Second Announcement

Second Announcement:

International Conference on Generalized Functions GF2014

University of Southampton

September 8, 2014 – September 12, 2014

Aims and Scope: This conference continues a long-standing tradition of international conferences on generalized functions gathering researchers working in all branches of the field. As seen with the most recent conferences held in Novi Sad (Serbia, 2004), Bedlȩwo (Poland, 2007), Vienna (Austria, 2009) and Martinique (France, 2011) the spectrum of interrelations with other fields of mathematics and applications has been steadily increasing. Following this trend GF2014 aims at a broad coverage of research on generalized functions and applications of generalized functions. Topics include, but are not limited to:

· Distribution theory, hyperfunctions, algebras of generalized functions, Integral transforms,

· Linear and nonlinear differential equations, solvability, regularity, stochastic analysis,

· Pseudodifferential operators and microlocal analysis,

· Geometric problems and nonlinear distributional geometry,

· Applications in mathematical modelling and mathematical physics, applied analysis,

· Harmonic analysis, modulation spaces, time-frequency analysis.

Plenary Lectures:

· Pedro Catuogno (University Estadual de Campinas)

· Sandro Coriasco (University of Turin)

· Claudia Garetto (Loughborough University)

· James Grant (University of Surrey)

· Eduard Nigsch (University of Vienna)

· Michael Oberguggenberger (University of Innsbruck)

· Stevan Pilipovic (University of Novi Saad)

· Luigi Rodino (University of Turin)

· Michael Ruzhansky (Imperial College, London)

· Roland Steinbauer (University of Vienna)

· Joachim Toft (Växjö University)

· Jasson Vindas (University of Ghent)

Registration: Please register as soon as possible on the registration pages of the conference website:

The deadline for registration and submission of abstracts is June 30, 2014.

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The conference fee is 250 GBP (300 EUR). It covers lunch, coffee breaks, conference material, excursion and conference dinner. The fee is payable directly upon registration on the conference website via credit card. Please note that this way of paying is strongly preferred, and it also causes no additional bank fees for you. If for some reason it is not possible for you to pay by credit card please contact

Session Talks: We invite applications for session talks (approximately 20 minutes). Please use the LaTeX template available on the conference homepage for submitting your abstract. See

Accommodation: See

for reserving rooms at Glen Eyre Halls, in 10 minutes walking distance from the conference venue, for 45 GBP per night. Further options are also detailed on the conference website.

Funding: Partial support will be available for a limited number of participants. The primary target group for funding are research students without financial support of their own. If you belong to this group and your participation depends on financial support, please contact the organizing committee at The final decision on (partial) funding will be made shortly after the deadline for registration (June 30).

Further Information: Further Information is available on the Conference website

You may also contact the Organising Committee at or James Vickers (Chair of the Organising Committee) at