Alba di Canazei, Trento (Italy), September 3-7, 2007

University of Verona, at Alba di Canazei

Alba di Canazei, Val di Fassa (Trento), Italy.
University of Verona, via de Sorapera, 25-27, 38030 Alba di Canazei (TN).

General info
DRWA07 aims to provide a meeting point and a forum for researchers in approximation theory and its applications, with the formula of open tutorials + invited working groups. The site, which has several rooms with white-board and PC projector and a computing laboratory with 27 PCs connected to the web, can host up to 4-5 working groups. There will be at disposal also a common room for scientific discussions among the participants to the tutorials who are not in a specific working group. Please contact soon the organizers if you wish to arrange a working group.

Tutorials (open participation)
Timetable: September 4-5-6, 9:00-12:30.

- Nonequispaced Fast Fourier Transform (NFFT) and applications.
Speaker: Stefan Kunis (Chemnitz)
- Sparse recovery algorithms from exact and incomplete data.
Speaker: Massimo Fornasier (RICAM Linz and Princeton)

Participation to the tutorials is free for the members of the invited working groups.
For the other participants the fees are as follows:
students, Ph.D. students, post-docs, research fellowships: 50 euros;
academics and public research institutions: 100 euros;
others: 200 euros.
Info on how to pay the registration fee are here.
The preregistration to the tutorials is now closed.
Those people interested to attend to the tutorial, are kindly invited to send an email to Marco Vianello .

Scheduled working groups (at present)
- Approximation by Multivariate Polynomials
L. Bos (Calgary), M. Caliari (Padua-Innsbruck), M. Vianello (Padua), S. Waldron (Auckland).

- Approximation by Radial Basis Functions
M. Bozzini (Milan-Bicocca), S. De Marchi (Verona), R. Schaback (Goettingen), A. Sommariva (Padua), H. Wendland (Sussex).

List of Participants



How to reach Alba di Canazei

Organizing Committee
M. Bozzini (Milan-Bicocca), M. Caliari (Padua-Innsbruck), S. De Marchi (Verona), A. Sommariva (Padua), M. Vianello (Padua).
Co-organized by the Padova-Verona CAA research group

For any further information, email to: S. De Marchi or M. Vianello.

Supporting institutions