Pictures from previous gee cubes.


The next G3 is on March 25-28, 2010, Pensacola Beach, Florida.


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Plan on coming. It is best to arrive not later than the evening of Wednesday, March 24, and to leave not earlier than Sunday noon, March 28. We plan to start in the morning on Thursday and to finish talks around noon on Sunday. The rest of Sunday (and any time after) will be devoted to informal discussions among those surviving longer.

No registration fee is required for the conference. We are grateful for the support from National Science Foundation.

Do not be affraid to meet people whom you see for the first time. This has been intentionally arranged for the purpose of interaction.

Organizers: Josh Barnard, Igor Belegradek, Igor Mineyev.

A very incomplete list of people attending the conference:
the above organizers, Khalid Bou-Rabee (U. Chicago), Leah Childers (LSU), Pallavi Dani (LSU), Tara Davis (Vanderbilt), John Donnelly, (U. Southern Indiana), James Forehand (UC Davis), Mark Hagen (McGill), Mile Krajcevski (U. South Florida), Joel Louwsma (Caltech), Natasa Macura (Trinity U), Dustin Mayeda (UC Davis), Ben McReynolds (U. Chicago), Atish Mitra (Ben Gurion), Denis Osin (Vanderbilt), Tim Riley (Cornell), Bobby Ramsey (IUPUI), Alexandra Pettet (U. Michigan), Mark Sapir (Vanderbilt), Dan Silver (U. South Alabama), Juan Souto (U. Michigan), Stefan Wenger (UIC), Jim West (Cornell), Nina White, (U. Michigan), Susan Wiliams (U. South Alabama), Xiangdong Xie (Georgia Southern), Robert Young (IHES).

If you think of coming for the conference, please send us a short note at ib math gatech edu. This will help our planning. ("Yes, I am coming", "Maybe I am coming", "I am coming with probability ...%" are accepted and appreciated.)

Abstracts and schedule

Here are the abstracts and schedule.

For those willing to attend and participate, an itroductory Mathematical Origami Class will be given by Ivan Mineyev, Roman Mineyev, and Yukimi Oishi on Thursday at 4.50pm. They will try to keep it as mathematical as possible. We will provide origami paper, but if you have your own, feel free to bring it.

Hotel information.

Days Inn Pensacola Beachfront, 16 Via de Luna, Pensacola Beach, Florida. Phone (800)934-3301 (toll-free) or (850)934-3300. Please call to reserve a room as soon as possible, preferably right now. The rooms should be possible to share. Mention the group name when calling: G3.

The conference room is in the same hotel.

If you'd like to give a talk.

We welcome interested graduate students, recent Ph.D., women, and minorities to apply. There are several time slots and some (limited) travel/accommodation support available. If you are interested in giving a talk at the G3 conference or to be supported for travel, please send us an email at ib math gatech edu with a short description of your research, an abstract of the proposed talk, and any other information you find relevant. Please keep in mind that this is a small conference, which unfortunately means that many of the applicants will not have an opportunity for a talk or to be supported for travel.

Certain time during the conference will be devoted to poster sessions/discussions; please use this option. There will also be a place designated for article/preprints for the duration of the conference; participants are very much encouraged to bring them (one or multiple copies).


Past G3 Conferences