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Conference on Complex Analysis

May 21-23, 2010
Department of Mathematics
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

We are pleased to announce the Conference on Complex Analysis honoring the contributions of David Drasin and Linda Sons will be held at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, May 21-23, 2010 (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday morning).

We encourage participants to seek support for conference expenses. Some financial support has been secured from the NSF and will be available to a number of speakers in the parallel sessions. We encourage graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, women, and minorities to attend the conference and to speak in the parallel sessions. We have set aside a limited amount of the funds supporting the conference specifically for members of these groups.

Registration Form


A conference banquet will be held Saturday evening, May 22, at the Urbana Country Club. There will be a social hour from 6:30 to 7:15 p.m., followed by a buffet dinner and a brief program. Please complete the banquet registration form. Deadline to RSVP April 20.

Program and Abstracts

Program at a glance
Full program
Abstracts of talks

Confirmed Speakers

Conference poster (pdf)


Blocks of rooms have been reserved at

If you are speaking at the conference, please email to the dates you will need a hotel room. The organizers will reserve your room at the reduced university rate.

If you are attending the conference but not giving a lecture, when contacting one of the above hotels be sure to indicate that you are attending the Conference on Complex Analysis in order to get the reduced rate. The reduced rate will not be available after April 19, 2010.

Local Transportation

Driving Directions

Venue (campus maps)

Conference Organizers:

Alex Eremenko, Purdue University
Aimo Hinkkanen, University of Illinois
Joe Miles, University of Illinois
Allen Weitsman, Purdue University
Zhuan Ye, Northern Illinois University

Questions can be sent to the conference organizers at

The conference is supported by the National Science Foundation, the Institute for Mathematics and Its Applications, and the University of Illinois.