CAST 2019: XIII Workshop on Symplectic Geometry, Contact Geometry, and Interactions

March 7 - 9, 2019
Humboldt University, Berlin

Picture Siegessaeule    Picture HU Berlin main building

Invited speakers:

Overview

This is the 13th in a series of workshops on current developments in contact and symplectic topology, which have been hosted at various locations in Europe every Winter since 2007. This year's workshop will take place in room 2094 of the main building (Hauptgebäude) of Humboldt University, at Unter den Linden 6 in Berlin. It will begin after lunch (around 2pm) on Thursday, March 7, and end around lunchtime on Saturday, March 9.

More details about the programme and advice on travel will be posted here by January.

Important: If you are not applying for support from us for your accommodation, then you will need to make your own accommodation arrangements. We strongly suggest that you do this as soon as possible, as there seems to be very high demand in Berlin for at least some of the dates of our conference (due to other events happening at the same time). The conference will take place in the HU main building (Hauptgebäude) at Unter den Linden 6; it may be difficult to find accommodation within easy walking distance of that location, but something with reasonable public transportation access should be possible. The nearest U-/S-Bahn station to the HU main building is Friedrichstraße, and there are also a few bus lines that stop right in front of it (the bus stop is "Staatsoper"). For information on public transportation in Berlin, see the BVG website

Registration and support

Here is the registration form. If you are applying for financial support, then you should register by December 31 to receive full consideration. If not applying for support, we will still accept registrations up until two weeks before the conference.

Organizers

Local organization:  Klaus Mohnke  Chris Wendl
Scientific committee:  Paul Biran  Vincent Colin  Felix Schlenk  Janko Latschev

Previous CAST workshops

For more information, contact Chris Wendl by sending e-mail to wendl at math dot hu-berlin dot de

This workshop is funded by a grant from the European Research Council.

Funded by the ERC  Humboldt University, Berlin

(HU main building photo above by Heike Zappe, Stabsstelle Presse- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit)