Winter Pacific NW Geometry Seminar

Discussion in 'Math Research' started by John M Lee, Jan 25, 2004.

  1. John M Lee

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    First announcement:

    PACIFIC NORTHWEST GEOMETRY SEMINAR

    2004 Winter Meeting
    Stanford University
    Stanford, CA

    Saturday and Sunday, February 21 and 22, 2004

    SCHEDULE:

    Saturday, February 21
    11:00 Jim Bryan (UBC)
    "Computing the closed topological vertex via the
    geometry of the Cremona transform"
    2:00 Hartmut Weiss (University of Munich and Stanford)
    "Hyperbolic cone-manifolds with graph singularity"
    3:30 Jon Wolfson (Michigan State University and Stanford)
    Title to be announced

    Sunday, February 22
    9:30 Charles Boyer (University of New Mexico)
    "Einstein Metrics on Exotic Spheres"
    11:00 Michael Taylor (UNC/Chapel Hill)
    Title to be announced
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    TRAVEL SUPPORT:

    PNGS meetings are supported by funds from the National Science
    Foundation and the Pacific Institute for the Mathematical
    Sciences. Limited travel support is available for participants in
    this meeting. First priority goes to graduate students and faculty
    from the participating universities (Portland State, Oregon State,
    U. of Oregon, UBC, U. of Utah, U. of Washington). If you are
    affiliated with one of these universities and are interested in
    travel support, please contact one of the PNGS organizers at your
    university NO LATER THAN FEBRUARY 2:

    PSU Serge Preston <>
    OSU Christine Escher <>
    Hal Parks <>
    Juha Pohjanpelto <>
    UBC Jim Carrell <>
    Jingyi Chen <>
    Ailana Fraser <>
    UO Boris Botvinnik <>
    Peter Gilkey <>
    John Leahy <>
    Jim Isenberg <>
    UTAH Mladen Bestvina <>
    Misha Kapovich <>
    Nat Smale <>
    Andrejs Treibergs <>
    UW Dan Pollack <>
    Jack Lee <>

    Participants from other universities may be supported if funds are
    available. Travel support is limited to graduate students or faculty
    members who do not have NSF grants that provide travel funds. We
    are particularly interested in providing support to young researchers,
    female mathematicians, and members of underrepresented groups.

    If you are not affiliated with a participating university and
    would like to be considered for travel support, contact Jim
    Isenberg <> as soon as possible.
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    For general information about the PNGS, visit the PNGS web site:

    http://www.math.washington.edu/~lee/PNGS

    It contains up-to-date information about this meeting,
    information about traveling to Vancouver, general information
    about the PNGS, and a historical record of all PNGS meetings
    and speakers.
     
    John M Lee, Jan 25, 2004
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