The 22nd annual Southeast Geometry Conference will be held at the College of Charleston, in historic Charleston, South Carolina. The talks will be on March 17th and 18th of 2012 and will take place in the auditorium in the New Science Building at the corner of Calhoun and Coming streets.
Researchers from all areas of geometry (including, but not limited to, algebraic geometry, differential geometry, symplectic geometry, and applications of geometry to mathematical physics) will be presenting their research in 45 to 50 minute talks. There will also be a graduate student poster session.
The confirmed speakers (so far) are
Jason Cantarella (Georgia)
Carla Cederbaum (Duke University)
Jeanne Clelland (Colorado)
Mohammad Ghomi (Georgia Tech)
John McCuan (Georgia Tech)
Sema Salur (Rochester)
Fernando Schwartz (University of Tennessee)
Ekaterina Shemyakova (Western Ontario)
Matt Stackpole (Georgia Gwinnett)
Ioana Suvaina (Vanderbilt)
Mao-Pei Tsui (University of Toledo)
For more information, contact the organizers Tom Ivey (iveyt-at-cofc-dot-edu) and
Andrew Przeworski (przeworskia-at-cofc-dot-edu).