Workshop on Special Functions and their Applications

August 28-30 2013, Copenhagen, Denmark

Special functions have widespread applications in other areas of mathematics and often new perspectives in special functions are motivated by such connections.

The workshop will focus on theoretical and computational aspects of special functions and their applications and use in various areas in mathematics. The topics include classical special functions going back to Euler and their generalizations, inequalities, asymptotic analysis, the role of special functions in complex analysis and geometric function theory, differential equations, probability, approximation theory, and orthogonal polynomials.

Invited Speakers

The scientific program includes a number of invited speakers giving 50 minutes talks.

Nils Byrial Andersen, Denmark
Árpád Baricz, Romania
Ahmed Fitouhi, Tunisia
Stamatis Koumandos, Cyprus
José Luis López, Spain
Stephan Ruscheweyh, Germany
Gopala Krishna Srinivasan, India
Matti Vuorinen, Finland
Changgui Zhang, France

Organization and funding
The workshop is organized by Professor Christian Berg and Professor Henrik Laurberg Pedersen, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen.

For further information please contact the organizers:

The workshop is funded by the Danish Research Council.

( 2013-08-19