13th International Conference on padic Functional Analysis
Venue: 
Universität Paderborn 
Date: 
August 1216, 2014 
Organiser: 
Helge Glöckner 
Scientific committee: 
J. Aguayo Garrido, A. Escassut, A. K. Katsaras, A. N. Kochubei, H. Ochsenius, M. C. Perez Garcia, K. Shamseddine, W. H. Schikhof † 
Time schedule: 
The conference programme will start August 12 at 9 a.m. and end in the afternoon of August 16. 
Description
The conference is directed to researchers in padic functional analysis and related areas, like nonarchimedean analysis and nonarchimedean dynamical systems.
It is part of a series of biennial international conferences on padic functional analysis.
The current meeting will be held in the memory of Wim H. Schikhof.
Previous sessions took place at:
 Laredo, Spain (1990)
 Santiago, Chile (1992)
 ClermontFerrand, France (1994, 2004, 2010)
 Nijmegen, The Netherlands (1996, 2002)
 Poznan, Poland (1998)
 Ioannina, Greece (2000)
 Concepcion, Chile (2006)
 Michigan State University, USA (2008)
 University of Manitoba, Canada (2012)
Scientific Programme
A brief time schedule can be found
here.
The full conference programme (including abstracts) is available
here.
Talks
 Jose Aguayo, Spectral theory and a spectral measure for an infinitedimensional Banach space

Rafik Belhadef, Transcendence of Thue Morse padic continued fractions

Martin Berz, Spectral theory and linear algebra over LeviCivita vector and Hilbert spaces
 Toka Diagana, Spectral analysis for some finite rank perturbations of diagonal linear operators in nonarchimedean Hilbert space E_omega

Bertin Diarra, Ultrametric continuous linear representations of the compact groups SL(2, Z_p), GL(2, Z_p)
 Alain Escassut, Growth order, type and cotype of padic entire functions
 Paolo Giordano, Theory of infinitely near points in smooth manifolds: the Fermat functor
 Helge Glöckner, Exponential laws for spaces of ultrametric differentiable functions and applications
 Nikolay Ivankov, On bivariant Ktheory for
ultrametric Banach algebras
 Hans Keller, Large affine spaces of invertible operators
 Andrei Khrennikov, Padic Numbers from superstrings and
molecular motors to cognition and psychology
 Albert Kubzdela / Jerzy Kakol, Nonarchimedean Grothendieck and Krein's theorems
 FranzViktor Kuhlmann, Ball spaces  a framework for fixed point theorems inspired by ultrametric spaces II
 Katarzyna Kuhlmann, Ball spaces  a framework for fixed point theorems inspired by ultrametric spaces I
 Yuri Kuzmenko, A nonarchimedean counterpart of Johnson's theorem for discrete groups
 Michel Lapidus, padic fractal strings: fractal tube formulas, zeta functions and complex dimensions
 Junghun Lee, Jstability of immediately expanding polynomial maps in nonArchimedean dynamics
 KarlOlof Lindahl, Localization of periodic points and minimally ramified power series
 Hamza Menken, Some properties of Liouville
numbers in the nonarchimedean case
 Enno Nagel, padic Taylor polynomials
 Miguel Nova, Spectral theory and a spectral measure for a finitedimensional Banach space
 Jacqueline Ojeda, Hayman's conjecture in a nonarchimedean context
 Elena Olivos, A note on Banach spaces over a rank 1 discretely valued field
 Cristina PerezGarcia, Wim Schikhof: Our colleague and friend
 Andrea Pulita, padic differential equations on curves
 John Jaime Rodriguez, Fundamental solutions of pseudodifferential equations associated with quadratic forms
 Yaroslav D. Sergeyev, The infinity computer and numerical computations with infinities and infinitesimals
 Khodr Shamseddine, New results on the Lebesguelike measure and integration theory on the LeviCivita field and applications
 Alexander Wittig, Superlinear convergent iterative methods on nonarchimedean fields and their applications
 Agnieszka Ziemkowska, On complemented subspaces of nonarchimedean generalized power series spaces
 Wilson Zuniga, Nonlocal operators, parabolictype equations, and ultrametric random walks
Participants
 Jose Aguayo (Concepcion)
 Rafik Belhadef (U Jijel)
 Martin Berz (MSU)
 Toka Diagana (Howard)
 Bertin Diarra (Clermont Ferrand)
 Alain Escassut (Clermont Ferrand)
 Youssef Fares (Amiens)
 Paolo Giordano (Vienna)
 Helge Glöckner (Paderborn)
 Nikolay Ivankov (Göttingen)
 Jerzy Kakol (Poznan)
 Hans Keller (Lucerne)
 Andrei Khrennikov (Växjö)
 Albert Kubzdela (Poznan U Technology)
 FrankViktor Kuhlmann (U Saskatchewan)
 Katarzyna Kuhlmann (U Silesia)
 Yuri Kuzmenko (Moscow)
 Michel L. Lapidus (U California)
 Junghun Lee (Nagoya)
 KarlOlof Lindahl (Växjö)
 Hamza Menken (Mersin U)
 Enno Nagel (Paris)
 Miguel Nova (U Catolica de la Santisima)
 Jacqueline Ojeda Fuentealba (Concepcion)
 Elena Olivos (U La Frontera)
 Andrea Pulita (Montpellier)
 Cristina PerezGarcia (Santander)
 John Jaime Rodriguez (Bogota)
 Matthias Rother (Münster)
 Yaroslav D. Sergeyev (U Calabria)
 Khodr Shamseddine (U Manitoba)
 Alexander Wittig (Milano)
 Wilson Zuniga (Mexico)
 Agnieszka Ziemkowska (Poznan U Technology)
Some information you may find useful
 A map of the campus is available
here;
in particular, you can find the location of building D there.
 All talks take place in the lecture hall D2 (Hörsaal D2) on the ground level of building D.
The lecture hall is equipped with 6 excellent blackboards and a video beamer. You can either use all blackboards, or
the video beamer and 3 blackboards. If you wish to use the beamer, then make sure that all electronics is set up and the presentation is running properly before the talk begins. If you choose to use the organizer's laptop (which may speed up the process, and is encouraged), please bring the pdf of your talk on a usbstick (or, even better, send it in advance, no later than Monday, August 11, by email).
 All coffee breaks take place in the room
D2.343 on the second floor of building D (two floors above ground level).
As a rule, we offer coffee, tea, cold beverages, biscuits and cake.
 Conference materials will be available Tuesday and Wednesday
in room D2.343 during the coffee breaks.
Access codes for WLAN will also be handed out there.
 Tuesday during the coffee breaks, you can have a look at the restaurant's menu.
Please make your choice for the Conference Dinner already then. The conference dinner takes place in the restaurant Ratskeller, Rathausplatz 1, 33098 Paderborn, Phone 05251201133
in the town center.
We shall meet there Tuesday, August 12 at 7:15 p.m.
 TuesdayFriday,
you can have lunch in the university cafeteria Mensa (second floor of building ME, one floor above ground level).
To pay in cash, please use one of the queues on the righthand side (the queues on the left are for the use of special chipcards only).
 Saturday, we can have lunch in the ChineseMongolian Restaurant Shangrila,
Warburger Str. 138,
33100 Paderborn, Phone 052516938698
close to the university.
 A map of the campus is available
here;
in particular, you can find the location of building D there.

