The Special Sessions on Mathematical Methods for Efficient Simulation
of Stochastic Nonlinear Optical Systems and Spectral and High-Order
Discretization Methods for Partial Differential Equations have been
Participants should make their own arrangements directly with a hotel
of their choice as early as possible. Special rates have been negotiated
with the hotels listed below. Rates quoted do not include sales tax of
8%. The AMS is not responsible for rate changes or for the quality of
the accommodations. When making a reservation, participants should state
that they are with the American Mathematical Society (AMS) Meeting
at the University of Delaware group. Cancellation and early checkout
policies vary; be sure to check when you make your reservation.
Sleep Inn Hotel, 630 S. College Ave., Newark, DE 19713; phone:
302-453-1700, fax: 302-453-1710; $69/single or double; free deluxe continental
breakfast, free high-speed Internet, in-room minirefrigerator and coffeemaker;
about 1 mile to the meeting site (across from the stadium). Deadline
for reservations is March 11, 2005; cite group #100924. Be sure to
check cancellation and early checkout policies.
Super 8 Motel, 268 East Main St., Newark, DE 19711; phone: 302-737-5050,
fax: 302-737-4089; $48.88/single or double, free continental breakfast;
about 1/2 mile to the meeting site. This is a small hotel with a limited
number of rooms available. Deadline for reservations is March 1, 2005;
cite group code CGCGAM. Be sure to check cancellation and early checkout
Howard Johnson Inn & Suites, 1119 South College Ave., Newark,
DE 19713; phone: 302-368-8521, fax: 302-368-9868; $56/single king bed,
$59/two queen beds, $69/suite (two double beds plus separate parlor);
free deluxe continental hot breakfast (eggs/waffles/fruit), in-room refrigerator/microwave/coffeemaker;
about 1.5 miles to the meeting site. Deadline for reservations is March
11, 2005; cite group #11-53. Be sure to check cancellation and early
Courtyard Newark, 400 Pencader Way, Newark, DE 19716; phone: 302-737-0900,
fax: 302-737-0990; $109/single or double; restaurant open for breakfast
and dinner, in-room coffeemaker and refrigerator, about 1/2 mile to the
meeting site. Deadline for reservations is March 3, 2005. Be sure
to check cancellation and early checkout penalties.
Information will be available at the meeting.
The university's webpage is http://www.udel.edu;
see the "Travel" section below for map links to the campus and surrounding
The University of Delaware is proud to be the home of the Paul
Jones Collection. This collection is considered to be the world's
oldest, largest and most complete holdings of 20th century African-American
art in existence. The exhibit will be open to meeting participants from
1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday.
Student Poster Sessions: The Department of Mathematical Sciences
is pleased to host two student poster sessions on Saturday afternoon,
one for undergraduates and another for graduate students. Participating
students will have their registration fees waived, and are free to attend
any of the plenary talks, 14 special sessions, and the reception. The
University of Delaware Department of Mathematical Sciences is sponsoring
a $250 prize for the best graduate and undergraduate poster. The poster
sessions will run from 3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. on Saturday afternoon with
judging taking place between 3:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. Abstracts containing
the author, title, institution, and name of the faculty advisor should
be submitted directly to Wenbo Li (email address: email@example.com)
by March 21.
Book Sales: Examine the newest titles from the AMS! Many of the
AMS books will be available at a special 50% discount available only at
the meeting. Complimentary coffee will be served courtesy of AMS Membership
AMS Editorial Activity: An acquisitions editor from the AMS book
program will be present to speak with prospective authors. If you have
a book project that you would like to discuss with the AMS, please stop
by the book exhibit.
Parking will be available in the Trabant Parking garage at the corner
of West Main and Elkton (next to the Trabant University Center). The cost
is $.55/hour with a maximum of $3/day.
and Meeting Information
The meeting is on the main campus of the University of Delaware, Newark,
Delaware. Sessions and Invited Addresses will take place in the Ewing,
Kirkbride, Purnell, and Smith Halls.
The registration desk will be in Purnell Hall and will be open Saturday,
April 2, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and Sunday, April 3, 8:00 a.m. to noon.
Fees are $40 for AMS or CMS members, $60 for nonmembers; and $5 for students/unemployed/emeritus,
payable on site by cash, check, or credit card.
The Department of Mathematical Sciences is pleased to welcome all meeting
participants to a reception from 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. in the Trabant Multipurpose
Room. The reception will feature free hors d'oeuvres, a cash bar, and
good conversation. The AMS thanks the department for its hospitality.
and Campus Map
The University of Delaware is located in downtown Newark and is approximately
35 miles from Philadelphia, 70 miles from Baltimore, MD, and 105 miles
from Washington, DC. A campus map, parking map, a campus "walkabout" map,
and Newark area map can be found at http://www.udel.edu/main/campuses/printmap.html.
The closest airport is Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) and is
serviced by all major airlines.
AMS has partnered with Delta Air Lines as the official airline
for meeting and business travel for 2005. Take advantage of Delta's new
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Click on the above Delta logo to make immediate reservations on delta.com
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Shuttle service between the Philadelphia International Airport
and Newark, Delaware (to your hotel, campus, or other location and back),
can be arranged through Delaware Express Shuttle (phone 800-648-5466 or
online at http://www.delexpress.com)
for about $36 (plus tip) each way for individuals.
Getting to the University by Car
From the north: Take I95 South to Delaware Exit 1B, Route 896
North, which becomes South College Avenue at the intersection of Route
4. Continue on South College Avenue (past Fred P. Rullo Stadium, the Bob
Carpenter/Sports Convocation Center, Delaware Stadium, and the Delaware
Field House) until you come to Main Street. Turn left onto West Main Street;
the Trabant Garage is on your left just past Trabant University Center.
From the south: Take I95 North to Delaware Exit 1, Route 896 North,
which becomes South College Avenue at the intersection of Route 4. Continue
on South College Avenue (past Fred P. Rullo Stadium, the Bob Carpenter/Sports
Convocation Center, Delaware Stadium, and the Delaware Field House) until
you come to Main Street. Turn left onto West Main Street; the Trabant
Garage is on your left just past Trabant University Center.
From the west: Take the Pennsylvania Turnpike East to Route 283
South. Continue on Route 283 South, which becomes Route 30 East outside
of Lancaster, to Route 896 South. As you reach campus and cross the railroad
tracks, immediately turn left onto Delaware Avenue, right (at the second
traffic light) onto South College Avenue, then left onto West Main Street.
The Trabant Garage is on your left just past Trabant University Center.
for International Participants
International participants should view this important information about
traveling to the United States. http://www7.nationalacademies.org/visas/Traveling_to_US.html
Weather conditions in Newark during early April are cool to moderate,
with nighttime lows of about 40°F and daytime highs around 60°F.