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The 20th Taiwan Geometry Symposium

Poster : events_1_2842010095801182876.pdf

November 7 - 8, 2020

NCTS, National Center for Theoretical Sciences
River Chiang (National Cheng Kung University)
Nan-Kuo Ho (National Tsing Hua University)
Chung-Jun Tsai (National Taiwan University)
Mao-Pei Tsui (National Taiwan University)

Venue Update Announcement: (2020/11/03 09:35 AM version)

Nov. 7,2020 @ R515,Cosmology Building,NTU

Nov. 8,2020 @ R440,Astro.-Math Bldg.,NTU

Aim & Scope:

The purpose of the Taiwan Geometry Symposium is to foster discussions and interactions within the geometry community in Taiwan. It hopes to meet regularly in the years to come, running on a Saturday from late morning to late afternoon, with 3 speakers.

The activity usually rotates among Taipei, Hsin-Chu and Tainan. We encourage everyone who is interested in Geometry, and particularly students, postdoctoral fellows and young scholars to participate in the Symposium. This semester’s symposium will be held at the campus of National Taiwan University on the first day, and have student sessions and discussions outside the campus on the second day.

We hope to use this symposium to foster discussions and interactions within the geometry community in Taiwan and also discuss the future activities and directions the geometry group of NCTS.

Invited Speakers:

Trần Thế Dũng (National Taiwan Normal University)

Siao-Hao Guo (National Taiwan University)

Wei-Ting Kao (National Taiwan Univesity)

Jesse Madnick (National Center for Theoretical Sciences)

I-Hsun Tsai (National Taiwan University)

Registration Link: Please kindly do the registration by Oct. 29th. Thank you for your understanding.https://forms.gle/4csGStwoBmmDtCYVA

Conference Website:https://sites.google.com/view/20th-symposium/home

Agenda Download  (2020/11/03 09:36 AM version)

Title & Abstract  Download  (2020/11/03 09:36 AM version)


Contact: Peggy Lee (peggylee@ncts.tw)

Poster: events_1_2842010095801182876.pdf

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