Ninth New Mexico Analysis Seminar (Sponsored by NSF)
April 6-8, 2006
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

Keynote Speaker:
        Tatiana Toro (University of Washington)
        Lectures on "Geometric measure theory as a tool in free boundary regularity problems"

The New Mexico Analysis Seminar is a yearly conference that runs between the University of New Mexico and New Mexico State University. The goal of the seminar is to provide an opportunity for scientific exchange and cooperation among broadly defined analysts. The centerpiece of the seminar is a series of one-hour lectures given by a keynote speaker. There is time allocated for shorter contributed talks.

Contact information:

If you would like to attend and give a talk, please contact one of the organizers by February 28, 2006. Doctoral students and recent Ph.D.s are specially encouraged to apply.

Please register before February 28, 2006.
The registration form can be found at:

9th New Mexico Analysis Seminar Web Site

Financial Support:

We will provide travel stipends for qualified graduate students. We intend to pay, at least partially, shared accommodations for all participants, and if there are funds left, we will reimburse some travel expenses to those participants who have no other sources of funding (priority given to speakers and junior participants).


Cristina Pereyra:
Joseph Lakey:
Tiziana Giorgi:
Adam Sikora:
Robert Smits: