Representations and Automorphic forms (TORA) is a series of
conferences hosted in rotation by Oklahoma State University, the
University of Oklahoma, and the University of North Texas.
The TORA meetings will bring together the automorphic forms
and representation theory community of the South Central region to hear
about recent research in automorphic forms and representation theory.
For more information see the
TORA main page.
Schedule of Talks: The conference runs from 4 PM on Friday through mid-day
Sunday. A detailed schedule, along with titles and abstracts can be found here.
Registration: Registration will be done on site starting at 3 PM on Friday.
A list of confirmed participants can be found here.
Participant support: We will have funding available. Priority will be given to junior
researchers, to researchers from the South Central US, and to
researchers with no other means of support. NOTE: If you
would like to apply for funding, please send the following
information to Mahdi Asgari by February 17, 2012 :
Your name, institution, position, Visa type (non US citizens), and estimated travel expenses. Note: The deadline for funding requests has elapsed and available funds have been offered.
Particiapnts will be staying at the Atherthon Hotel.
This hotel is within a 1-2 minute walk from the MSCS building, where talks will be held. Organizers
have informed those participants receiving support about their hotel reservations.
Oklahoma State University is located in Stillwater, OK. The Department of Mathematics is in the
MSCS building, which can be located on the campus
map. Also look at this map.
Stillwater is about 75 minutes drive from either Oklahoma City airport (OKC) or Tulsa airport (TUL).
There is no convenient shuttle service from the airports to Stillwater. Rental cars are recommended.
Some of the participants are arranging to share rides from and to the airports. If you would like
more information about this option, please contact Mahdi Asgari.
Parking: Parking after 5 PM and over the weekend is available for free
in campus parking lots, e.g., the lot adjacent the MSCS building whose entrance is off
"South Monroe St". Please pay attention to the posted sings as some parking spaces are
restricted to certan vehicles all the time including weekends. Those staying at the Atherton
Hotel can park in the parking lot adjacent to the hotel. The entrances to that lot are off
"West University Avenue" and also off "South Hester Street".
Those needing parking prior to 5 PM on Friday can use the few metered parking spots available
in the lot adjacent to the MSCS building, which have limited time and availability, or use
street parking south of campus on the streets south of University Avenue.