DIAMANT symposium31-5-2012 - 1-6-2012
The Spring DIAMANT symposium of 2012 takes place at Thursday May 31 and Friday June 1st, at Hotel Veldenbos in Nunspeet. Back to calendar
Invited speakers include Friedrich Eisenbrand (EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland), Christiane Frougny (LIAFA, Jussieu, Paris), Sam Payne (Yale University, New Haven) and Ronald de Wolf (CWI, Amsterdam).
More information can be obtained from the symposium website.
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