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University of Texas at Austin -- March 7-8, 2020

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The Texas DE Conference is an annual event that brings together researchers working on partial differential equations and related topics. The Texas DE was first organized by Professors Charles Radin and Ralph Showalter at the University of Texas at Austin in 1978, originally as Texas PDE Seminar. The Texas DE has a strong democratic tradition: there are no principal speakers, all talks are allocated the same length of time, and there is no registration fee. The intent is to encourage participation by young faculty and graduate students. The 2020 edition of the Texas DE Conference will be hosted at UT Austin. A complete list of all the past editions is available here.

The conference will be held at the Burdine Hall building in the main UT Campus.

The local organizers are Irene Gamba, Francesco Maggi, and Salvatore Stuvard. The contact email for matters related to this conference is texasde20 AT math DOT utexas DOT edu

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Format: The conference will host short talks to give an opportunity to most participants to disseminate their work. We are currently not accepting talk proposals anymore.

Logistics: Conference rooms are located in Burdine Hall (BUR 208 and BUR 212), a building on UT Austin main campus. Notice that BUR is a different building than RLM, where the Math Department is located. 

Accommodation: Accommodation (and travel) expenses are covered by participants. The Mathematics Department have arranged a room block hold at LaQuinta Inn Austin Capitol-Downtown, so that a limited amount of rooms will be available there at a convenient UT-rate. Participants interested in this option should directly contact LaQuinta Inn. Instructions on how to reserve a room through the block hold at LaQuinta Inn have been sent to the conference mailing list. The block hold will expire on February 14, 2020, and after that date room availability and UT-rates are not guaranteed.

Parking: There are a few parking garages around campus. For a complete list and the corresponding rates, please refer to this page. The special event "Explore UT" will take place on Saturday, March 7. For the occasion, some parking garages may be free of charge. On the other hand, this may result in a higher demand of parking spots. More information on parking during "Explore UT" may be found here.

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