Summer Symposium in Real Analysis XXXIII
"Tall Grass Prairie Symposium"
The Thirty-Third Summer Symposium in Real Analysis (The Tall Grass Prairie Symposium) was hosted by Southeastern Oklahoma State University, June 23--27, 2009. The Editorial Board of the EXCHANGE wishes to express its gratitude to Southeastern for its gracious hospitality and to the conference director, Patrick Reardon, for his outstanding leadership in organizing and conducting this symposium. We'd also like to give a special thank you to the students who did so much to make our stay enjoyable, Sarah Sprague (St. Olaf College) and Julie Aultman, Ryan Favors, Kevin Faulk and Cayce Roark (Southeastern). Furthermore, both Patrick and the Editorial Board sincerely thank The National Science Foundation which supported this conference under Grant No. 0909998. We also are warmly appreciative of the Gibson Fund and Southeastern for their financial and administrative support of Summer Symposium in Real Analysis XXXIII.
In addition to the formal mathematical program, time was set aside for research collaboration and a problem session. On Thursday afternoon, the symposium participants were treated to an informative and entertaining excursion to the nearby Headquarters and Museum of the Chickasaw Nation.
On Friday afternoon, the participants honored Jack Brown of Auburn University for his many contributions to the real analysis community. "Testimonials" were given by Udayan Darji and Patrick Reardon, two of Jack's Ph.D. students at Auburn University. A slideshow of action pictures of Jack and Jane at previous symposia and mini-conferences was shown and presented to Jack who was (reluctantly) in attendance.
At the traditional Friday evening banquet, Conference Director Reardon awarded the ``ANDY'' to Ondřej Zindulka who was overcome with irrational exuberance at the announcement. Congratulations, Ondřej!
The conference featured invited one-hour addresses by:
as well as fifteen contributed talks. Following the participant list is the program of the Symposium, and then the summaries of the talks. The editorial board of the EXCHANGE wishes to thank the speakers for preparing these summaries.
Additional pictures of the SUMMER SYMPOSIUM XXXIII can be found at http://mat.fsv.cvut.cz/Zindulka/galleries/durant/
9:00 U. Darji
Applications of the Baire Category Theorem to three topics
10:10 L. Moonens
Mean Value Theorems for tangential derivatives
10:35 K. Kellum
Functions that separate XxR
11:10 M. Evans
Analogs of Young's characterization of Baire one, Darboux functions
11:35 Y. Andreev
Note about nondifferentiable extensions of real functions
13:10 T.H. Steele
Adding machines and typical behavior of continuous self-maps of manifolds, Part I
13:35 E. D'Aniello
Adding machines and typical behavior of continuous self-maps of manifolds, Part II
14:10 O. Zindulka
Monotone spaces and nearly Lipschitz maps
14:35 W. Zachary
Lebesgue measure on a version of R∞
09:00 M. Elekes, The 2009 GIBSON Lecturer
Hausdorff measures, Cantor sets, typical continuous functions and set theory
10:10 S. Butler
Large deviations for martingales and derivatives
10:35 J. Grahl
Convergence for the random Riemann integral
11:10 P. Musial
New results for the Lr Henstock-Kurzweil integral
11:35 B. Choudhary
Lacunary l-convergent sequences
09:00 S. Jackson
Countable Borel equivalence relations, markers and group colorings
10:10 V. Vlasak
Classes of H1 and H2 sets have different polars
10:35 L. Obadalová
Distributional chaos and irregular recurrence
11:10 J. Smítal
Distributional chaos and topological entropy