The 2008 Graduate Student Topology Conference will be held at the University of Illinois on March 29th and 30th. Keynote lectures by:

Mike Hopkins (Harvard University)
Yael Karshon (University of Toronto)

Now in its sixth year, the GSTC is an opportunity for graduate students from across the country working in geometry and topology to share their work with one-another. It is open to students who are in their final year of study as well as first-years who may still be deciding on their field. Talks can be either be expository in nature or present original research. Please Note:

  • The conference will be held on March 29 and 30!
  • Some funding may still be available for late registrations; please register soon to apply for this funding.
  • The conference will be held on March 29 and 30 in the Siebel Center on the University of Illinois campus. The conference begins at 9am on Saturday (talks begin at 10am) and will end around 1pm on Sunday. If you do not register on the website, you are still welcome to come on the day of the conference.

Talk Abstracts


Previous Conferences:
  • 2007: University of Chicago
  • 2006: Indiana University
The 2008 conference is being supported by a generous grant from the National Science Foundation.