MAIA 2019 (Multivariate Approximation and Interpolation with
Applications) will take place at the Erwin Schrödinger Institute for
Mathematics and Physics (ESI) in Vienna, Austria.
In the last decades approximation theory has evolved into several independent fields that
no longer labeled approximation theory. However, the mathematical
foundations and conceptual ideas of these fields are invariably based
on approximation theory. The goal of this conference is to reconnect
and harmonize the classical directions of approximation theory
with some of its modern reincarnations, such as
Scope of MAIA:
The conference covers classical topics in approximation theory, such
as

 Learning theory,
 Compressed sensing,
 Computational harmonic analysis,
 Geometry processing, Subdivision schemes,
 Meshless approximation, Numerical Methods for PDEs,
 Sparse approximation,
 ....
Participation
is by invitation only with approximately 60
participants. Official invitations will be
sent out by ESI in summer/fall 2018.
Funding
is provided by the Erwin Schroedinger Institute for Mathematics and Physics(ESI), Vienna, Austria.