AlGeCom Day 9
AlGeCom is 9 days old!
The organizers at Loyola University would like to encourage interested faculty and students to attend this biannual, one day informal meeting of mathematicians from the University of Illinois, Purdue University, IUPUI, and nearby universities, with interests in Algebra, Geometry and Combinatorics (widely interpreted).
Date: November 9
Location: Cuneo Hall, Room 311 (bldg. 18 on map)
More Information: https://sites.google.com/site/algecomday/algecom9
Ryan Kinser (Northeastern)
Greg Musiker (Minnesota)
Steven Sam (Berkeley)
David Speyer (Michigan)
(Poster session in Cuneo 312)
Hal Schenck and Alexander Yong (UIUC)
Uli Walther and Saugata Basu (Purdue)
Evgeny Mukhin (IUPUI)
Peter Tingley (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Aaron Lauve (email@example.com)
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