Until recently, the Zassenhaus Group Theory Conference merged with the Ohio State-Denison Mathematics Conference in even-numbered years, with the group theorists meeting in the odd-numbered years at various locations around the country. The even-numbered year conferences held in Ohio originally included group theory, ring theory, and combinatorics (areas in which Hans Zassenhaus was active). 
The Ohio State University Department of Mathematics maintains a website with more information about the life and work of Hans Zassenhaus, as does MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive.

Related Conferences

Over the years there have been conferences organized and/or attended by regular attendees of the Zassenhaus Conference series.  Many of the programs and abstract booklets have been saved and are posted here for completion.

  • 2007: Symposium to Mark the 70th Birthday of Derek J. S. Robinson at Auburn University at Montgomery, Montgomery, AL; organized by Tuval Foguel and Matthew Ragland.  Program
  • 2002: The Creitz Conference on Group Theory at Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA; organized by Arny Feldman. Program