The objective of the conference is to bring together international experts in modern hypercomplex analysis and its applications to mathematical physics. The conference will cover the following areas of hypercomplex analysis:
- Clifford analysis, quaternionic analysis, applications
analysis of partial differential equations by hypercomplex methods, study of Dirac and generalised Cauchy-Riemann operators, relations between hypercomplex analysis and harmonic analysis, functional analysis topics in hypercomplex setting, applications of hypercomplex methods to problems of mathematical physics.
- Operator theory in a hypercomplex setting
Clifford and quaternionic operator calculi, spectral theory of hypercomplex operators, theory and applications of singular integral operators, applications of hypercomplex operator-theoretic methods to problems of mathematical physics.
- Discrete hypercomplex structures and numerical methods
discrete Clifford analysis, discrete function theory, discrete potential theory, discrete operator calculus, construction of numerical methods based on the hypercomplex methods, numerical analysis of discrete hypercomplex methods, discrete boundary value problems.
- Geometric algebras and their applications
geometric analysis, projective geometry, use of quaternions in computer graphics, conformal and non-commutative geometry, geometric integral transforms, applications of geometric algebras in robotics, structural dynamics, optics, molecular systems and geographic information systems.
- Data and image processing by help of quaternionic and Clifford algorithms
signal analysis by quaternionic algorithms, quaternionic Fourier and wavelet transforms, applications of monogenic signals, colour image processing, frame analysis and sparse reconstruction in the hypercomplex setting.
|Prof. Dr. Swanhild Bernstein||Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg||Germany|
|Prof. Dr. Sören Kraußhar||Universität Erfurt||Germany|
|Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Sprößig||Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg||Germany|
Conference Fee & Cancellation Policies
The conference fee is 120 EUR and has to be payed via the Conference Management System after registration. The conference fee includes the coffee breaks, lunches, conference dinner and the electronic proceedings. Please note that cancellations are free of charge until 31st Dezember 2019. A cancellation fee (50% of the price) is charged from 1.-13. January 2020. After that no refund is possible.
Important Dates & Deadlines
|Submission of extended abstracts */** (1-3 pages)||October 31, 2019|
|Confirmation of acceptance||November 17, 2019|
|Registration for participation||November 30, 2019|
* All extended abstracts will be reviewed.
** Extended abstracts will only be published in the proceedings if the/one author takes part in the conference.
The conference will be held in the heart of the UNESCO-protected Goethepark – at the historical building Villa Haar (www.villahaar.de/).
The address of the conference venue is Dichterweg 2A, 99425 Weimar, Germany (On the map).
Below you will find information on hotels in Weimar that provide a limited room contingent during the HAMS 2020 for self requesting. Please indicate when you make bookings or reservations in the hotels listed above the reference "HAMS2020".
|hotel||rate single/double room||contingent available until|
|Hotel am Frauenplan||no single rooms / 65,00 € (additional 10,50 € p.p. for breakfast)||January 9, 2020|
|Leonardo Hotel||69,00 € / 81,00 € B&B + WLAN||January 15, 2020|
|Kaiserin Augusta||67,00 € / 84,00 € B&B||January 5, 2020|
|Anna Amalia||68,00 € / 85,00 € B&B||December 31, 2019|