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SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR TALKS FROM RESEARCH STUDENTS

Categories and Companions Symposium 2022 (CaCS2022)

08:00–10:30 and 18:00–22:00, September 19–23, 2022 (UTC+10) at MATRIX in
Creswick, Victoria (Australia) and on Zoom

Here you can find the registration form as well as updated information
about the schedule when available
https://categories-and-companions.github.io/

=================================================================

BACKGROUND

CaCS2022 is an online event (via Zoom) for research students
(Honours/Masters/PhD) in category theory and related disciplines from
around the world to meet each other and share their work. Everyone is
welcome to attend the event. There will be 50 minute talks from invited
speakers and a series of 20 minute contributed talks by research students,
split across two sessions each day — the first aimed at Australasian and
American time zones and the second at Australasian, African and European
time zones. Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet and talk to
each other in smaller groups at various times throughout the symposium.

There will be an additional in-person component at MATRIX in Creswick,
Victoria (Australia) for a small number of Australian-based students, with
partially-catered accommodation covered. Those interested in this, please
fill the registration form before Friday, August 19. Since places are
limited, we ask you to write a short paragraph explaining how you would
benefit from attending in person. The decision will be communicated shortly
after this deadline.

This symposium is supported by MATRIX and AMSI. To support post-symposium
research collaboration between PhD student participants, MATRIX and AMSI
are providing funding through the MATRIX-AMSI PhD Student Research
Collaboration Scheme. For more information, see
https://www.matrix-inst.org.au/phd-student-research-collaboration-scheme-guidelines/
.

Please share the details of this event with research students in your local
academic community.

=================================================================

IMPORTANT DATES

- Submission of abstracts: Friday, August 19, 2022 23:59:59 Anywhere on
Earth.

- Registration for in-person attendance: Friday, August 19, 2022 23:59:59
Anywhere on Earth.

- Registration for online attendance: Friday, September 16, 2022 23:59:59
Anywhere on Earth.

- Symposium: Monday, September 19 to Friday, September 23, 2022.

=================================================================

REGISTRATION & ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

Registration is now open (for both research students and the wider
community). The registration form can be found on the website
<https://categories-and-companions.github.io/>.

When registering, all research students (Honours/Masters/PhD) are
encouraged to propose a title and abstract for a 20 minute talk in category
theory or category theory adjacent topics. Talks about work in progress,
and talks by those who usually have fewer opportunities to present
internationally, are very welcome and especially encouraged. Upon
submitting the registration form, a link titled "Edit your response" will
be presented; talk proposals may be edited using this link up until the
August 19 deadline.

=================================================================

INVITED SPEAKERS

The following invited speakers will each deliver an extended 50 minute
talk. Further information, including the titles and abstracts of their
talks can be found on the CaCS2022 website:
<http://web.science.mq.edu.au/groups/coact/seminar/CaCS2021/>
https://categories-and-companions.github.io/.

- Dominic Verity (Macquarie University and ANU)

- Christina Vasilakopoulou (University of Patras)

- Jonas Frey (Carnegie Mellon University)

Marcy Robertson (University of Melbourne) will run a workshop on being
prepared for the job market which will include discussion of CV and/or
research statement preparation, and what you can be doing now to make
yourself a compelling candidate.

=================================================================

ORGANISERS

Jack Crawford (Australian National University)

Matthew Di Meglio (University of Edinburgh)

Nicola Di Vittorio (Macquarie University)

David Farrell (Macquarie University)

Eli Hazel (Macquarie University)

Yao Tang (Macquarie University)

Ivo Vekemans (Australian National University)

Paula Verdugo (Macquarie University)

For any additional information, please contact us at
cacs.committee@gmail.com


[For admin and other information see: http://www.mta.ca/~cat-dist/ ]


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SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR TALKS FROM RESEARCH STUDENTS

Categories and Companions Symposium 2022 (CaCS2022)

08:00–10:30 and 18:00–22:00, September 19–23, 2022 (UTC+10) at MATRIX in
Creswick, Victoria (Australia) and on Zoom

Here you can find the registration form as well as updated information
about the schedule when available
https://categories-and-companions.github.io/

=================================================================

BACKGROUND

CaCS2022 is an online event (via Zoom) for research students
(Honours/Masters/PhD) in category theory and related disciplines from
around the world to meet each other and share their work. Everyone is
welcome to attend the event. There will be 50 minute talks from invited
speakers and a series of 20 minute contributed talks by research students,
split across two sessions each day — the first aimed at Australasian and
American time zones and the second at Australasian, African and European
time zones. Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet and talk to
each other in smaller groups at various times throughout the symposium.

There will be an additional in-person component at MATRIX in Creswick,
Victoria (Australia) for a small number of Australian-based students, with
partially-catered accommodation covered. Those interested in this, please
fill the registration form before Friday, August 19. Since places are
limited, we ask you to write a short paragraph explaining how you would
benefit from attending in person. The decision will be communicated shortly
after this deadline.

This symposium is supported by MATRIX and AMSI. To support post-symposium
research collaboration between PhD student participants, MATRIX and AMSI
are providing funding through the MATRIX-AMSI PhD Student Research
Collaboration Scheme. For more information, see
https://www.matrix-inst.org.au/phd-student-research-collaboration-scheme-guidelines/
.

Please share the details of this event with research students in your local
academic community.

=================================================================

IMPORTANT DATES

- Submission of abstracts: Friday, August 19, 2022 23:59:59 Anywhere on
Earth.

- Registration for in-person attendance: Friday, August 19, 2022 23:59:59
Anywhere on Earth.

- Registration for online attendance: Friday, September 16, 2022 23:59:59
Anywhere on Earth.

- Symposium: Monday, September 19 to Friday, September 23, 2022.

=================================================================

REGISTRATION & ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

Registration is now open (for both research students and the wider
community). The registration form can be found on the website
<https://categories-and-companions.github.io/>.

When registering, all research students (Honours/Masters/PhD) are
encouraged to propose a title and abstract for a 20 minute talk in category
theory or category theory adjacent topics. Talks about work in progress,
and talks by those who usually have fewer opportunities to present
internationally, are very welcome and especially encouraged. Upon
submitting the registration form, a link titled "Edit your response" will
be presented; talk proposals may be edited using this link up until the
August 19 deadline.

=================================================================

INVITED SPEAKERS

The following invited speakers will each deliver an extended 50 minute
talk. Further information, including the titles and abstracts of their
talks can be found on the CaCS2022 website:
<http://web.science.mq.edu.au/groups/coact/seminar/CaCS2021/>
https://categories-and-companions.github.io/.

- Dominic Verity (Macquarie University and ANU)

- Christina Vasilakopoulou (University of Patras)

- Jonas Frey (Carnegie Mellon University)

Marcy Robertson (University of Melbourne) will run a workshop on being
prepared for the job market which will include discussion of CV and/or
research statement preparation, and what you can be doing now to make
yourself a compelling candidate.

=================================================================

ORGANISERS

Jack Crawford (Australian National University)

Matthew Di Meglio (University of Edinburgh)

Nicola Di Vittorio (Macquarie University)

David Farrell (Macquarie University)

Eli Hazel (Macquarie University)

Yao Tang (Macquarie University)

Ivo Vekemans (Australian National University)

Paula Verdugo (Macquarie University)

For any additional information, please contact us at
cacs.committee-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org

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