The 2023 Midwest Dynamics Conference will take place at the University of Illinois Chicago on October 20-22, 2023.
- Aaron Calderon (U Chicago)
- Jacopo De Simoi (Toronto)
- Meg Doucette (U Chicago)
- Adi Glücksam (Northwestern)
- John Johnson Jr. (Ohio State)
- Sarah Koch (Michigan)
- Kathryn Mann (Cornell)
- Yankl (Jacob) Mazor (Stony Brook)
- Tina Torkman (U Chicago)
- Alex Wright (Michigan)
Location and Schedule:
Titles and Abstracts:
Titles and abstracts can be found here.
- Slides for Adi Glücksam's lecture can be found here.
- Please use the following form to register for the conference even if you are not requesting any funding as it helps with our planning: registration form.
Travel and accommodations support
- Travel and accommodations support is available for US-based participants from the National Science Foundation grant DMS-2230827. Priority will be given to graduate students, postdocs, and other early career mathematicians. Please apply by October 15th for full consideration.
- Reminder: if you are offered support and plan to fly to the meeting, you must fly on a US-based airline to be reimbursed for your flight.
Hotels, Parking, and Getting Around:
- The CTA Blue Line Train has a stop right by UIC's campus (the UIC-Halsted stop) which connects UIC directly to O'hare airport and numerous hotel and airbnb options throughout Chicago. Midway airport is also accessible from campus using the CTA trains and buses. A $5 day pass can be bought at any train station and can be used on both trains and buses.
- Hotel options include the Crowne Plaza hotel which is a convenient 20 minute walk to campus and the Congress Plaza hotel which is a 30 minute walk but right on the lake.
- The nearest visitor campus parking lot is the Halsted/Taylor Parking Structure (HLPS). More information, including parking maps and rates, can be found here. The conference will be on the east side of campus.
Richard Birkett, Ben Call, Alex Furman, Osama Khalil, Nicole Looper, Chris McCord, Wouter Van Limbeek.
We are grateful for the support of the National Science Foundation grant DMS-2230827.