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The Harmonic Analysis and Fractal Sets (HAFS) conference will be held in Columbus, Ohio on March 24-26, 2023.  This is a continuation of our exciting event that took place in 2017 (HAFS2017).

In recent years, there has been substantial progress on understanding the dimension and geometry of fractal sets.  The purpose of this conference is to further this promising area of study.  Fractal geometry has connections to many areas of analysis, including harmonic analysis, dynamical systems, and geometric measure theory.  Applications include the study of finite point configurations and properties of projections.  HAFS will bring together experts in these fields to find new synergies between existing methods and problems and to formulate new approaches.


  • Krystal Taylor, OSU (
  • Alex McDonald, OSU (
  • Eyvindur Palsson, Virginia Tech (
Plenary Speakers:
  • Rosemarie Bongers (Harvard)
  • Alan Chang (Princeton)
  • Xiumin Du (Northwestern)
  • Kyle Hambrook (San Jose State)
  • Alex Iosevich (University of Rochester)

Contributed Talks: 

  • Click here to register to give a contributed talk or just to apply for funding to attend – junior mathematicians and those from underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply:   REGISTER HERE


This conference is made possible by funding from the Math Research Institute at The Ohio State University, as well as by the National Science Foundation.