[GAP Forum] International conference, Auckland February 2005
e.obrien at auckland.ac.nz
Thu Nov 11 10:12:16 GMT 2004
Dear Gap Forum,
Geometry: Interactions with Algebra and Analysis
International conference, Auckland
14-18 February 2005
This international meeting is one of the key events of a Thematic
Program funded by the New Zealand Institute of Mathematics and its
Full details of the program and its related events, including a
workshop at Napier from 8-15 January 2005, can be found at
The following will deliver one-hour invited lectures:
* Arjeh Cohen (Eindhoven)
* Marston Conder (Auckland)
* Marcel Herzog (Tel Aviv)
* Rob Howlett (Sydney)
* Bill Kantor (Oregon)
* Laci Kovacs (Canberra)
* Gus Lehrer (Sydney)
* Martin Liebeck (Imperial College)
* Colin Maclachlan (Aberdeen)
* Gunter Malle (Kassel)
* Chuck Miller (Melbourne)
* Paul Norbury (Melbourne)
* Cheryl Praeger (University of Western Australia)
* Lawrence Reeves (Melbourne)
* Peter Schmid (Tuebingen)
* Carlo Scoppola (L'Aquila)
* Akos Seress (Ohio State University)
* Aner Shalev (Jerusalem)
Titles and abstracts for talks are available via the WEB site.
The conference will commence on Monday, 14 February, and finish on
Friday, 18 February. In addition to the invited lectures, there
will be an opportunity for contributed talks, of up to 25 minutes
in duration. See the WEB site for details.
A range of options, catering for most budgets and tastes, is available.
See the WEB site for details, including reservation links.
All unallocated accommodation held by us is released after
registrations close on December 10, 2004.
The WEB site for the meeting is
There you can register to participate and contribute a lecture.
It also includes information on accommodation, tourism,
and scholarships which may be available to both local
and international students.
Registrations close on December 10, 2004. Please register via the WEB site.
Since the meeting runs during high tourism season, we
encourage you to act now.
Eamonn O'Brien and Gaven Martin
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