2006 Bloomington Geometry Workshop
Indiana University, Bloomington
April 7-9, 2006
The geometry group at Indiana University will again host an April workshop with pending help of the
National Science Foundation
Department of Mathematics
. The aim of the gathering is to foster interaction among mathematicians having diverse geometric interests.
The workshop will begin on Friday, April 7, at 4:00 pm with a colloquium lecture:
The workshop continues on Saturday and Sunday with lectures by the following confirmed speakers:
Denis Auroux (MIT)
Manfred Einsiedler (Ohio State University)
Mohammad Ghomi (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Nikolai Ivanov (Michigan State Univeristy)
Gregory Margulis (Yale University)
Karin Melnick (University of Chicago)
Ben Schmidt (University of Michigan)
Juan Souto (University of Chicago)
Anna Wienhard (Institute of Advanced Study)
Schedule of TalksRegistration:
For a list of titles and abstracts as a pdf file, please click here.
If you plan to join us, please register electronically.
Note: Due to computer error many previous registrations have been lost.
If you have already registered and not heard back from an organizer, please register again.
With pending support of the NSF, we will be able to reimburse the travel
and local expenses of many junior participants.
Between talks & after hours
Restaurants and Coffee:
There are many
near the University, with a wide variety of cuisines including: Afghan, Burmese, Eritrean, Indian, Moroccan, Thai, and Tibetan. Most have fare amenable to vegetarian diets, and one can find a decent cup of
The internationally recognized Indiana University School of Music presents George Bizet's opera
on both Friday and Saturday nights (4/7, 4/8).
Courtyard by Marriott
, a 15 minute walk from the Math Dept.
(Rooms might not be available)
Indiana Memorial Union
, a pleasant and convenient hotel on campus.
, a less expensive choice on the east side of campus, a straightforward 15-20 minute walk to Math Dept.
(Please mention the `Geometry Workshop')
- The College Motor Inn, a less expensive choice near the town square, a pleasant 15 minute walk from Math Dept.
, inexpensive, 1.5 miles northwest of the Math Dept.
Location and Directions:
The mathematics department is housed in
, the building just west of the intersection of 3rd Street and Woodlawn Avenue on the north side of 3rd Street.
All talks will take place in
Swain Hall East, Room 140,
the building immediately west of Rawles Hall.
Please contact one of the organizers with any questions: