Conference GFAA information
|Autumn 2014 events||Conference
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If you’ve noticed that the above map is not quite the same as the one originally posted here, you are right. This is because the brand new tram started to operate 4 months ahead of the plan (yeeehaaa !). Unfortunately, this triggered a reorganization of the bus system, too. In short, those of you who already memorized how to get from the hotel to the conference venue will have to start over :(
The easiest way to get to Besancon is to fly to Paris, Lyon or Basel and then take a train to Besancon Viotte train station. (Attention ! Not to be confused with Besancon Franche-Comte TGV train station which is in the middle of the woods about 16 km from Besancon !)
The tickets for the train can be booked here.
From the train station you can either catch bus No. 3 going to "Temis" (timetable) to go to the math department (get off at the stop "CROUS Université") or take the tram No. 2 (timetable) to go to the hotels downtown (for the hotel Adagio, get off at the stop "Canot").
Attention ! If you come also for the Autumn school on non-linear geometry of Banach spaces you will be probably affected by the unexpected railroad works that will take place on the weekend before the Autumn school. Consult the latest information here.
The temperature can range from 0°C in the morning to 15°C in the afternoon.
The main speakers will be lodged in the hotel Adagio Access La City. You can book your room in the same hotel for the preferential prices listed below by calling +33381213800 or sending a mail to H8380@adagio-city.com. In order to get the quoted price you need to mention that you come for a "conference of LMB" (or a "colloque de LMB" in the original French).
|cleaning every day||cleaning every 2 days||no cleaning|
|Double or twin room (1-2 persons)||61€||52€||47€|
You need to sum 0,90€ per person for the city tax.
The breakfast is optional for 8,40€ per person.
The easiest way from the Adagio Access hotel to the math department where the talks will take place is by taking the bus No. 10 from the stop "Centre-ville (Chamars)" also called "Pole St Jacques"
(timetable) till the stop "Beaux Arts".
A more affordable lodging (40,70€ breakfast included) can be got at Centre International de Séjour. We have no preferential prices but the availability is guaranteed if you make your booking before the end of June and you mention the "conference GFAA" key-phrase. This residence is not located in the downtown but it is within walking distance to the math department where the talks will take place.
The downtown Hotel du Nord offers about 8% discount off the room price if you mention that you come for a conference organized by the Math department of Université de Franche-Comté.
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On the fundamental theorem of calculus in the lack of local
Metric geometry of stable metric spaces and applications
Lipschitz $p$-convex and $q$-concave maps
Lipschitz embedding of metric spaces into $c_0$
Greedy bases and the greedy constant
On singular twistings of Banach spaces
Some unrelated results in non separable Banach space theory
Lenses and Asymptotic Midpoint Uniform Convexity
The stabilized set of $p$’s in Krivine’s theorem can be disconnected
On an isomorphic Banach-Mazur rotation problem and maximal norms in Banach spaces
Banach ultraroots of certain Banach lattices
Metric $X_p$ inequalities
The algebra of bounded linear operators on $\ell_p\oplus \ell_q$ has infinitely many closed ideals
Smoothness of quasihyperbolic balls in convex domains of Banach spaces
The Kadison–Singer Problem
- Christina Brech : On uncountable biorthogonal structures
- Dong Hoon Cho : Bishop-Phelps-Bollobas theorem on bounded convex closed sets
- Wilson Cuellar Carrera : Compatible complex structures on Kalton-Peck space
- Aude Dalet : Free spaces over proper ultrametric spaces
- Tomasz Kobos : Minimal projections onto hyperplanes in finite dimensional normed space
- Ginés López-Pérez : Extreme differences on the size of weakly open subsets
- Masato Mimura : Group approximation in Cayley topology and coarse geometry : Fibered coarse embedding
- Penumarthy P. Murthy : $n$-tupled coincidence point theorems in Probabilistic Menger Spaces
- Eva Pernecká : Approximation properties in Lipschitz-free spaces
- Matias Raja : Compact convex sets admitting a strictly convex function
- David Salas : The Faces-Radon-Nikodym property in Banach spaces
- Deepak Singh : Some Best Proximity Point Theorems in $G$- Metric Spaces
- Sheng Zhang : Coarse Quotient Mappings between Metric Spaces
The participants will have the possibility to connect to the WiFi network at the university. Nevertheless, the EDUROAM network might be easier to setup and have better cover. If you want to use the EDUROAM network, you must sign-up for an account at your home university before coming to Besancon !