**Organized by:**

Franz-Viktor Kuhlmann
(Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Saskatchewan),

J.C. Wang
(Department
of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Saskatchewan),

Chris Dutchyn
(Department of Computer Science, University of Saskatchewan),

Katarzyna Kuhlmann
(Institute of Mathematics, University of Silesia at Katowice, Poland).

**with the generous support of:**

the Pacific
Institute for the Mathematical Sciences,

the College of Arts and
Science,

the Department of
Mathematics and Statistics,

and the Department of Computer
Science

Centre for Algebra, Logic and Computation

University of Saskatchewan

106 Wiggins Road, Saskatoon, SK, S7N 5E6, Canada

Phone: (306) 966-6081 - Fax: (306) 966-6086

**Dates:**

*Friday, February 28, and Saturday, March 1,
2014*

The Fourteenth Colloquiumfest explored the present state of Fixed Point Theory and its applications in analysis, algebra and computer science. The second theme was the Theory of Fractals, in particular the various existing definitions and the question how to adapt them to structures that appear to be fractal but do not match the classical definitions. Both subjects are interwoven and also have interesting connections with topology. We discussed new directions and research topics in these areas.

Final report on the conference

Room ESB 18, Edward School of Business

COFFEE

Department of Computer Science,
Thorvaldson Building, Room 274

1:30-2:20 pm:

**Colloquium of the Department of Computer Science**

**Robin Cockett**
(Department of Computer Science,
University of Calgary):

*
"Fixed
points in programming: datatypes and protocols"
*

COFFEE BREAK

Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Room 201 McLean Hall

3:30-4:20 pm:

**Colloquium of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics**

**Anthony Lau**<
(Department
of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, University of Alberta):

*
"Fixed point and
related geometric properties on the Fourier and Fourier
Stieltjes algebras of locally compact groups"
*

4:30-5:20 pm:

**Ralph Kopperman**
(Department of Mathematics,
City College of New York):

*
"A generalized
metric notion of partial knowledge"
*

6:30 pm

**Banquet**

Saskatoon Station Place, 221 Idylwyld North

Room ESB 18, Edward School of Business

10:00-10:50 am:

**Amr Sabry**
(School of
Informatics and Computing, Indiana University, Bloomington):

*
"Discrete Quantum
Theories"
*

11:10-12:00:

**Franklin
Mendivil**
(Department of Mathematics and
Statistics, Acadia University):

*
"Fractal
set-valued measures"
*

12:10-13:00:

**Wieslaw
Kubiś**
(Institute of Mathematics,
Czech Academy of Sciences):

*
"On topological iterated function systems"
*

**LUNCH**

room 201 McLean Hall

2:30-3:20 pm:

**Tristan Tager**
(Department of Mathematics,
Indiana University, Bloomington):

*
"Expecting the
Unexpected: Surprises in the Hunt for Nonarchimedean Fractals"
*

3:30-4:20 pm:

**Ralph Kopperman**
(Department of Mathematics,
City College of New York):

*
"The computer
screen: a rectangle with a finite number of points"
*

COFFEE BREAK

4:40-5:30 pm:

**Rene Bartsch**
(Fachbereich
Mathematik, TU Darmstadt):

*
"Hyperspaces
in topological categories"
*

6:30 pm, the Kuhlmann's residence:

**Party with Feuerzangenbowle**

*Last update: May 2, 2024
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