YMC*A 2022

A conference organised for and by master/Ph.D.-students and postdocs in operator algebras (both von Neumann and C*-algebras) and related areas, with the goal of fostering scientific and social interaction between young researchers.

YMC*A

The conference will feature three mini-courses by established researchers alongside many contributed talks (20 min) by participants as well as a number of social events.

The scientific activities of the conference will start on Monday morning and finish late Friday afternoon.

 

Minicourse Speakers:

Xin Li

University of Glasgow

Lyudmilla Turowska

Lyudmila Turowska

Chalmers University of Technology and
University of Gothenburg

Sergey

Sergey Neshveyev

University of Oslo

 

 

Conference booklet and schedule:

TBA

 

Registration:

Registration for YMC*A 2022 is open! Please follow this link to register:

YMC*A 2022 Registration

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email. If you indicate that you want to contribute a talk, you will receive an additional email with information on abstract submission. If you do not receive one or any of these emails, please contact us at ymcstara@protonmail.com.

The deadline to register and receive support for accommodation is May 31, 2022.
The deadline to apply to give a contributed talk is May 31, 2022.
The deadline to register for participation is June 30, 2022.

 

Accommodation:

We can provide shared hostel rooms at Anker Apartment to a large number of participating students and postdocs.

Accommodation is possible from Sunday, August 7th, to Saturday, August 13th.

Please let us know when registering if you need accommodation.

 

NSF Support for US-based participants:

US-based young researchers may apply for NSF funding by filling in the form below:

Apply for NSF funding

The deadline to apply for NSF funding is March 11, 2022.

Questions regarding the NSF funding may be directed to Lara.Ismert@erau.edu.

 

Events:

There will be several events during the conference.

  • Get together: On Sunday evening we want to give participants the possibility to get to know each other. We will set out into the city to get drinks. First year participants are especially welcome.
  • Lightning talks: A round of lightening talks (3min) given by participants will take place on Monday afternoon.
  • Reception & Pizza: On Monday evening there will be a reception with pizza.
  • Mentor Network Breakfast: We invite all participants of an underrepresented gender in mathematics (e.g., cis-women, transgender, nonbinary and other gender minorities) to an informal discussion over breakfast hosted by the OA Mentor Network.
  • Excursion: There will be an excursion on Tuesday afternoon. Detailed descriptions of the excursions will be announced later in the conference booklet.
  • Conference Dinner: The conference dinner will take place on Wednesday evening.
  • Ask Anything Sessions: A new initiative in the 2022 edition of YMC*A. This is your chance to post that question you always wanted to ask - we are almost sure there will be an expert present at the conference.
  • Panel discussion on "Early Career Advise and Issues of Equity": A panel of established researchers will answer questions about their life and career as a mathematician and discuss issues of equity in mathematics.

 

Practical information:

Venue: Vilhelm Bjerknes Hus at Blindern campus of University of Oslo.

We have collected a list of useful things to know including travel information in this Practical Guide.

 

Contact:

If you have any questions, you can contact us at ymcstara@protonmail.com.

Please direct questions regarding the NSF funding to Lara.Ismert@erau.edu.

 

Support:

We gratefully acknowledge financial support from Trond Mohn Foundation via the project "Pure Mathematics in Norway", and the National Science Foundation (NSF).

 

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Organizers:

Local:

Emilie Elkiaer
Floris Elzinga
Ulrik Enstad
Erik Habbestad
Lucas Hataishi
Gaute Schwartz

External:

Priyanga Ganesan
Mitch Hamidi
Lara Ismert
Mathias Palmstrøm

Local advisor:

Nadia Larsen

 

Tags: Operator algebras
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