Central European Complex Analysis Meetings are planned as a series of short meetings in Complex Analysis, bringing together (mainly but not exclusively!) researchers in Complex Analysis from the Central European region. The tradition of these meetings starts from the year 2017. The information on the three previous meetings can be found in the Archive section.
The upcoming fourth Meeting will be held from Thursday 07.11.2019 afternoon till Saturday 09.11.2019 late afternoon, this time in Brno, Czech Republic. We will use this occasion to celebrate the Anniversaries of Valeri Beloshapka and Francine Meylan, that is why their research will be particularly recognized during the Meeting.
The schedule at a glance is as follows. The Conference starts with the Thursday afternoon session at 14:00. In the end of the session, around 18:00, we will enjoy a Musical Moment by Jan Slovak and Fritz Haslinger. On Friday both a morning and an afternoon sessions will be held. They will be followed by a joint traditional Czech dinner (the location is to be announced) at approximately 18:00. On Saturday we will run a morning session and a short afternoon session, ending around 15:00.
The conference venue is the Department of Mathematics and Statistics of the Masaryk University in Brno (located at the campus of the Faculty of Science, Kotlarska 2, Brno). The Department located in Building 8 of the campus. The lectures will be held in the room main seminar room on the 1st floor (1 floor above the ground floor).
Everybody who is interested in participating in the meeting, please contact Ilya Kossovskiy (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Martin Kolar (email@example.com).
Suggested hotel. Most of the guests will be staying at Hotel Continental, ideally located in walking distance from both the Department of Mathematics and the Brno Old Town.
Getting to Brno. There are nemurous trains and buses coming to Brno from Vienna, Bratislava and Prague. The links are https://www.studentagency.eu/en/, https://www.cd.cz/eshop/#hledej
Things to do in Brno and around
Opera house: http://www.ndbrno.cz/opera
Moravian Caves: http://www.moravskykras.net/en/moravian-karst.html
Villa Tugendhat: https://www.tugendhat.eu/
Spilberk Castle: http://www.spilberk.cz/en/
Martin Kolar and Ilya Kossovskiy, the organizers.