April 11-12, 2014

- Matthew Badger, Stony Brook University, Introduction to the Geometry of Sets and Measures
- Gustavo Hoepfner, Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Hardy Spaces: Classical, Extensions and Applications

- Ryan Alvarado, University of Missouri, The Dirichlet Problem with Data in Hardy Spaces for Elliptic Systems in the Upper-Half Space
- Kevin Brewster, University of Missouri, Extension Operators for Weighted Sobolev Spaces in Lipschitz Domains
- Daniel Brigham, University of Missouri, Existence of Optimal Quasi-Metrics and Consequences for Hardy Spaces
- Paulo Liboni, Universidade Federal de São Carlos, A Mean Value Theorem for Metric Spaces
- Nsoki Mavinga, Swarthmore College, Bifurcation and Multiplicity for Elliptic Equations with Nonlinear Boundary Conditions
- Jessica Merhej, University of Washington, On the Regularity of Rectifiable n-Varifolds in the Critical Dimension n
- Camelia Pop, University of Pennsylvania, Smoothness of Solutions and Harnack Inequality for Kimura Diffusion Operators
- Ahmad Sabra, Temple University, The Reflector Problem and the Inverse-Square Law
- Brock Schmutzler, University of Missouri, Boundary Value Problems for the Stokes System on Rough Subdomains of Riemannian Manifolds

- Hussein Awala, Temple University, The Mixed Problem for the Laplacian in Polygonal Domains
- Isaac Harris, University of Delaware, Transmission Eigenvalues and Non-destructive Testing of Anisotropic Magnetic Materials with Voids
- Shixu Meng, University of Delaware, The Factorization Method for a Cavity in an Inhomogeneous Medium
- Luca Pallucchini, Temple University, On embedding in R^n of Analytic Riemannian Manifolds
- Scott Rome, Drexel University, Asymptotic Expansions for the Transmission Eigenvalues of a Scatterer with Small Inhomogeneities
- Eric Stachura, Temple University, The Near Field Refractor Problem with Loss of Energy

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