There will be 7 plenary talks and 14 semi-plenary talks. One of the plenary talks will be given by the recipient of the Mary Ellen Rudin Young Researcher Award.
The following people have accepted an invitation to give a plenary or semi-plenary talk.
Hannah Alpert, M.I.T.
Grigori Avramidi, Ohio State University
Stewart Baldwin, Auburn University
Igor Belegradek, Georgia Tech
Jan Boronski, National Supercomputing Center, Ostrava
Matthew Day, University of Arkansas
Jeffrey Diller, Notre Dame University
Chuck Hagopian, CSU-Sacramento
Logan Hoehn, Nipissing University
W.T. Ingram, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Judy Kennedy, Lamar University
Olga Lukina, University of Illinois, Chicago
Ana Mamatelashvili, Auburn University
David Milovich, Texas A&M International University
Piotr Oprocha, AGH University of Science and Technology
Yinhe Peng, University of Toronto
Rodrigo Perez, Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis
Tam Nguyen Phan, Binghamton University
Tim Riley, Cornell University
Kim Ruane, Tufts University
Alex Shibakov, Tennessee Tech University