Collaborative Research: Conference: Great Lakes Mathematical Physics Meetings 2024-2025

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Peter D. Hislop Great Lakes Mathematical Physics Meetings 2024-2025 Great Lakes Mathematical Physics Meetings 2024-2025 1. Abstract This proposal is a collaborative conference proposal requesting participant support (travel) of the Great Lakes Mathematical Physics meetings in 2024 and 2025. The hosting of this annual meeting rotates around Michigan State University, Oberlin College, and the Uni- versity of Kentucky. MSU will host the 2024 meeting and UK will host the 2025 meeting. These are typically held over 3 days in June. The anticipated number of participants is 45. This meeting focuses on early-career mathematicians working in the ?eld of mathematical physics. It features invited talks, a mini-course, contributed talks by participants, and a career development panel. The Great Lakes Mathematical Physics (GLaMP) Meetings was started in 2016 at MSU. The annual meeting has been held, respectively, in June of 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2021, 2022, and 2023, on the campus of Michigan State University (MSU) in 2016-2018, Oberlin College in 2019, online in 2021, back at MSU in 2022, and at Oberlin College in 2023. After the 2024 meeting to be held at MSU, GLaMP is expanding to UK in 2025, and the University of Dayton in 2026. GLaMP Meetings have been partially supported by NSFs grants since 2017. The organizing committee for GLaMP consists of Christoph Marx (PI, Oberlin College), Je?rey Schenker (MSU), Peter Hislop (University of Kentucky), Jacob Shapiro, University of Dayton, and Ilya Kachkovskiy (MSU).
Effective start/end date4/15/243/31/26


  • National Science Foundation: $25,000.00


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