From: Steve Awodey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com, CMU HoTT <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Homotopy Type Theory <email@example.com>
Subject: [HoTT] Category Theory 2019: call for contributions and participation
Date: Wed, 3 Apr 2019 17:13:22 +0200 [thread overview]
Message-ID: <1C341130-6D4F-415B-BFFE-C2C464977547@cmu.edu> (raw)
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** THIRD ANNOUNCEMENT
** CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS
** CATEGORY THEORY 2019
** UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH
** 7-13 JULY 2019
We are pleased to announce the 2019 International Conference on Category Theory (CT2019), which will take place at the University of Edinburgh from 7-13 July 2019.
The *Invited Speakers* are as follows:
• John Baez (Riverside)
• Neil Ghani (Strathclyde)
• Marco Grandis (Genoa)
• Simona Paoli (Leicester)
• Emily Riehl (Johns Hopkins)
• Mike Shulman (San Diego)
• Manuela Sobral (Coimbra)
Moreover, there will be a tutorial lecture on "Graphical Linear Algebra" by:
• Pawel Sobocinski (Southampton)
and a public event on "Inclusion-exclusion in mathematics and beyond" by:
• Eugenia Cheng (Chicago)
*Submission* for CT2019 is handled by EasyChair through the link:
The *deadline* for submissions is *May 1*, with notification of acceptance on June 1. To submit, you will need to make an EasyChair account, which is a simple process. Submissions should be in the form of a brief (1 page) abstract.
*Registration* is independent of paper submission and can be done on the conference website:
The registration fee is £90 for early career participants, and £180 for established career participants, and will include tea breaks, lunches, and the conference dinner. When you register, you may also apply for *funding support*. Successful applicants will receive funding for accommodation, but not for travel or the registration fee. Registration is open until May 1 if you are applying for funding support, or June 14 if you are not. Decisions on funding support will be given in mid-May.
*Inquiries* may be directed to the following email address:
We look forward to seeing you in Edinburgh!
The Organizing Committee:
Steve Awodey, Richard Garner, Chris Heunen (chair), Tom Leinster, Christina Vasilakopoulou
The Scientific Committee:
Steve Awodey (chair), Julie Bergner, Gabriella Bohm, John Bourke, Eugenia Cheng, Robin Cockett, Chris Heunen, Zurab Janelidze, Dominic Verity
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