10th International Conference on Harmonic Analysis and Partial Differential Equations

El Escorial, Madrid (Spain) June 12-17, 2016



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Registration Fee and Deadline (Registrations is now closed)

Conference Venue

All the scientific programme will be held at Residencia San José, a private Residence Hall in El Escorial that can give accomodation to most of the participants.


Accomodation prices per person (including meals) at the Residencia San José are:

Room reservations and payments should be made at the time of registration. Room reservations at the Residence cannot be made on a daily basis.

The arrival of the participants is expected to be on Sunday, June 12 in the afternoon. The Conference will begin on Monday, June 13, at 9:00 am and will end on Friday, June 17 after the morning session.

Only a limited number of rooms are available.

If you wish to book a room, indicate so in the Registration Form. Rooms at the Residence can only be booked for the whole Conference (five nights).

If you want to book a single room, we urge you to do it promptly since only a small number are available.

If you want to share a room, you can either indicate your roommate (as a comment) in the Registration Form or let the Organizing Committee arrange it for you.

Residencia San José provides sufficiently large lecture rooms, as well as room and full board for all those participants who may wish to stay there, along with some basic services.

All rooms have a private bathroom and shower. Besides the dining room where all meals will be served, there is a small cafeteria and vending machines for soft drinks and beer. Although some of the services available are modest or limited, we (the organisers) found the place comfortable and pleasant.

However, participants are reminded that Residencia San José is neither a research institute nor a hotel and therefore does not offer some of the typical services one may expect. For example, there is no library and the possibilities for computer connections may be limited. There will be no TV or phones in the rooms and no wake-up calls either.

For local participants who will be commuting or for those who will be staying elsewhere at El Escorial, meals will be available at Residencia San José; the price of each meal is 12 € (tickets should be purchased in advance at the Conference office).

Grants (applications closed)

There will be a small number of grants, mainly intended for graduate students, to cover the registration fee and/or accommodation. If you want to apply for one of these grants, send an email to including your complete name, Institution and the name of a senior mathematician willing to write a reference letter on your behalf. The deadline to apply is March 31, 2016 and grants will be decided during the month of April. Fee Grant applicants do not have to pay the Registration Fee until the Grants have been decided. Those participants obtaining an Accommodation Grant will be sharing a room.

Short Talks (applications closed)

Some sessions of short talks will be scheduled to accommodate those participants wishing to present their own recent results. If you want to give a short talk, please send an email to indicating your name, institution and title of your talk, as well as a short abstract written in LaTex, for which you should use the following Template. The deadline to apply and submit the abstract is March 31, 2016 , and the final list of short talks will be decided during the month of April.

Before May 1st, all the applicants will receive an e-mail from the Organizing Committee communicating the final decision.


Organizing Committee

P. Cifuentes
D. Faraco
J. García-Cuerva
G. Garrigós
E. Hernández
J.M. Martell
J. Parcet
K. Rogers
A. Vargas

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