A conference in celebration of the 60th Birthday of Bill Crawley-Boevey

Bill Crawley-Boevey

University of Manchester, 7-11th September 2020

In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, it may be that the conference will have to be postponed/cancelled or will be run online; we advise that you do not make any travel arrangements until a decision has been made about this.

This will be the 2020 London Mathematical Society Northern Regional Meeting and Conference.

Supported by the London Mathematical Society, by EPSRC Programme Grant EP/R034826/1, by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation in the framework of an Alexander von Humboldt Professorship, by the Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research and organised in partnership with the Clay Mathematics Institute.

Programme and Details

Talks will begin quite early on the morning of Monday 7th September and end late afternoon on Friday 11th September 2020. They will take place on the campus of the University of Manchester, see University of Manchester Maps and Travel page which also has information on travel to and around Manchester.

Speakers (acceptances to date): Lidia Angeleri-Hugel (Verona), Jenny August (MPI Bonn), Ulrich Bauer (TUM), Karin Baur (Leeds), Raphael Bennet-Tennenhaus (Leeds), Igor Burban (Paderborn), Ben Davison (Edinburgh), Harm Derksen (Michigan), Karin Erdmann (Oxford), Pavel Etingof (MIT), Victor Ginzburg (Chicago), Wassilij Gnedin (Bochum), Tamas Hausel (IST Austria), Andrew Hubery (Bielefeld), Gustavo Jasso (MPI Bonn), Bernhard Keller (Paris VII), Alastair King (Bath), Julian Kulshammer (Uppsala), Rosanna Laking (Verona), Hiroyuki Minamoto (Osaka), Amnon Neeman (ANU), Pierre-Guy Plamondon (Paris Sud), Jan Schroer (Bonn), Sibylle Schroll (Leicester), Spela Spenko (VUB), Michel Van den Bergh (Hasselt)

Details of the programme and schedule will be added in due course.

Registration

Registration will be opened early in 2020.

Accommodation

The University is 10-15 minutes' walk South of the City Centre and there are many hotels within a reasonable walking distance.

Here are some suggestions.

Ibis on Charles Street/Princess Street

Ibis on Portland Street

Budget Ibis on Pollard Street

Pendulum Hotel

Of these, the Ibis on Charles/Princess Street and Pendulum are closest to the Alan Turing Building. The following three are rather more expensive (the rooms at Roomzzz have cooking facilities).

Roomzzz (Manchester City)

Holiday Inn Express, Oxford Road

INNSIDE

Travel

The University of Manchester Maps and Travel page has useful information.

Manchester Airport lies on the South side of the city. There are regular, direct train services from the airport to the city centre (Manchester Piccadilly is the main station; some services will also stop at Manchester Oxford Road). A one-way ticket costs £4-£5, depending on the time of day.

Organising Committee

Scientific Committee

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