DIAMANT/EIDMA Symposium May 2008
On 29 and 30 May 2008
Symposium will be held at Kasteel Oud-Poelgeest
The invited speakers are: Mai Gehrke (RU Nijmegen), Thomas Hales (University of Pittsburgh), Dietrich Notbohm (VU Amsterdam), and DIAMANT-postdocs Peter Csorba (TU Eindhoven), Nicole Immorlica (CWI Amsterdam), and Lenny Taelman (Leiden). We encourage Ph.D. students to propose talks for the remaining time slots.
How to contribute a talk
In your registration form
you can propose
to give a talk (submit title and abstract). The closing date for talk
proposals is 2 May, as is the closing date for early registration
(with reduced fee). If too many talks are proposed, the DIAMANT and EIDMA boards will make a
is now available.
Conference fee + accommodation
There is partial DIAMANT support for DIAMANT members (conference
fee and part of the accommodation) and limited support for EIDMA
members (conference fee)---provided that they register before 2 May 2008
. DIAMANT members are full and associate
professors listed here
, as well as
their research group members. Exact prices are listed on the registration page
Please fill out the form on the registration
The symposium is to be held at Kasteel Oud-Poelgeest
. For travel information, see
Mathematics cluster DIAMANT
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VICI grant for Nikhil Bansal26-9-2018
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