]Lozier[at]nist[dot]gov).
Organizing Committee. Daniel Lozier, NIST Gaithersburg, Maryland; Adri Olde Daalhuis, University of Edinburgh; Nico Temme, CWI, Amsterdam; Roderick Wong, City University of Hong Kong.