Advances in Nonlinear Analysis


The deadline has been extended. To register, please complete the registration form. There is no registration fee.

Conference takes place at:
Carnegie Mellon University, Giant Eagle Auditorium A51 Baker Hall

How to get to Carnegie Mellon University:
General information, Bus shuttle International Airport - Carnegie Mellon University
CMU Campus Map (housing and conference location marked), CMU Campus Map (aerial view), General maps
Additional information:
Hotel and restaurant list

Two kind of accomodations will be offered: Hotel accomodation and student dormitories (deadline expired!).

Wyndham Garden Hotel
3454 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Telephone: (412) 683-2040
Fax: (412) 688-1986
Toll Free Reservation Number: (877)-662-6242
Please mention the CMU Math Center for Nonlinear Analysis conference. Dormitory housing is in the newly built "New Dorm" located on Fifth Avenue and Moorewood between Mudge House and Morewood Gardens.

Rates are

$33.50 per night for single room and
$24.00 per person for double occupancy
Accommodations provide air conditioned single and double rooms in a traditional undergraduate residential facility, which include a bed, desk, dresser, closet or wardrobe. The bathroom situation is community bath - 2 bathrooms (male/female) on each floor.  Each bathroom has a common sink/vanity setup, 3 private shower stahls, a handicapped shower and 3 or 4 individual toilet  stahls.  There is also a tub room with a bathtub on every floor. All guests are provided with linens (flat sheet, fitted sheet, pillow, pillow case, blanket, bath towel, hand towel and wash cloth).
Dormitory check in is Thursday, May 29 AFTER 3:00pm. If you arrive between 6:00 pm and 9:00pm you may check in at the lobby of the "NewDorm". If you arrive any other time than stated above, you will need to go to Morewood Gardens Dorm A Tower entrance (the main entrance) for a key. This dorm is located right beside the "New Dorm". Dormitory checkout is by NOON on Monday, June 2.

Conference Organizers:
Giovanni Leoni, Massimiliano Morini, Marc Oliver Rieger

For further information please contact:
Center for Nonlinear Analysis
Carnegie Mellon University
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Telephone: (412)268-2545
Fax: (412)268-6380
CNA homepage
Conference Poster


The CNA, established in 1991 is a National Science Foundation sponsored research and training center concentrating in areas including nonlinear analysis, mechanics, scientific computation, and mathematical finance.