The Midwest Topology Seminar has run since the middle 1960's, meeting Fall, Winter and Spring of most years. Originating in the desire of topologists in Chicago in the mid 1960s to meet to discuss recent developments, it grew into a meeting of algebraic and geometric topologists from the whole great lakes, upper midwest, region, regularly drawing participants from Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ontario, Ohio, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Kansas. Speakers are drawn from around the world, though, naturally, the majority come from the region. It is an especially useful way for students to make contacts.
Six speakers will give 1-hour talks:
Please visit the seminar's website to register. This will help us plan a successful meeting.
Courtesy of the National Science Foundation, we expect to support travel and lodging expenses for some participants, especially graduate students and junior faculty without other sources of funding. Women and members of historically underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply.
Please request funding through the application page. The deadline for funding requests is Friday May 1.
Contact Dan Isaksen at email@example.com for questions.
Lists of meetings: Here are some sources for information about conferences in the field.
Midwest Topology Seminar Mailing List:
The MWTOPSEM mailing list has been retired. Announcements are now made through this web page, through Don Davis' AlgTop-L list , and through Alg-Top Conf Niles Johnson's list of upcoming conferences.
These are the home institutions of the regular participants in the Seminar.
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