AGNES Rutgers 2022

The Spring 2022 workshop took place Friday and Saturday, May 20-21 in Room 2400 in the Rutgers Academic Building (East Building) at the College Avenue campus of Rutgers University, in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

This conference was made possible by support from the National Science Foundation.


Getting around

The Heldrich hotel, where many of the participants will be staying, is a 15-20 minute walk from the Rutgers Academic Building, where the talks will be taking place. The Mathematics Department is located in the Hill Center Building on Busch campus.

Walking Directions from the Heldrich hotel to the conference location at the Academic Building

Local conference map with restaurants, coffee shops, parking, etc

Regional map with train station, airport, etc

Campus shuttle busses (free)


Complimentary parking is available for conference participants, however you will need to register your vehicle in advance! The procedure is fairly quick, and you can do it here:

After registering, participants will be able to park at the following lots during the conference:

Lot 26, Sicard Street, between Bartlett St and Morrell St (

Lot 30, corner of Ray St and Sicard St (

College Avenue Parking Deck, 622 George St (

These are all a roughly 5 minute walk from the conference building (see the map


Non-Rutgers participants will be able to access the internet while at the conference using the network "RUWireless" and signing in as a guest.

Participants will also have access to the "eduroam" network as well (make sure to first obtain access at your local institution if you prefer to use this network).

Financial support: Funds are available for travel and will be awarded based on need as our budget will allow, with preference given to junior participants.

Registration: Please register here:

Please apply (the registration form is not too long!)

The registration deadline is April 13, 2022.


AGNES is a series of weekend workshops in algebraic geometry. One of our goals is to introduce graduate students to a broad spectrum of current research in algebraic geometry. AGNES is held twice a year at the participating universities in the Northeast.

Organizing committee:

Lev Borisov (Rutgers), Anders Buch (Rutgers), Angela Gibney (U Penn), Daniel Krashen (U Penn).