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conference and summer school GAP XVI on "Lie theory and applications to physics"

created by tortorella on 23 Nov 2017

29 may 2018 - 2 jun 2018

West University of Timisoara, Romania

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Dear all,

We are glad to announce the conference and summer school GAP XVI on "Lie theory and applications to physics" to be held at The West University of Timisoara, Romania, from Tuesday May 29 to Saturday June 2, 2018.

There will be support for travel and housing dedicated to young US participants. We strongly encourage participants to apply for support as early as possible. Please note that the deadline for support applications is on Friday February 15, 2018. See

Mini-course speakers:
- Anton Alekseev (Genève)
- Philip Boalch (Orsay)
- Eckhard Meinrenken (Toronto)

Invited speakers:
- Ruggero Bandiera (Roma)
- Daniel Beltita (Bucharest)
- Ion Cotaescu (Timisoara)
- Benjamin Enriquez (Strasbourg)
- Vladimir Fock (Strasbourg)
- Stefan Haller (Vienna)
- Bas Janssens (Delft)
- Madeleine Jotz (Göttingen)
- Jianghua Lu (Hong Kong)
- Gwenael Massuyeau (Dijon)
- Nikita Nikolaev (Toronto)
- Pavol Severa (Genève)
- Reyer Sjamaar (Cornell)
- Alice Barbara Tumpach (Lille 1)
- Milen Yakimov (Louisiana)

- Anton Alekseev (Genève)
- Victor Ambruş (Timisoara)
- Cosmin Crucean (Timisoara)
- Mathieu Stiénon (Penn State)
- Cornelia Vizman (Timisoara)
- Yannick Voglaire (Luxembourg)
- Ping Xu (Penn State)

GAP XVI is supported by:
- The Department of Mathematics at Penn State University
- The West University of Timisoara
- The grant MODFLAT of the European Research Council (ERC)
- The National Science Foundation (NSF)

For more information, please visit the conference webpage

Best regards, Yannick Voglaire

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