DRWA14 is organized by the Department of Mathematics of the University of Padua and the Department of Computer Science of the University of Verona. It aims to provide a meeting point and a forum for researchers in approximation theory and its applications, with the formula of open tutorials + invited working groups and a poster session. The site, which has several rooms with white-board and PC projector and a computing laboratory with 27 PCs connected to the web, can host up to 5-6 working groups. There will be at disposal also a common room for scientific discussions among the participants to the tutorial who are not in a specific working group (see also the previous editions DRWA07, DRWA08, DRWA10, DRWA11, DRWA13). Please contact soon the organizers if you wish to arrange a working group.
Venue: University of Verona, via de Sorapera, 25-27, 38030 Alba di Canazei (TN).
Annie Cuyt (Antwerp, Belgium).
Sparse wavelet approximation of signals and images
Gerlind Plonka (Goettingen, Germany), [PDF].
The poster session will take place on Thursday Sept. 11, afternoon.
If You are interested, please send title and abstract to Marco Vianello using the email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Working groups scheduled at present (invited participation)
Multivariate Polynomial Approximation
L. Bos (Verona, Italy), U. v. d. Ohe (Osnabrueck, Germany), F. Piazzon (Padua, Italy), A. Sommariva (Padua, Italy), M. Vianello (Padua, Italy).
Approximations in Geophysics
M. Slawinski (Newfoundland; Canada), possible participants: E. Bozdag (Nice, France), T. Danek (Cracow, Poland), K. Helbig (Hannover, Germany), S. Hicks (Newfoundland, Canada), L. Mifflen-Mitchell (Newfoundland, Canada), A. Noseworthy (Newfoundland, Canada), F. Simons (Princeton, USA).
Radial Basis Functions
S. De Marchi (Padua; Italy), possible participants: G. Santin (Padua; Italy).
The registrations are open.
Those people interested to attend to the meeting, to organize a working group or/and present a poster, are kindly invited to send an email to Marco Vianello using the address email@example.com.
Notice that the number of participants is limited to 50.
Fees (pay on site): general registrations 150 euros, students 100 euros.
Participants can submit a full length paper for publication on Dolomites Research Notes on Approximation (DRNA).
The deadline for papers submission is November 30, 2014.
L. Bos (Verona), M. Caliari (Verona), S. De Marchi (Padua), A. Sommariva (Padua), M. Vianello (Padua).
Co-organized by the Padova-Verona CAA research group.