RU-CUNY Symposium on Geometric Analysis
Graduate Center, CUNY
March 27, 2015
March 28-29, 2015
This symposium is the second in a series of the Rutgers-CUNY symposia on
Geometric Analysis, and we intend to bring together young researchers to
present recent advances in the studies of many interlinked mathematical
fields in geometric analysis.
Date, Time and Location
The second symposium will be held at two locations.
Breakfast and coffee start at 09:00am Friday morning on March 27 at
the Science Center of the
Graduate Center of CUNY.
The Science Center is located on the 4th floor of the Graduate Center building.
The street address is 365 Fifth Ave., Manhattan, New York City.
Saturday and Sunday (March 28-29) talks will be held at
of Rutgers University, which is located on the 7th floor of Hill
Center on Busch Campus of Rutgers. We will arrange ride from/to the conference
Graduate students, fresh Ph.D.s and under-represented minorities are
especially encouraged to participate. Partial financial support is available
- Xinliang An  (Rutgers)
- Christine Breiner   (Fordham)
- Fredrick Fong   (Brown)
- Robert Haslhofer   (NYU)
- Tianling Jin   (Chicago)
- Stephen Kleene   (Brown)
- Nan Li   (CUNY)
- Gang Liu   (Berkeley)
- Heather Macbeth   (Princeton)
- Ana Menezes   (Princeton)
- Xiangwen Zhang   (Columbia)
Participants will be asked to register online.
The Symposium is supported by a Career award (Song) from the NSF, Rutgers
University and the ITS (Initiatives for Theoretical Sciences) at the Graduate
Center of CUNY.
Priority for support will be given to graduate students and recent PhD's.
Women mathematicians and members of other under-represented groups are especially
encouraged to apply for support. People interested in applying for travel/lodging
funds should indicate so in the electronic registration form. Priority will be
given to those who send their request for support before February 15, 2015.
Questions? e-mail to: here