BrAG is an established series of regular meetings of British algebraic geometers. Our goal is to create a series that further strengthens the British algebraic geometry community, and that integrates PG students and young researchers. The meetings will feature a number of pre-talks for graduate students, a poster session, and will include plenty of time for informal interactions between the participants.
The next BrAG meeting will take place at the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics in Cambridge on September 11-13, 2017.
Registration is open here.
Arend Bayer (Edinburgh)
Barbara Fantechi (SISSA)
Elham Izadi (UCSD)
James McKernan (UCSD)
Johannes Nicaise (Imperial and KU Leuven)
Dan Petersen (University of Copenhagen)
Jørgen Vold Rennemo (Oxford)
Gregory Sankaran (Bath)
Funding: We are grateful to the London Mathematical Society, EPSRC and the Clay Mathematics Institute for their support.
Organizers: Paolo Cascini (Imperial), Diane Maclagan (Warwick), Nicola Pagani (Liverpool), Julius Ross (Cambridge)
Scientific advisors: Tom Bridgeland (Sheffield), Ivan Cheltsov (Edinburgh), Mark Gross (Cambridge), Frances Kirwan (Oxford), Miles Reid (Warwick), Richard Thomas (Imperial)
Other Algebraic Geometry Networks in the UK
COW (Cambridge-Oxford-Warwick) Algebraic Geometry Seminar
GLEN (Highland Cow)