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Meeting Type: conference
Contact: Scott Bailey, Daniel Davis, Robin Koytcheff, Peter Oman
Lloyd Roeling Topology Conference
November 10-12, 2017
University of Louisiana at Lafayette (UL)
The annual University of Louisiana at Lafayette Lloyd Roeling Conference, whose focus this year is topology (including both geometric topology and homotopy theory), will have the following invited speakers*:
Ettore Aldrovandi (Florida State)
Shaun Ault (Valdosta State)
Scott Bailey (Clayton State)
Jeremy Brazas (West Chester University)
Saul Glasman (Minnesota)
Shelly Harvey (Rice) - to be confirmed
Jennifer Hom (Georgia Tech)
Rafal Komendarczyk (Tulane)
Samuel Lisi (Mississippi)
Duane Randall (Loyola University New Orleans)
Mentor Stafa (Tulane)
Nathaniel Stapleton (Kentucky/Regensburg)
David Shea Vela-Vick (LSU)
* there will be a slight-but-negligible variance in talk lengths
Also, the departmental Colloquium on Nov. 9th will be given by
Saul Glasman (Minnesota).
Additionally, the conference will have 7 student talks that are 15- or 20-minutes long for advanced undergraduates and Master's-level students advancing to a Ph.D. to be done not at their current institution. There will be 3 prizes of $125, $100, and $75 for these talks. Further planning for them is underway, with priority given to students at speakers' institutions.
The conference will start on Friday (the 10th) around 1 p.m. and end on Sunday around noon/12:15 p.m.
Information about the conference, as it becomes available, will be posted at
Some more information about the conference and UL follows.
In the Carnegie classification, UL is designated as having "Higher Research Activity" and, in the NSF's 2015 HERD rankings for the mathematical sciences, UL's math department was 80th.
The conference budget is modest: our annual tradition since 1970 is that, while there isn't funding for the travel and lodging expenses of speakers and participants, there will be nice (perhaps "classical and contemporary") Cajun-style dinners on Friday and Saturday nights (respectively) provided for by the Lloyd Roeling Conference Fund and the Math Dept.
Daniel, on behalf of the Organizing Committee:
Scott Bailey (Clayton State), Daniel Davis (UL),
Robin Koytcheff (UL), and Peter Oman (Southeast Missouri State)
Meeting Type: conference
Contact: Driss Bennis
We are pleased to announce the "first edition" of the International Conference on Algebra and Related Topics (ICART 2018).
ICART 2018 will be held from the 2nd to the 5th of July 2018 at the Faculty of Sciences, Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco.
ICART 2018 will cover various research areas presented in the following three sessions:
- Applied and Computational Homology in Topology, Algebra and Geometry (ACHTAG)
- Homological Algebra, Modules, Rings and Categories (HAMRC)
- Linear and Multilinear Algebra and Function Spaces (LMAFS)
Please, see the website* http://www.fsr.ac.ma/icart2018/ to get more information including the list of Plenary Speakers. Registration will start in October 2017. Deadlines and more information will be also given in October.
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