The featured speaker will be Mladen Bestvina of the University of Utah. He will give a series of three one-hour talks.
Participants are invited to contribute talks. The lengths of these talks will be approximately twenty minutes, and will depend on the number of requests we receive. A firm schedule will be in place a week or two before the workshop.
The registration fee for the workshop is $30. An NSF grant has been awarded to this workshop to help cover participants' costs. Limited funds are available to support travel and living expenses of participants who do not have other NSF funding for their research. Graduate students and recent Ph.D.s in geometric topology and geometric group theory are especially encouraged to apply for support.
May 2. Requests for financial support.
May 16. Request to give a contributed talk.
May 23. Abstracts for contributed talks.
A Proceedings of the conference will be published locally, after the conference ends.
The workshop is supported by the National Science Foundation and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Fredric Ancel, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, email@example.com
Dennis Garity, Oregon State University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Craig Guilbault, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, email@example.com
Frederick Tinsley, Colorado College, ftinsley@ColoradoCollege.edu
Gerard Venema, Calvin College, firstname.lastname@example.org
David Wright, Brigham Young University, email@example.com
Contact Craig Guilbault (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have questions about the workshop or comments about this web site.