The weather in Paderborn is expected to be pleasant (but including some rain), with temperatures rising up to 22 degrees Centigrade during the day, and a minimum 10 degrees Centigrade at night.
Travel to and from Paderborn
Airports close to Paderborn

Paderborn/Lippstadt is the airport closest to Paderborn. There are inexpensive busses from there to Paderborn,
or you can take a taxi (which may cost 35 EUR or slightly more).
In many cases, you may not get direct flights
to PaderbornLippstadt (which is a relatively small airport), and flights to this destination may be more expensive than those to larger airports like Düsseldorf (or Frankfurt):
 Düsseldorf International Airport is a very convenient (and often inexpensive) choice. Railway travel between Paderborn main railway station and the railway station of the airport takes approximately 2 hours.
Depending on the choice of train, the costs of a ticket are 35 EUR or slightly more.
 Frankfurt International Airport may also be an inexpensive choice. Travelling by train from Frankfurt to Paderborn takes approximately 3 hours.
You may also check the international airports of Dortmund or Hannover.
Again, railway travel will take around 2 hours.
Some hotels in Paderborn
Within easy reach of the university:
Hotels in the city centre or close to it (bus to university or 1/2 h walk)
(The organizer cannot guarantee the correctness, timeliness or availablity of these rates)
Further information
 Public transport: From the city or the main railway station, you can reach the university directly using the busses nos. 4 (in direction `Dahl'), 9 (in direction `Kaukenberg') or 68 (in direction `Schöne Aussicht'). Lines 4 and 9 stop at the bus stop `Uni/Südring' (at the bottom of the campus map, marked there with an `H'), while line 68 stops at `Uni/Schöne Aussicht' (close to the arrow pointing towards `Fanny Nathan Strasse' at the lower right hand corner of the campus map). (The hotel `Campus Lounge' is located in the upper left hand corner, close to the crossing of the streets `Mersinweg' and `Pohlweg'). Tickets can be bought on the bus (and also from vending machines at some bus stops). The buses take an estimated 1020 minutes.
 Taxis from the railway station to the campus lounge cost about 1015 EUROs.
 Travel to and from the aiport: There are some busses from the airport to Paderborn railway station. You can find bus connections using the English web page www.bahn.de/i/view/USA/en/index.shtml. In the fields start/stop, type airport Paderborn/Lippstadt and Paderborn Hbf, respectively, and select the desired date and time. Of course, you can also take a taxi (in case none is waiting at the airport, you may call one of the local taxi companies, e.g. `Taxi Klima,' Phone 0525161111. Consult the yellow pages for further taxi companies). Busses are inexpensive, while a taxi from the airport say, to the Campus Lounge costs an estimated 35 EUROs (or even more). The bus stop is only a few meters away from the airport building; a location plan of the airport can be found here (the bus stop is marked with a yellow H').