GradMoCCA ☕ is a meeting of graduate students and recent Ph.Ds. in and around combinatorial commutative algebra.
- Location: University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
- Dates: weekend of May 13-15, 2022
The goal of this gathering is to build community and encourage collaborations across a broad geographical region.
There will be three hour-long lectures by:
- Sergio Da Silva (McMaster University)
- Aleksandra Sobieska (University of Wisconsin)
- Michael Perlman (University of Minnesota)
In addition, eight 20-minute talks by:
- Maya Banks (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
- David Carey (University of Sheffield)
- Lauren Cranton Heller (University of California, Berkeley)
- Karthik Ganapathy (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
- Soohyun Park (University of Chicago)
- Gregory Taylor (University of Illinois Chicago)
- Kuang-Yu Wu (University of Illinois Chicago)
- Byeongsu Yu (Texas A&M University)
In addition, all participants are welcome to present at the poster session.
See the schedule for the talk abstracts and more details.
Also see: Open Problems in Algebraic Combinatorics, May 16th to 20th
GradMoCCA ☕ is scheduled the weekend before the conference on Open Problems in Algebraic Combinatorics (OPAC) at the University of Minnesota.
GradMoCCA ☕ is organized by Christine Berkesch, Caitlyn Booms, Mahrud Sayrafi, and Connor Simpson, and is made possible thanks to funding from the National Science Foundation (DMS-2206872).
We are also grateful to the School of Mathematics at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, as well as the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications for invaluable help in organizing the meeting.
Please contact one the following organizers:
- Caitlyn Booms (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Mahrud Sayrafi (email@example.com)
- Connor Simpson (firstname.lastname@example.org)