Great Plains Operator Theory Symposium May 15-19, 2023

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Program Description
The 2023 Great Plains Operator Theory Symposium (GPOTS) will be held at The Ohio State University May 15-19, 2023. GPOTS focuses on recent advances in operator algebras (C* algebras, von Neumann algebras, and non-commutative geometry) and operator theory, with applications to a wide array of disciplines, including ergodic theory, representation theory, logic, and mathematical physics.
Conference poster (coming soon!)
Talk abstracts (coming less soon!)



Plenary speakers (confirmed*)
Estelle Basor
Caterina (Katia) Consani
Fritz Gesztesy
Isaac Goldbring
Ben Hayes
Corey Jones
Srivatsav Kunnawalkam Elayavalli
Marcelo Laca
Emily Peters
Doron Lubinsky
Aaron Tikuisis
Brett Wick
Guoliang Yu

*Non-confirmed plenary speakers not yet listed.



Registration
All participants, including invited speakers, are asked to register online. Registration will be open through March 1, 2023. Please fill out the following registration form.



Accommodation
Participants have many options for accommodation for the program. The most affordable option is in a single or shared dorm room. If you would like to be considered for this option, please fill out the following accommodation request form. Otherwise, there are many hotels near campus at which you can make a reservation, including: When making a hotel reservation, say it is for a 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 more hotel options near by if one of these does not work.



Organization
For more information, please contact:
Ovidiu Costin, Rodica Costin, Jan Lang, or David Penneys [penneys (dot) 2 (at) osu (dot) edu]



Travel information
There is some funding available for travel reimbursement. Please contact David Penneys about such funding.

If arriving by car, you can park in either:
  • 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.
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.



Acknowledgements
The organizers gratefully acknowledge support from:
The Mathematics Research Institute at OSU





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