2009 International Seminar on Low-Dimensional Homotopy Theory and Combinatorial Group Theory
- Start Date: 07/12/2009
- End Date: 07/21/2009
Wallowa Lake Lodge, Joseph, Oregon, USA
This meeting focuses on unsolved problems in low-dimensional homotopy theory
and combinatorial group theory. These include Whitehead's Asphericity
Conjecture, the Andrews-Curtis Conjecture, Wall's Domination Problem in
dimension two, the relation gap problem, and the Eilenberg-Ganea Conjecture.
This seminar is in succession to similar conferences held in Luttach (Italy),
the Pacific Northwest, and Russia.
The workshop format emphasizes detailed discussion of ideas in progress and
collaboration of the participants, from advanced graduate students to
early-career researchers to senior experts.
Update 15 May 2009: The National
Science Foundation, Division of Mathematical Sciences, has awarded Portland
State University a grant for participant support (partial subsidies towards
travel expenses), and the Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences has
granted supplementary support for the same purpose.
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