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G3 conference on March 27-30, 2014, Pensacola, Florida.


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The next G3 conference will take place there on Thursday-Sunday, March 27-30, 2014. Come on Wednesday, March 26, or earlier. We start in the morning on Thursday, and finish by noon on Sunday. The talks will be at the hotel. As usual, we will begin with several educational talks. Those are meant to be introductory talks in areas related to geometric group theory and intended for general audience. If you are giving one, don't be affraid to make it easy.

Organizers: Igor Belegradek, Ben McReynolds, Igor Mineyev. We are grateful for the support from the National Science Foundation. No registration fee is required for the conference. Do not be affraid to meet people whom you see for the first time. This has been intentionally arranged for the purpose of interaction.

A preliminary list of participants: Hyungryul [Harry] Baik (Cornell), Igor Belegradek (Georgia Tech), Noel Brady (Oklahoma U), William Carter (Oklahoma U), Jose Carrion (Penn State), Arman Darbinyan (Vanderbilt), Karel Dekimpe (KU Leuven, Belgium), Jonas Dere (KU Leuven, Belgium), Frederico Franceschini (University of Pisa, Italy), Sebastian Hensel (U of Chicago), Aditi Kar (Oxford, UK), Martin Kassabov (Cornell), Jay Leach (Florida State), Sang-Jin Lee (Konkuk University, Korea), Eon-Kyung Lee (Sejong University, Korea), Ben McReynolds (Purdue), Kathryn Mann (U of Chicago), Jon McCammond (UC Santa Barbara), Igor Mineyev (UIUC), Ivan Mineyev (Urbana MS, IL), Roman Mineyev (Urbana MS, IL), Mark Pengitore (Purdue), Andy Putman (Rice), Jenya Sapir (Stanford), Victor Schroeder (Zurich, Switzerland), Ignat Soroko (Oklahoma), Leona Sparaco (Florida State), Timothy Susse (CUNY), Christopher Adam Stover (Florida State), Krzysztof Swiecicki (Texas A&M), Caglar Uyanik (UIUC), Alina Vdovina (Newcastle, UK), Alden Walker (Chicago), Kevin Wortman (U of Utah).

If you'd like to receive future G3 announcements (about once a year), please send a brief request to mineyev math uiuc edu. If you are planning to attend this conference, send an email to dmcreyn gmail com.

Hotel information.

Days Inn Pensacola Beachfront,
16 Via de Luna, Pensacola Beach, Florida.
Phone (800)934-3301 (toll-free) or (850)934-3300. The conference room is in the same hotel.

All hotel questions should be addressed to Igor Belegradek (ib math gatech edu) who will arrange hotel registration for all participants; please email him your arrival/departure info as well as special hotel requests, if any.

Due to limited funds, the general expectation is that junior participants will share the room (a standard motel room with 2 beds). A participant can have a room all to himself/herself but in that case half of the room needs to be paid from other sources (else the conference will run out of money).

Schedule and abstracts.

Giving a talk, travel/accommodations support.

We welcome interested graduate students, recent Ph.D., women, and minorities to apply. If you are interested in giving a talk at the G3 conference or to be supported for travel/accommodation, please send an email at dmcreyn gmail com with a short description of your research, an abstract of the proposed talk, and any other information you find relevant. Mention if you are planning to attend, and whether this is contingent upon travel support from G3. A certain time during the conference will be devoted to poster sessions/discussions; please do use this option. Participants are encouraged to bring their articles/preprints (one or multiple copies); there will be a designated place to display them for the duration of the conference.

G3 sweatshirts

are available at the conference. They are similar to this one, these, those, or those ones. The price will be about $13-$15.


Past G3 Conferences