The One Day Function Theory Meeting is an annual gathering of complex analysts and function theorists.
The next meeting is to be held on Monday 12 September 2016 at De Morgan House, London. A provisional timetable for the meeting follows.
The organisers for the 2016 meeting are Tom Carroll (University College
Cork), Ian Short (The Open University) and Gwyneth Stallard (The Open
University). To contact the current organisers, please email .
We gratefully acknowledge the London Mathematical Society for supporting the 2016 meeting (and supporting many of the previous meetings).
The event is open to all. There is no need to register in advance, although there is a £10 registration fee, payable on the day, which is waived for the retired or unemployed. There is some support available for travel for UK students without other means of support – please contact the organisers for information. The LMS offers Caring Supplementary Grants to enable parents and carers to attend conferences and other research schools, meetings or visits by making a supplementary contribution towards caring cost.
The venue of the meeting is De Morgan House, 57-58 Russell Square, London, WC1B 4HS. See the map below. The nearest tube station is Russell Square, but De Morgan House is easily walkable from Euston or Kings Cross.
Programmes from previous meetings can be found using the links on the left. Announcements about future meetings are sent to the Mailing list.
For information on the history of the One Day Function Theory Meeting, including a recounting of the origins of the meeting by David Brannan, click on the Previous Meetings link to the left.