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August 2, 2009

Groupoidfest 09

Posted by John Baez

It’s coming up, sooner than you think!

  • Groupoidfest 09, October 24–25, 2009, Department of Mathematics, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, organized by Arlan Ramsay.

Talks will start on Saturday morning and end around noon on Sunday. There is still time available for more speakers. Contact Arlan Ramsay if you are interested in speaking or attending! He can send you hotel information.

The Groupoidfest has always featured a lot of interaction between groupoids and operator algebras. So, it may help you to know that this year it’s taking place a week after the West Coast Operator Algebra Seminar in Reno. Unfortunately, it’s timed to coincide with the East Coast Operator Algebras Symposium, which is being held at Texas A&M University.

(Texas? East Coast?)

Posted at August 2, 2009 9:36 AM UTC

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