Bloomington Geometry Workshop
April 13-15, 2001
Indiana University
Bloomington, Indiana

The Indiana University Mathematics Department will host
a gathering of geometers on the weekend of April 13-15, 2001.
The purpose of the gathering is to foster interaction between
mathematicians whose combined interests span a large swath
of the geometric spectrum.


The mathematics department is housed in Rawles Hall
at the intersection of 3rd Street and Woodlawn Avenue.
The red star on this map indicates this location.
Click for detailed information on travel by plane and car.

All talks will take place in room 140 of Swain Hall East,
the building that is immediately west of Rawles Hall.

Schedule of talks:




Electronic Registration:

If you plan to join us, then please register electronically.

The Best of Bloomington Theatre:

The internationally recognized Indiana University School of Music
will present Leonard Bernstein's Candide on both Friday and Saturday night,
April 13 and April 14. On those same nights the excellent University Theatre
will present Gilbert and Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance.
More information on these and other events.


Blocks of rooms have been set aside at

Restaurants and Coffee:

The restaurants near the University serve a wide variety of cuisines including:
Afghan, Ethiopian, Indian, Moroccan, Thai, and Tibetan.
Many restaurants have fare amenable to vegetarian diets,
and one can find a decent cup of coffee in town.


We might receive support from the National Science Foundation
to enable us to reimburse the expenses of a limited number of participants.
To apply for support, please register electronically.

Contact information:

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to send e-mail to one of the organizers: