Special Session on

Algorithmic and Geometric Properties of Groups and Semigroups

   Fall Central Sectional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society

Lincoln, NE, October 14-16, 2011


Organizers

Susan Hermiller
John C. Meakin
University of Nebraska at Lincoln

Confirmed Speakers

Owen Baker, McMaster University
Hanna Bennett, University of Michigan
Inna Bumagin, Carleton University
John Donnelly, University of Southern Indiana
Moon Duchin, Tufts University
Max Forester, University of Oklahoma
Bob Gilman, Stevens Institute of Technology
Alexander Hulpke, Colorado State University
Delaram Kahrobaei, City University of New York
Ilya Kapovich, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Vesna Kilibarda, Indiana University Northwest
Hao Liang, University of Illinois at Chicago
David McCune, University of Nebraska
Alexei Miasnikov, Stevens Institute of Technology
Sonja Mitchell, University of California at Santa Barbara
Lucas Sabalka, Binghamton University
Mark Sapir, Vanderbilt University
Dima Savchuk, Binghamton University
Said Sidki, University of Brasilia
Ben Steinberg, City College of New York
Zoran Sunic, Texas A&M University

Schedule

The complete schedule is available at the AMS site. Talks in the Special Session are 20 minutes long with 10 minute breaks in between (parts of which are used for questions). All talks in our session will be held in Avery Hall room 119.
There are other talks scheduled in the AMS Meeting Program. In particular, there are three Invited Addresses and the 2011 Erdos Memorial Lecture will be held at this meeting on October 15, 2011x.

Deadlines:

The AMS imposed deadlines for Abstract Submission were:

Room Equipment:

The Special Session will be held in Avery Hall room 119. This room has a whiteboard and an electronic projector whose inputs can come from either a document camera or a laptop (or possibly a usb drive plugged into the computer in the room, if a password is provided). There is also a wireless network that visitors can access if they want to be on-line. (It's easiest to register your laptop before you arrive in order to be able to access the campus wireless network. Here are instructions.)

Travel, Lodging, Local Info, etc.

More Sectional Meeting Information
UNL Math siteConference Travel Page
Location University of Nebraska, Lincoln NE, USA, Math DepartmentCity Campus Map,  including Avery Hall (the site of the special session)