* [HoTT] HoTT/UF mini-symposium at European Congress of Mathematics
@ 2020-01-17 14:54 Egbert Rijke
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This summer the 8th European Congress of Mathematics (https://www.8ecm.si)
is taking place in Slovenia between July 5-11, 2020. There is a possibility
to have a two-day mini-symposium on homotopy type theory, univalent
foundations, higher category theory, formalization, and related topics. The
ECM is a large meeting, so such a mini-symposium will likely be attended by
people from outside the community. This, I think, will be a very good
outreach opportunity for our field.
The congress requires at least 20 presentations in a two-day
mini-symposium, where I should add that participants can only register for
the entire congress. Please see the website for the fees.
If you are interested in speaking at the mini-symposium, could you please
provide me by FRIDAY JANUARY 24TH with
- your name,
- your affiliation,
- a tentative title or the topic of something you might want to talk about
at this symposium.
Abstracts are not required at this point.
I hope to hear from you.
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