Cascade Topology Seminar
- Start Date: 11/02/2013
- End Date: 11/03/2013
Ben Antieau (Washington)
Man Chuen Cheng (UBC)
Dan Dugger (Oregon)
Robin Koytcheff (Victoria)
Tyler Lawson (Minnesota)
Angelica Osorno (Reed)
University of Washington
The Cascade Topology Seminar is a bi-annual gathering of topologists from the Pacific Northwest and Southwestern Canada.
Here are some places near the University of Washington:
- Silver Cloud Inn, 5036 25th Ave NE, Seattle, WA, (206) 526-5200
- Travelodge, 4725 25th Ave NE, Seattle, WA, (206) 525-4612
- other hotels, motels, etc. (provided by Google maps; you can also use your favorite on-line resource and look for lodging near 4500 15th Ave NE, Seattle, WA)
- University of Washington info for visitors
- map of campus, along with links to driving directions and parking information. It costs $5 to park on campus on Saturday morning, and it is free to park Saturday afternoon and all day Sunday.
- map of campus with Savery Hall indicated; the talks are in Savery.
- map of campus with Padelford Hall indicated; the math department is housed in Padelford.
The Cascade Topology Seminar is supported in part by grants from the National Science Foundation, the Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences, and is a Mathematical Sciences Research Institute MER Network Conference. The support of these agencies is gratefully acknowledged. The Seminar has dedicated funding available to support the participation of graduate students, early career mathematicians, and members of traditionally underrepresented groups. Members of these aforementioned groups are especially encouraged to apply and attend. For members of these groups, we try hard to fund lodging, but rarely travel, and never per diem.