Geometry and Mathematical Physics Workshop 2019

We are pleased to announce that Loughborough University will host a Workshop in Geometry and Mathematical Physics in March 2019.
Loughborough University Institute of Advanced Studies

Start: Wednesday 27th March 2019
Finish: Saturday 30th March 2019

This meeting is being hosted by the Loughborough Centre for Geometry and Applications as part of the ongoing Semester in Geometry. 
Financial support has been kindly provided by the Loughborough University Institute of Advanced Studies and a London Mathematical Society scheme 1 grant.
London Mathematical Society

Organisers:

  • Alan Thompson
  • Alexander Veselov

Speakers:

  • Hülya Argüz (Imperial College London)
  • Martina Balagovic (Newcastle)
  • Philip Candelas* (Oxford)
  • Oleg Chalykh (Leeds)
  • Leonid Chekhov (Michigan State)
  • Misha Feigin (Glasgow)
  • Giovanni Felder (ETH Zürich)
  • Sara Filippini (Imperial College London)
  • Iain Gordon (Edinburgh)
  • Mark Gross (Cambridge)
  • Martin Hallnas (Gothenburg)
  • Tyler Kelly (Birmingham)
  • Clélia Pech (Kent)
  • Sibylle Schroll (Leicester)
  • Michael Shapiro (Michigan State)
  • Johannes Walcher (Heidelberg)
Speakers marked with an asterisk (*) have not yet confirmed their attendance.

Registration and Financial Support
Registration is now open; please register by completing the form below:


We have some funds to support accommodation and/or travel expenses for young participants; such funding will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, with priority given to research students and those without access to other sources of funding. Persons wishing to apply for such funding should do so through the registration form; the deadline for applying for support is 31st January 2019.

Accommodation
Accommodation for invited speakers and young participants being supported by the conference will be arranged by the conference organisers. For all other participants, here are a few local accommodation options:
The closest rail station to the university is Loughborough; there are frequent trains to/from London St Pancras, Leicester, Nottingham, Derby, and Sheffield. The station is about 30 minutes walk from the university; there is also a bus (the Sprint bus) that runs from the station to the university every 10 minutes, throughout the day.

For any international visitors arriving by air, the closest airports are East Midlands Airport and London Luton Airport, both of which have a direct train connection to Loughborough. Beyond that, most of the London airports are fairly easy to reach, by rail via London.