The 24th Annual
Great Plains Operator Theory Symposium
Texas A&M University
May 26 - May 30, 2004


Sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the Department of Mathematics and the College of Science at Texas A&M University

  • A list of abstracts for the shorter (20 minute) contributed talks is now available. Also, there is a complete schedule for all GPOTS 2004 talks.
  • There will be a reception at 7:00-10:00 p.m. on May 25 at the Faculty Club (located on the top floor of Rudder Tower). Note that this is the same location of the banquet Friday night. There will be munchies and deserts with an open bar and soft drinks.
  • Excursions planned by Mrs. Sunday Larson for the guests of participants (spouses, children, etc.) will begin at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday May 26. They will meet in front of the La Quinta Inn, and visit the Antique Rose Gardens, Blue Bell Creameries, and St. Clair Monastery.
  • To register for the traditional GPOTS Banquet, visit the banquet page.
  • If you are arriving into College Station Municipal Airport (CLL) on Tuesday, May 25, 2004 and would like a ride from the airport, please fill out the pickup request form.
  • To register for GPOTS 2004, visit the registration page. There is a fee of $80 ($30 for students), payable on arrival, for those who wish to attend the symposium.
  • To view a real time list of registered participants, visit the real time registry.
  • There will be several main speakers and many shorter invited talks.
  • The symposium will start at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday (May 26), and finish at around 12:00 p.m. (noon) on Sunday (May 30).
  • Click here to view the schedule of talks.
  • There will be a free afternoon Friday (May 28) during which participants (and their families) will be able to enjoy an excursion to a local site of interest, and Mrs. Sunday Larson is planning a sight-seeing excursion at another time for participants' spouses and families.
  • There will be a banquet Friday (May 28) evening with a surcharge of $25 for those who wish to attend.
  • Here’s some information about background, history, and funding of GPOTS as well as information about participant support.