GAGTA 2021 will be held at the ICMS Edinburgh from June 7 to June 11.
GAGTA 2020 was replaced with an online "miniGAGTA". This included "prize questions"; solving a prize question by GAGTA 2021 will be rewarded with a fantastic prize! Details of the talks and a list of the prize questions can be found here.
This is the 14th installment of the international series of Geometric and Asymptotic Group Theory with Applications (GAGTA) conferences, whose history and manifesto can be found here. The conference has taken place in Asia (South Korea), Australia, several countries in Europe (Spain, Germany, France), Israel in 2019, and in the US. This will be the first UK-based GAGTA!
Registration for GAGTA2021 will open nearer the time, in 2021.
Financial support will be available for Early Career researchers.
There will be opportunities for contributed talks.
A tentative list of speakers is the following:
Yago Antolín (Madrid)
Tara Brendle (Glasgow)
Indira Chatterji (Nice)
Victor Chepoi (Marseille)
Vincent Delecroix (Bordeaux)
Anna Erschler (ENS, Paris)
Albert Garreta-Fontelles (Bilbao)
Anthony Genevois (Paris-Sud)
Meng-Che "Turbo" Ho (Purdue)
David Hume (Oxford)
Aditi Kar (Royal Holloway)
Olga Kharlampovich (CUNY, New York)
Ian Leary (Southampton)
Markus Lohrey (Siegen)
Alexander Olshanskii (Vanderbilt)
Damian Osajda (Wroclaw)
Chloé Perin (Hebrew U. Jerusalem)
Tim Riley (Cornell)
Jenya Sapir (SUNY Binghamton)
Nicholas Touikan (New Brunswick)
Reidun Twarok (York)
Henry Wilton (Cambridge)
For further information please contact gagta2020 (at) gmail (dot) com.
Martin Bridson (Oxford)
Montserrat Casals-Ruiz (UPV Bilbao)
Jim Howie (Heriot-Watt)
Sarah Rees (Newcastle)
Pascal Weil (LaBRI Bordeaux)
Oleg Bogopolski (Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf)
Laura Ciobanu (Heriot-Watt)
Volker Diekert (Universität Stuttgart)
Ilya Kapovich (Hunter College, CUNY)
Olga Kharlampovich (Hunter College, CUNY)
Alexei Miasnikov (Stevens Institute of Technology)
Tatiana Nagnibeda (Geneva)
Vladimir Shpilrain (The City College, CUNY)
Enric Ventura (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya)
Pascal Weil (CNRS and Université de Bordeaux)
We acknowledge the generous support of the ICMS (International Centre of Mathematical Sciences in Edinburgh), the Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Sciences, and the National Science Foundation (NSF).