Great Lakes K-theory Conference, XI

The eleventh annual Great Lakes K-theory Conference will be held April 22-23, 2006, at the University of Illinois at Chicago. The conference is being organized locally by Henri Gillet with the help and scientific advice of Eric Friedlander, Rick Jardine, and Manfred Kolster.

If you might come, please let Henri Gillet <> know.

The conference is generously funded by the National Science Foundation. 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.


NOTE: All talks will be held in SEO 636, refreshments will be served in SEO 300 (The math common room).

The Math department at UIC is located in the Science and Engineering Office building (SEO) at 851 S. Morgan Street, Chicago.


Getting there:

The web page contains directions to campus and campus maps.

Here is a google map with a satellite picture of the building.

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Previous Great Lakes K-theory conferences: