LMS regional meeting and workshop on Operator Algebras and Physics     21-25 June 2010

 

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The first talks will start on the morning of 21 June and the final talks will be on the afternoon of 25 June.

 

Principal Speaker: Constantin Teleman (Berkeley)

 

 

LMS regional meeting on afternoon of 21 June

 

The first talk by Constantin Teleman will be in the LMS regional meeting which is embedded in the five-day workshop on the first afternoon, Monday 21 June.

The other speaker in the regional meeting will be Werner Nahm (Dublin).

 

A complimentary buffet lunch will be available from 1.00 - 2.00.

 

 

Workshop on Operator Algebras and Physics on 21-25 June inclusive

 

Constantin Teleman will be delivering a series of lectures on Two Dimensional Topological Quantum Field Theories and Gauge theories.

 

Other speakers at the workshop:

 

 

 

Programme and Abstracts of talks

 

The programme is available here (last updated 22/06/2010).

Abstracts of the talks are available here (last updated 21/06/2010).

 

 

List of Participants

 

A list of participants at the LMS Regional Meeting is available here.

A list of participants at the workshop is available here.

 

 

 

Accommodation & Places to eat

 

For a list of places to eat in Cardiff near the School of Maths and in the City Centre, see here.

 

We expect that most of the participants will stay at Senghennydd Hall, a University Halls of Residence.

 

Address:   Senghennydd Hall, 1 Senghennydd Road, Cardiff CF24 43AG

Telephone Number: +44 (0)29 2087 5709

 

The reception at Senghennydd Hall is open from 8.00am – 10.00pm each day and keys are available for collection after 3.00pm. Out of these hours Security are available for planned late arrivals and emergencies. Telephone Number: +44 (0)29 2087 4444

On the day of departure rooms should be vacated by 10.00am unless alternative arrangements have been agreed with the Conference Office.

 

For information on booking click here.

 

During the summer vacation Cardiff University is a major provider of residential accommodation for holiday and short break visitors as well as group organisers.

There is an international sporting event on 24th June.

There is also a Paul McCartney concert in Cardiff on 26th June, so finding accommodation might be difficult around that weekend: http://www.millenniumstadium.com/events/23330.php

You are advised to book early. Should you have any difficulties finding accommodation for that weekend please contact Mathew Pugh, pughmj@cardiff.ac.uk.

 

 

For a list of Guest Houses, Bed & Breakfasts and Hotels in Cardiff, click here. Guest house or hotel accommodation may be difficult to arrange due to the international sporting event on 24th June and the concert on 26th June.

 

For other lists of accommodation in Cardiff, see:

http://www.visitcardiff.com/Accommodation-in-Cardiff.html

http://www.smoothhound.co.uk/cardiff.html

 

 

Maps

 

Senghennydd Hall is two minutes walk from the Mathematics Institute. A map showing the two buildings is available here.

Senghennydd Hall is indicated by pin 'A', and the Mathematics Institute by pin 'B'.

 

To see another map showing Senghennydd Hall, see here.

Senghennydd Hall is the blue building (46); the School of Mathematics is the red building (42).

 

For other maps and university locations, see here.

For directions to Cardiff University, see here.

 

 

Support

 

EU-NCG members should contact their node coordinators about the possibility of funding for any events.

 

There are limited funds available to contribute in part to the expenses of members of the Society or research students registered at UK universities to attend the meeting and workshop.  Requests for support, including an estimate of expenses, may be addressed to the organisers David Evans EvansDE@cf.ac.uk or Mathew Pugh PughMJ@cf.ac.uk.

 

 

IT facilities

 

Temporary username and password will be available on arrival, which will enable you to log in to the Cardiff University network.

Access to computers is available in two computing labs (M/0.33, M/0.35) on the ground floor of the School of Mathematics.

You will be able to save documents on the network, but you will need to retrieve these files before you leave.

 

 

 

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