REGISTRATION ON MONDAY FROM 10.00 TO 10.30!
Dates: JUNE 18 - 22th, 2012
The Conference on Geometry and Quantization of Moduli Spaces is the final major event of the Research Programme and also constitutes the 2012 Vector Bundles on Algebraic Curves (VBAC) meeting. It will cover the main topics of the Research Programme and aims to bring together leading experts to provide an up-to-date picture of the latest developments in the fi eld. It will thus provide an excellent opportunity for researchers to acquaint themselves with the latest developments. The participation of young researchers is an important objective of the organizers and will be particularly encouraged.
Luis Álvarez-Cónsul ICMAT-CSIC Madrid
Steven Bradlow University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Peter Gothen Universidade do Porto
Ignasi Mundet Universitat de Barcelona
Peter Newstead (Chair), Usha Bhosle, Steven Bradlow, Leticia Brambila-Paz, Ugo Bruzzo, Carlos Florentino, Oscar Garcia-Prada, Peter Gothen, Daniel Hernandez Ruiperez, Alastair King, Herbert Lange, Ignasi Mundet i Riera, Christian Pauly, Alexander Schmitt, Andras Szenes
Jorgen Andersen, Aarhus University (Denmark)
Dan Freed (University of Texas at Austin)
João Nunes, Instituto Superior Tecnico, Lisboa (Portugal)
Olivier Guichard, Université Paris Sud (France)
Nigel Hitchin, Oxford University (UK)
Kobi Kremnitzer, Oxford University (UK)
Julien Marché, École Polytechnique, Palaiseau (France)
Tony Pantev, University of Pennsylvania (USA)
Jacopo Stoppa, Cambridge University (UK)
Gang Tian, Princeton University (USA)
Nathalie Wahl, University of Copenhagen (Denmark)
Richard Wentworth, University of Maryland (USA)
Chris Woodward, Rutgers University (USA)
Registration includes: attendance to the lectures, documentation package, copy of the course notes, social dinner, cultural activity, and coffee breaks.
Registration fee: 300€
Deadline for registration and payment: June 10, 2012
IMPORTANT: To register click on one of the baskets at the beginning or at the end of the page.
There are between 8 and 10 time slots for oral presentations of 30 minutes. If you wish to submit a talk you will need to send the following information to Ms Núria Hernandez (firstname.lastname@example.org
) before May 1st:
-A title and abstract of your presentation
-Your last 5 most relevant publications (in case you do not have publications we will need you to send us the name of your Ph.D. Director).
We will send you an e-mail informing you whether your talk has been accepted as soon as a decision has been made by the Scientific Committee.
NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION GRANTS
Funding for graduate students and postdocs from US institutions is available through a grant from the US National Science Foundation.
Young researchers may apply for a grant and take advantage of a reduced registration fee and a lodging grant.
Awards are determined based on academic criteria and/or country of residence (giving special attention to advanced researchers from less favoured countries).
There are two grants available:
Full Grant: access to reduced registration + lodging (during the days of the activity in a shared apartment with another participant)
Registration Grant: access to reduced registration.
Reduced registration fee for either type of grant holders: 90€
Deadline for grant applications: May 1, 2012
IMPORTANT: Please note that your grant application will not be considered unless you send an email to Ms. Nuria Hernandez (email@example.com) with your CV attached (pdf format only, please). Late applications will not be accepted.
Participants awarded with accommodation grants will have their lodging arranged through the organisation. The remaining participants are encouraged to book their lodging as soon as possible:
For further information, please contact CRM Administration.