2016 Bloomington Geometry Workshop
Indiana University, Bloomington
April 8 - 10,
The geometry group at Indiana University will again host an April workshop with the help of the National Science Foundation and the Department of Mathematics. The aim of the gathering is to foster interaction among mathematicians having diverse geometric interests.
The workshop will begin on Friday, April 8th, at 4:00 pm with a colloquium lecture by:
The workshop continues on Saturday and Sunday with lectures by:
- Jeff Diller (University of Notre Dame)
- Wouter Van Limbeek (University of Michigan)
- Priyam Patel (Purdue University)
- Roland Roeder (Indiana-Purdue University, Indianapolis)
- Giulio Tiozzo (Yale University)
- Susan Tolman (University of Illinois)
- Shi Wang (The Ohio State University)
Schedule of Talks available HERE
Titles and Abstracts available HERENSF support:
We will be able to reimburse the travel and local expenses of many participants. The funding of graduate students and recent PhDs will receive priority. To apply for support, please register.
Registration:If you plan to join us, then please register electronically.
Between talks & after hours:
- Restaurants and Coffee: There are many restaurants near the University, with a wide variety of cuisines including: Afghan, Burmese, Eritrean, Indian, Moroccan, Thai, and Tibetan. Most have fare amenable to vegetarian diets, and one can find a decent cup of coffee in town.
- Entertainment: On Friday and Saturday, the IU opera theatre will be performing “Oklahoma! by Rodgers and Hammerstein II .” We also plan a fine-dining opportunity for participants and friends on Saturday.
Unfortunately, there do not seem to be any vacancies in hotels in Bloomington for this weekend. If you have not already booked a room, you may be able to find accommodations in private homes through Airbnb. Please act quickly because even these accommodations are filling up.
The mathematics department is housed in Rawles Hall, the building just west of the intersection of 3rd Street and Woodlawn Avenue on the north side of 3rd Street.
The red pin on this map indicates the intersection of 3rd Street and Woodlawn Avenue.
Detailed information on travel by plane and car.