WAGS at Pomona is being postponed until the Fall term.
The Spring 2020 edition of the Western Algebraic Geometry Symposium (WAGS) will be held at Pomona College on 3–4 April 2020. You can register here. Financial assistance is available and can be requested via the registration process.
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The next meeting of the Southern California Algebraic Geometry Seminar (SoCalAGS) will take place on Saturday, 29 February 2020, at University of California, San Diego. Speakers are:
Fabio Bernasconi (Utah)
Nathaniel Bottman (USC)
David Stapleton (UCSD)
Maria Yakerson (Regensburg)
Please register. It’s free and helps us to demonstrate appetite for this seminar.
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The action-packed Fall 2019 meeting of the Western Algebraic Geometry Symposium (WAGS) will take place at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.
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Daniel Bragg, Berkeley
Kristin DeVleming, UCSD
Eric Ramos, Oregon
Stefan Schreieder, Munich
Isabel Vogt, Stanford
Jakub Witaszek, Michigan
Registration is free; funding is available for graduate students.
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The fall 2019 meeting of the Southern California Algebraic Geometry Seminar (SoCalAGS) will take place at the University of Southern California (USC) on Saturday 5 October.
The epic slate of speakers is:
Nivedita Bhaskhar (USC)
Stefano Filipazzi (UCLA)
Michail Savvas (UCSD)
Stefan Schreieder (Munich)
Registration is free. Please register, not least because you will get information about … parking.
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The new year will begin with a Complex Algebraic Geometry conference at UCSD in La Jolla. Registration is free, and there are some funds for graduate students and postdocs.
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The next Southern California Algebraic Geometry Seminar takes place at UCLA on Saturday, 17 November 2018. More information is available at the seminar webpage.
Our excellent slate of speakers is:
Eva Bayer (Lausanne)
Daniel Bragg (Berkeley)
Marc Hoyois (USC)
Junliang Shen (MIT)
Registration is free and very simple. Please register here.
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The Fall 2018 meeting of the Western Algebraic Geometry Symposium (WAGS) will take place this weekend at the University of Oregon in Eugene.
Registration is free, and in addition to the usual program of stimulating talks, there will be a poster session.
Roya Beheshti (Washington in St. Louis)
Laure Flapan (Northeastern)
Eugene Gorsky (UC Davis)
Raman Parimala (Emory)
Mark Shoemaker (Colorado State)
Botong Wang (Wisconsin)
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