The 2017 Georgia International Topology Conference
will take place May 22 - June 2, 2017
at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia.
The Georgia International Topology Conference is a long-standing, octennial tradition. Its proceedings have often set the agenda for research in geometry and topology. The 2017 Conference will include dozens of speakers whose ideas have advanced the field over the last eight years. Over two weeks, the Conference will provide plenty of time for collaboration and for interaction between junior and senior researchers.
We ask all participants to register at the link above, where you can also apply for funding. Graduate students and other early career mathematicians, especially those from backgrounds traditionally underrepresented in mathematics, are encouraged to apply for funding. The conference is supported by a generous grant from the National Science Foundation (DMS-1719320) which will allow us to fund the participation of many graduate students and recent Ph. D.’s. The deadline for initial consideration for funding has passed but we may still consider requests for funding. Check out the dropdown menus above for more information, about the conference and about Athens.
Note that we will not make any particular effort to schedule the speakers according to mathematical themes, and that we encourage all speakers to aim their talks at a broad group of topologists.