A Yorkshire and Durham Geometry Day will take place on Friday March 6, 2015 in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Durham University. The timetable is as follows:
10:45 Coffee Mathematics Department Common Room CM211
11:30 Michiel van den Berg (Bristol) in CG218
12:30 Lunch break
1:50 Leave from CM211
2:00 Antoine Choffrut (Edinburgh) in CG218
3:00 Tea break in CM211
3:30 Lu Wang (Imperial) in CG218
4:40 John Smillie (Warwick/Cornell) in CG218
6:00 Leave for dinner at the The Capital from CM211
Travel: Durham is easy to get to by car and train, and so is the Department of Mathematics, located on the Science Site. Click here for relevant information.
If you intend to drive to Durham, please inform one of the Durham organisers, who will arrange for a car parking permit for you.
Yorkshire and Durham Geometry Days are jointly organised by the Universities of Durham, Leeds and York, and occur at a frequency of three meetings per academic year. Financial support is provided by the London Mathematical Society through a Scheme 3 grant, currently administered by the University of York. A record of previous meetings may be found here.
The local organizers are: