DIAMANT Symposium November 2015

Note: the conference center maintains a shuttle service between NS station Lunteren and the center: Thursday Nov 25 from 11:00-11:45 and Friday Nov 26 from 15.50 - 16.45.

On 26 and 27 November 2015 the DIAMANT Symposium will be held at Conference Center De Werelt, Lunteren,The Netherlands. The venue is at walking distance from railway station Lunteren.

Invited speakers include: Jop Briët (CWI), William Cook (U Waterloo), Neil Dummigan (U Sheffield), Iwan Duursma (U Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Viresh Patel (U Amsterdam), Sebastian Schoennenbeck (U Aachen) and Rainer Schulze-Pillot (U Saarbrucken).

The Diamant symposium includes a special afternoon (Friday afternoon) on "Lattices and automorphic forms".

How to contribute a talk
PhD students and postdocs are warmly welcomed to submit a contributed talk (30 mins.) to the symposium. In the registration form (see below) there is an option to submit title and abstract. Alternatively, after registration, a title+abstract can be sent to Robin de Jong at a later date.


A growing list with abstracts can be found here.  The programme starts Thursday at 11:00 AM and can be found here.

Conference fee + accommodation

There is partial DIAMANT support for DIAMANT members. DIAMANT members are full and associate professors listed here, as well as their research group members. 


The registration form can be found here.

Mathematics cluster DIAMANT

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