East Coast Operator Algebra Symposium
October 12-13, 2019
The seventeenth East Coast Operator Algebra Symposium (ECOAS) will be held at
The Ohio State University October 12-13, 2019.
The ECOAS focuses on operator algebras (C* and von Neumann algebras) and non-commuative geometry, with applications to a wide array of disciplines, including ergodic theory, representation theory, and mathematical physics.
José Carrión, TCU
Jorge Castillejos, KU Leuven
Ian Charlesworth, UC Berkeley
Cain Edie-Michell, Vanderbilt
Carla Farsi, Colorado
Mahya Ghandehari, Delaware
Sherry Gong, UCLA
Alexander Gorokhovsky, Colorado
Brent Nelson, MSU
Pieter Spaas, UCLA
Zhizhang Xie, TAMU
All participants, including invited speakers, are asked to register online.
Registration will be open through September 15, 2019.
Please fill out the following
There are many hotels near campus at which you can make a reservation, including:
When making a hotel reservation, say it is for the ECOAS conference at OSU to get a special rate.
If you are unable to get the special rate, let one of the organizers know.
There are also many more hotel options near by if one of these does not work.
Because there is no OSU football game the weekend of October 12-13, it seems there are many events planned in the area.
It is probably a good idea to book your hotel earlier rather than later.
For more information, please contact:
David Penneys [penneys (dot) 2 (at) osu (dot) edu]
There is some funding available for travel reimbursement.
Please contact David Penneys about such funding.
If arriving by car, you can park in either:
Take a ticket when you enter the garage.
If you are a speaker or have contacted David Penneys about travel funding, he will have a parking pass for you, which is a sticker you can place on the ticket which will pay for your parking.
- Tuttle Garage: 2000 Tuttle Park Pl, Columbus, OH 43210.
It is one block from Cockins Hall, where the conference will take place.
- Lane Garage: 2100 Neil Ave, Columbus, OH 43210.
It is a bit further; use if Tuttle is closed for some reason.
The organizers gratefully acknowledge support from:
The National Science Foundation
The Mathematics Research Institute at OSU
last modified: 2018/6/1