CALL FOR PAPERS AND FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT
Jubilee Scientific Conference
"100 years from the birth of Professor Yaroslav Tagamlitzki"
Sofia, September 15-17, 2017
The Jubilee Scientific Conference is dedicated to the "100 years from the birth of Professor Yaroslav Tagamlitzki". The conference program is open for talks on a broad range of topics in Mathematical Analysis, as well as methods in education.
The Program Committee cordially invites all researchers in the area of the Conference to submit extended abstracts of their talks according to the rules explained at http://tagamlitzki-100years.fmi.uni-sofia.bg. All of the accepted abstracts will be published in a booklet of the conference. Full versions of the best papers will be published in Annuaire of University of Sofia “St. Kliment Ohridski”.
The lifework of Tagamlitzki began with his papers during the period 1946–1952, where he started studying a variant of the notion of extreme point in general spaces. Already in that early period he used the term 'irreducible' element. His investigations led him to an independent discovery of a variant of Krein-Milman's theorem. Later on, he generalized these ideas for topological spaces and introduced his so called “topological induction”.
Through his efforts functional analysis became a flourishing branch of mathematics in Bulgaria. The influence of Tagamlitzki's work and personality during the period 1950-1970 was predominant in the Bulgarian mathematical community. Not only he was a born teacher but also his devotion to lecturing was molding the younger generation and his charismatic personality had a great attractive power. His famous seminar for university students and young people was a focus of the postwar development of pure mathematics in this country. Almost every creative Bulgarian mathematician emerging in the fifties was in one or another way linked with Tagamlitzki's seminar(s). (see http://www.tagamlitzki.com )
|Program Committee||Chair: Prof. Dimiter Skordev, FMI SU
Members: Acad. Julian Revalski, Chair of BAS, Acad. Blagovest Sendov, IMI BAS, Acad. Ivan Todorov, BAS, Acad. Peter Kenderov, IMI BAS, Acad. Stanimir Troyanski, IMI BAS, Acad. Veselin Drenski, IMI BAS, Prof. Ivan Dimovski, IMI BAS, Prof. Vladimir Veliov, TU Vienna, Prof. Elena Toneva, DM EWU USA, Prof. Geno Nikolov, FMI SU, Prof. Klementina Mladenova, IM BAS, Prof. Mikhail Krastanov, FMI SU, Prof. Vasil Kavardjikov, IM BAS, Prof. Petko Kiryazov, IM BAS, Prof. Emil Manoach, IM BAS, Prof. Virginia Kiryakova, IMI BAS, Prof. Oleg Mushkorov, IMI BAS, Prof. Johann Davidov, IMI BAS, Prof. Svetozar Margenov, IIKT BAS, Prof. Krasimir Georgiev, IIKT BAS, Prof. Aneta Karaivanova, IIKT BAS, Prof. Ivan Dimov, IIKT BAS
|Organizing Committee||Assoc. Prof. Vladimir Babev (Chair), FMI SU
Prof. Ognyan Kunchev (Vice Chair), IMI BAS
Prof. Nikolay Nikolov, IMI BAS, Assoc. Prof. Alexandra Soskova, FMI SU, Assoc. Prof. Borislav Draganov, FMI SU, Assoc. Prof. Vesselin Gushev, FMI SU, Assoc. Prof. Maya Stoyanova, FMI SU, Assoc. Prof. Parvan Parvanov, FMI SU
|Local Organizer||University of Sofia St Kliment Ohridski, Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics;
Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
|Topics||- Mathematical Analysis;
- Education in mathematics
|Time||September 15-17, 2017|
|Location||The Conference will take place in University of Sofia St Kliment Ohridski, Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, 5 James Bourchier Blvd., Sofia 1164,
For more information http://tagamlitzki-100years.fmi.uni-sofia.bg
|Registration Fee (includes social events, conference proceedings and materials)||EURO 100 prior to July 31, 2017; EURO 120 after August 1, 2017; EURO 20 for students.|
|Deadlines||May 31, 2017: to inform the organizers if you intend to come;
July 31, 2017: Final version of papers;
September 15, 2017: Opening of the Conference
|Language||The official language of the Conference will be English.|
|Proceedings||The organizers intend to prepare a book of proceedings of the conference. Authors are invited to submit at most six pages camera-ready papers in English, LaTeX format 132x190 mm, by e-mail to email@example.com. A template can be found at our web site. Full versions will be considered for publication in a refereed journal.|