SEAM 2015 - The 31st Southeastern Analysis Meeting

University of Georgia

March 8-10, 2015 (Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday Morning)

The Southeastern Analysis Meeting (SEAM) is one of the leading annual conferences on analysis, has a rich history and has had a sustained run of 30 meetings held every year since 1985 at various universities in the Southeast. The research areas of the conference have focused on complex analysis, harmonic analysis, and operator theory.


All conference activities will take place on the third floor of the Department of Mathematics, which is located in the Boyd Graduate Studies Research Center (map).

* Please note that the only enterence to the building that will be open on Sunday in the enterence on D. W. Brooks Drive (the east side of the building).

Conference Parking

If you are driving please note that while parking anywhere on campus is free on Sunday, on Monday and Tuesday you will have to make use of the parking decks.
The parking deck closest to the Department of Mathematics is the South Deck (next to the Georgia Center for Continuing Education).
We will be distributing parking passes for this deck at the end of the morning and afternoon sessions on Monday and Tuesday.

Conference Schedule

Sunday        Monday        Tuesday


Plenary Talks    Contributed Talks


There will be an opportunity on Monday between 1:30-2:30 (in Room 308) for participants that have been offered full or partial funding to submit necessary paperwork.
* Please note that in order to guarantee your reimbursement, we must receive all paperwork by April 10, 2015.

Plenary Speakers

A series of two talks will be given by each of the following invited speakers:
  1. Marianna Csörnyei, University of Chicago
  2. Ciprian Demeter, Indiana University
  3. Brett Wick, Georgia Institute of Technology
Additional talks will be given by the following invited speakers:
  1. Lillian Pierce, Duke University
  2. Joshua Zahl, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Contributed talks

We welcomed requests from participants, and the following participants will be giving contributed 20 minute talks:
Scott Atkinson, University of Virginia
Angshuman Bhattacharya, University of Georgia
Job Bonyo, Mississippi State University
Cheng Chu, Washington University in St. Louis
Joseph Cima, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Amalia Culiuc, Brown University
Arthur Danielyan, University of South Florida
Nathan Feldman, Washington and Lee University
Tim Ferguson, University of Alabama
Jordan Greenblatt, University of California, Los Angeles
Lauren Huckaba, University of Georgia
Joshua Isralowitz, University at Albany
Ishwari Kunwar, Georgia Institute of Technology
Vasile Lauric, Florida A&M University
Phi Le, University of Missouri-Columbia
Peter Luthy, Washington University in St. Louis
Kabe Moen, University of Alabama
Yumeng Ou, Brown University
Alex Rice, University of Rochester
Trevor Richards, Washington and Lee University
Joel Rosenfeld, University of Florida
Benjamin Russo, University of Florida
Livinus Uko, Georgia Gwinnett College
Kazuo Yamazaki, Washington State University

List Registered Participants (Click here)


To get to Athens, fly to the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). From there, you can catch a shuttle from Groome Transportation, which will pick you up outside of the Domestic Baggage Claim and drop you off at your hotel in Athens. Roundtrip shuttle rides cost $72. It is strongly recommended that you book your shuttle at least 24 hours in advance.


We had blocked rooms for the nights of March 7-9 (three nights) at the Holiday Inn Express and Hotel Indigo, the deadlines for these have now passed.

Local Organizers: Neil Lyall and Akos Magyar
Please address any question by email to