Symmetry and Geometry in South Florida Conference to be held in February

Authored on January 12, 2023 by Justin Wisby
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Hosted by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Florida International University, the conference titled "Symmetry and Geometry in South Florida" is scheduled from February 16 to 18, 2024. This event aims to serve as a key regional meeting for the southeastern United States, with a special focus on South Florida, offering insights into contemporary research in Riemannian Geometry.

The conference will feature a range of speakers, including:

  • Izar Alonso (Rutgers)
  • Karen Butt (Chicago)
  • Simon G. Chiossi (Universidade Federal Fluminense)
  • McFeely Jackson Goodman (Colby College)
  • Jorge Lauret (Córdoba):
  • Catherine Searle (Wichita State Univ.)
  • Cynthia Will (Córdoba)

These speakers will cover various aspects of Symmetry and Geometry, offering diverse perspectives from both established researchers and emerging scholars.

The conference is organized by a committee of distinguished mathematicians:

  • Anna Fino (Florida International University & University of Torino)
  • Gueo Grantcharov (Florida International University)
  • Michael Jablonski (University of Oklahoma)
  • Samuel Lin (University of Oklahoma)

The event is sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF), award number 2350239. This support highlights the conference's significance in advancing mathematical research.

For those interested in attending, registration details and the full conference schedule can be found on the official webpage: Symmetry and Geometry in South Florida.

The "Symmetry and Geometry in South Florida" conference represents a significant opportunity for those in the field of mathematics to engage with the latest research, network with peers, and contribute to the advancement of Riemannian Geometry.