If you are interested in organizing a minisymposium (consisting of six or twelve talks on a particular subject), please read the information at Talks to see how to submit a proposal (deadline March 15, 2020).
Current List of Minisymposia and their Organizers (as of 3/2/2020):
- Time Evolving Signals, Sampling, and Learning. Organizers: Akram Aldroubi (Vanderbilt University) and Ilya Krishtal (Northern Illinois University), 18 speakers
- Approximation Methods and Application in Data Science. Organizers: Don Hong and Lu Xiong, Middle Tennessee State University, 12 speakers
- Multivariate Splines: Theory and Applications. Organizers: Hendrik Speleers (University of Rome Tor Vergata), Deepesh Toshniwal (Delft University of Technology), Michael DiPasquale (Colorado State University), 12 or 18 speakers
- Approximation Theoretic Flavors of Machine Learning. Organizers: Keaton Hamm (University of Arizona) and Steve Damelin (University of Michigan), 6 or 12 speakers
- Nonlinear Approximation. Organizer: Peter Binev (University of South Carolina), 6 speakers
- Data Reduction, Approximation, and Computation. Organizer: Simon Foucart (Texas A&M) and Bernhard Bodmann (University of Houston)