This international conference in Complex Analysis and Potential Theory will be held to honour Paul M. Gauthier and Kohur Gowrisankaran, two Montreal mathematicians who have made essential contributions to mathematics and the Canadian mathematical community for more than four decades.

Complex Analysis and Potential Theory have always lived and thrived in symbiosis, and our aim is to bring together specialists from both areas to foster further cooperation and exchange of ideas and to find new research perspectives. With about 25 plenary lectures, given by some of the most established specialists in the fields, as well as shorter talks in parallel sessions, this conference will also provide researchers with a forum to present some of the main topics of current research, report on the latest developments in these areas, and be exposed to an overview of Complex Analysis and Potential Theory.

Topics covered will include (among many others): Harmonic and holomorphic approximation in one and several variables; Universal functions; Analytic, geometric and probabilistic aspects of potential theory; Spaces of analytic functions; Geometric function theory.

Participants are welcome to contribute a short talk. Proceedings of the conference will be published.