Great Lakes K-theory Conference, X

The tenth annual Great Lakes K-theory Conference will be held May 8 - 9, 2004, at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The conference is being organized locally by Dan Grayson and Randy McCarthy with the help and scientific advice of Eric Friedlander, Rick Jardine, and Manfred Kolster.

For planning the banquet, it would be helpful if you would let Dan Grayson <> know by Wednesday, May 5, that you would like to attend.

This time we are pleased to announce that the conference is generously funded by the National Science Foundation and the University of Illinois. At least half of the funds made available by the NSF grant must go to US-based graduate students, junior faculty, underrepresented groups and/or otherwise unsupported individuals, so we are eager to receive applications for financial support from such individuals.

To apply for support, please send email to Dan Grayson <>, estimating your expenses and stating what other monetary support is potentially available to you. Please include references to publications and/or solicit a brief email letter of reference from an advisor or mentor. US-based Graduate students are especially encouraged to apply. For full consideration please submit your application by March 26, 2004. If you miss the deadline, don't hesitate to apply after that date, for there may be cancellations or not enough applications.


The talks will take place in Altgeld Hall, 1409 W. Green St., Urbana, IL 61801, in room 245. The refreshments will be served in room 321 upstairs, and that room can serve as a gathering place before the talks.


Getting there:

See for instructions on traveling to the University of Illinois.

Web page:

See for up to date information.

Previous Great Lakes K-theory conferences: