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The 45th Summer Symposium in Real Analysis will be the Vanvitelli Symposium. It will be held just north of the Bay of Naples in historic, royal Caserta, Italy, June 19-23, 2023. Talks will be scheduled beginning Monday morning, June 19 and conclude Friday afternoon, June 23. Therefore, in order to fully attend the Symposium, plan your arrival day as Sunday, June 18 and your departure day as Saturday June 24.
The 2023 already confirmed plenary speakers will be Frédéric Bayart (Université Clermont Auvergne, France), Piermarco Cannarsa (President of the Italian Mathematical Union, Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata), Udayan B. Darji (University of Louisville, Kentucky, USA), Stanislav Hencl (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic), and Olga Maleva (University of Birmingham, UK).
As usual, we expect to organize many 25-minutes talks by junior and senior researchers, and to provide a friendly and scientifically productive atmosphere.
For this 45th edition, the Summer Symposium in Real Analysis has partnered with Air-France-KLM in order to offer participants discounted airfares when booking their trip to Naples around the Symposium's dates (more details, with the instructions to obtain the discount, will be available soon).
Here is a link to the Symposium's website which contains all the necessary information for preparing the venue of participants and for registering for the symposium. Although registration is not yet open, you may preregister by sending an email to
ACCOMPANYING PERSONS (if any)
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL DATE AND DEPARTURE DATE
We look forward to seeing you in person in Caserta in June!
Revisit Summer Symposium 44
Summer Symposium 44 ( The Paris symposium) was held June 19 to 25 and included an inaugural conference lecture by J. Mawhin (Louvain-la-Neuve) and plenary talks by Z. Buczolich (Budapest), G. David (Orsay), A. Olevskii (Tel Aviv) and M. Pramanik (Vancouver). Talks were hosted by the Université Paris-Saclay (Orsay) and the École Normale Supérieure (Paris). We owe a great debt to Laurent Moonens and his organizing committees for arranging such a wonderful conference after waiting two years due to the covid pandemic. In essence they organized two conferences!
The Homepage of Summer Symposium 44 contains the program and lists of activities and participants as well as the original travel and registration information.