AMSI/AustMS 2017 Workshop in Harmonic Analysis & PDE

AMSI/AustMS 2017 Workshop in Harmonic Analysis & PDE

The AMSI/AustMS 2017 Workshop in Harmonic Analysis and PDE
17-21 July 2017 at Macquarie University

 Sponsored by


the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute, and the Australian Mathematical Society,
Macquarie University 

the Department of Mathematics
Monash University

the School of Mathematical Sciences
University of South Australia 

the School of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences
Local Organiser:

Ji Li (Macquarie University)


Zihua Guo (Monash)
Lesley Ward (University of South Australia)

Harmonic Analysis and Partial Differential Equations (PDEs) have important roles in fundamental and applied mathematical research with extensive applications to other research fields such as complex analysis, mathematical modelling, signal processing, medical imaging.

This workshop, organised on the occasion of Professor Xuan Duong turning 60 in 2017, will bring the leading experts from all over the world including USA, Europe and Asia to Australia to be together with Australian experts as well as early career researchers and PhD. students. The reports to be presented will be the most recent significant developments and future directions of Harmonic Analysis and PDEs. The workshop will also provide time and ample opportunities for discussions, research collaborations for the participants, and foster potential collaborations in the future.

This event is sponsored by the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI). AMSI allocates a travel allowance annually to each of its member universities (for list of members,

Students or early career researchers from AMSI member universities without access to a suitable research grant or other source of funding may apply to the Head of Mathematical Sciences for subsidy of travel and accommodation out of the departmental travel allowance.

List of Speakers (Alphabetical)

The Anh Bui (Macquarie University, Australia)
Qui Bui (University of Canterbury, New Zealand)
Daniel Daners (University of Sydney, Australia)
Yihong Du (University of New England, Australia)
Tom ter Elst (University of Auckland, New Zealand)
Andrew Hassell (Australian National University, Australia)
Daniel Hauer (University of Sydney, Australia)
Soonsik Kwon (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
Michael Lacey (Georgia Tech, USA)
Songying Li (University of California * Irvine, USA)
Hongquan Li (Fudan University, China)
Chin-Cheng Lin (NCU, Taiwan)
Zhengjian Lou (Shantou University, China)
El Maati Ouhabaz (University of Bordeaux, France)
Virginia Naibo (Kansas State University, USA)
Carlos Perez (Basque Center for Applied Mathematics, Spain)
Jill Pipher (Brown University, USA)
Pierre Portal (Australian National University, Australia)
Tao Qian (Macau University, Macau)
Zhongwei Shen (University of Kentucky, USA)
Neil Trudinger (Australian National University, Australia)
Adam Sikora (Macquarie University, Australia)
Brett D. Wick (Washington University in St Louis, USA)
Xiaohua Yao (Central China Normal University, China)

List of Participants (Alphabetical)

Julian Bailey (ANU)
Peng Chen (Sun Yat-sen University, China)
Joshua Ching (University of Sydney)
Tingying Chang (University of Sydney)
Qingquan Deng (Central China Normal University)
Hong Chuong Doan (Macquarie University)
Jesse Gell-Redman (University of Melbourne)
Ruming Gong(Guangzhou University)
Mingyi Lee (NCU, Taiwan)
Jiakun Liu (University of Wollongong)
Teresa Luque (University of Nantes, France) 
Fu Ken Ly (University of Sydney)
Stephanie Mills (University of South Australia)
Daniel Nix (ANU)
Trang Thi Thien Nguyen (University of South Australia)
Ioannis Parissis (University of the Basque Country, Spain)
Joshua Peate (Macquarie University)
Israel Rivera (Basque Center for Applied Mathematics, Spain)
Luz Roncal (Basque Center for Applied Mathematics, Spain)
Liang Song (Sun Yat-sen University, China)
Melissa Tacy (ANU)
Tran Vu Khanh (University of Wollongong)
Geetika Verma (University of South Australia)
Anthony Wong (Macquarie University)
Haotian Wu (University of Sydney)
Maolin Zhou (University of New England)


Registration opens 15 March and closes 15 July 2017.

Please download the registration form and send completed forms to

Transport Information

For information on getting to Macquarie University click here

Trains - See here for City Rail Map

Accommodation Information

Accommodation options within walking distance of Macquarie University may quickly become rather limited or even unavailable, in view of conference block bookings and particularly closer to the time of the meeting. 

To secure your choice of accommodation, you are strongly advised to plan your trip and make your bookings as early as possible. The following accommodation is within comfortable walking distance of the Mathematics Department:

1. University accommodation at Dunmore Lang College - Prices start at $130 per night (bed and breakfast) inclusive of GST.

2. Robert Menzies College (RMC) - email for more booking information and rates

3. Hotel accommodation at the Travelodge Macquarie North Ryde

4. Apartment accommodation at the Medina Executive North Ryde

5. Motel accommodation at The Ranch - 16 rooms available from $159 - $200 per night.
    Bookings made online or by phone 61 2 9887 2411

6. Meriton Serviced Apartments North Ryde - Prices av $254/night. 
    Chatswood location is close to train station and a short train ride to Macquarie University.

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