Organizers: İzzet Coşkun (U. Illinois at Chicago), Howard Nuer (U. Illinois at Chicago), Aaron Bertram (U. Utah), Jack Huizenga (Penn State U.), Emanuele Macri (Northeastern U.)
Registration: Registration is free and open to everyone. If you are planning to attend, please register by October 30, 2019 by filling out the registration form here. There may be limited funds available for graduate students and post-docs. If you would like to be considered for financial aid, please apply by October 15, 2019 and have a short recommendation letter from your advisor be forwarded to email@example.com
Registered participants: You can find a list of registered participants here
4:00-5:00 Katrina Honigs
5:15-6:00 Matteo Altavilla
9:00-10:00 Alina Marian
10:15-11:15 Alina Marian
11:30-12:15 Marin Petkovic
2:00-2:45 Ryan Takahashi
2:55-3:40 Sayanta Mandal
4:00-5:15 Alex Perry
9:30-10:30 Isabel Vogt
10:30-11:30 Eric Larson
The lectures will take place at Lecture Center C2. See the campus map for directions
Titles and Abstracts: The titles and abstracts can be found here
Accommodations: We will make hotel reservations directly for speakers and participants receiving support from the conference. All other participants should make their own arrangements. We will not call you and ask for your credit card information. Please beware of scams.
Important Information about Travel Reimbursement : Visitors who will receive funding from NSF must fly a US carrier in order to receive airfare reimbursement. When US carriers have code-share agreements with foreign carriers, you may use a foreign carrier only if the flight number has a US carrier name. If you are not a US citizen or permanent resident, please do not make your own travel arrangements, but contact us for travel arrangements.
We are greatful for the generous support of the University of Illinois at Chicago, the Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science, the Visitors' Fund and the National Science Foundation. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.