MAGGC 2020

May 1-3, 2020

University of Illinois at Chicago

About MAGGC

  • CANCELLATION - Due to concerns about the COVID-19 outbreak, MAGGC 2020 is canceled.


  • Overview: The Midwest Algebraic Geometry Graduate Conference (MAGGC) provides an opportunity for graduate students in algebraic geometry and related fields to present their research. The conference will take place May 1-3 at UIC. Karl Schwede will give the plenary lecture.
  • Talk/Poster Submission: If you are interested in giving a talk or poster, please fill out this form in addition to the registration form. Talks will be 50 minutes long with time for questions. We welcome submissions in algebraic geometry and related fields, including (but not limited to) complex geometry, commutative algebra, representation theory, and number theory.
  • Funding: We have limited funding. While we expect to cover accommodation for all participants, we encourage participants to find their own funding for travel. For questions about funding or about the conference in general, please email maggcuic@gmail.com. To be considered for funding, the deadline to register is March 25.
  • Schedule: TBD
  • Food: There will be beverages and refreshments provided before the talks on Saturday and Sunday.
  • Organizers: