Registration   Hotel and Travel Information   Participant List   Abstracts      Schedule(Updated March16)

SEAM 35 is now over!  See Stefan Richter’s SEAM Page for a list of past and future SEAMs.  In particular, SEAM 36 will be hosted by Ray Cheng at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia.

Talks from SEAM that were submitted to go on the website.

The 35th annual Southeastern Analysis Meeting will take place on the campus of the University of Alabama, Friday – Sunday, March 15-17, 2019.  Sunday will be a half day.

The registration deadline is February 12.  This is the same day as the deadline to book a hotel room, and the deadline if you wish to request support (which you do by indicating you wish to request support on the registration form).  If you register after this day, we will try to give you support and consider your contributed talk, but we may not be able to.

SEAM especially focuses on operator theory, complex analysis, harmonic analysis and related topics.

A link for registration is now active.  We have a conference hotel – see the link above.

The National Science Foundation has agreed to provide support for our conference!  We will be able to offer some participants partial travel reimbursement.

The conference will be held in Gordon Palmer Hall, which is the home of the math department at UA. Link to Campus Map. You can use the “Wayfinding”feature on the map to look up a path between Hotel Capstone and Gordon Palmer.  Please enter using the doors in the back of the building (on the East Side).  There are several doors – don’t go in the doors for Information Technology.  Also, the front doors will be locked.

Refreshments and registration will be in Room 205 (down the hall that is on the left side of the Auditorium where the plenary talks are). 

Plenary Speakers:

  • Kelly Bickel
  • Dmitry Khavinson
  • Virginia Naibo
  • William Ross
  • Svetlana Roudenko
  • Brian Simanek

Support From

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National Science Foundation


University of Alabama College of Arts and Sciences

University of Alabama Department of Mathematics