Western Algebraic Geometry Symposium
UC San Diego - November 9-10, 2013
All talks will take place in Center Hall. A map and further details can be found at campus map and building locator. To find Center Hall, from the hotel, just walk on Gilman Drive. The campus entrance is also on Gilman Drive. Then you just need to follow the road to Center Hall.
If you drive to campus, parking is free on weekends in the Gilman Parking Structure. Overnight parking is not allowed in Gilman Parking Structure.
There are a few other food options off campus. For instance
There are two coffee shops on campus which are open on the weekend:
We are planning a group dinner on Saturday, immediately after the poster session, at 6:30PM. The dinner will take place on the 4th floor of Price Center, in the Forum Room. Price Center is the building next to Student Services Center, where the poster session will take place. You may look up Price Center on the campus map.
Please make your own arrangements for travel and accommodation. San Diego is a popular travel destination, so please make your travel arrangements early.San Diego is served by San Diego International Airport. La Jolla and UCSD are located about 15 miles north of the airport. A list of shuttles from the airport can be found here.
We have reserved a block of rooms at the Residence Inn, which is about a 10 minute walk from the conference hall. The rates are $129 a night for singles, $169 a night for triple suites. The triple suites are separated on two floors, and have kitchens. The rates include breakfast, internet and and shuttle service to campus. The hotel can only guarantee the rates until Friday, October 11. The hotel address is Residence Inn, 8901 Gilman Dr, La Jolla, CA 92037.
If you are offered support, we encourage you to share a room, or otherwise you may have to pay the remaining room charge. If you have difficulty finding roommates, please email us at email@example.com and write "roommate needed" in the subject line.
You may book online by following this link or you may call Residence Inn directly at 1-800-228-9290, and mention the Western Algebraic Geometry Symposium when booking.
There are other hotels in La Jolla, which may be a bit more expensive unless booked in advance:
Please help us have everything ready on time! Register as soon as you know that you will be attending. Just send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org stating your name, institution, position, and if you will be applying for financial support.
Some financial support will be available for students and unsupported faculty. Please state in your registration if you need financial support. The email for registration is email@example.com. Deadline for applying for support was September 25. Financial assistance decisions were communicated on September 27. Please email the organizers in case you have not received an email confirming financial support.
If you were granted financial support, to claim your reimbursement: please go to the Travel Reimbursements for Visitors or Guests on the CSU webpage and fill up the Visitor Travel Form. Please refer to Reimbursement Guidelines for instructions.
If you would like to participate in the poster session, please indicate your interest in doing so in your WAGS registration (email firstname.lastname@example.org). Please write the text "WAGS poster session" in your subject line, and include your name, institution, and the title of your poster in the body of the email. You may still register for the poster session even after the deadline for financial support.
For more information on the poster session, please follow this link.
|Abstracts||Follow this link to read the abstracts of the talks.|
Wireless is available on the UCSD campus through EDUROAM, if your home institution is eduroam-enabled. Otherwise, the UCSD-GUEST wireless network is for all UCSD visitors and guests, and is an unencrypted service requiring user registration.
|San Diego Information|
|Contact||To contact the organizers, please email email@example.com.|
The Western Algebraic Geometry Symposium traces back its origin to the Utah - UCLA Algebraic Geometry Seminar started in 1989 by H. Clemens, D. Gieseker, M. Green, J. Kollár, and R. Lazarsfeld. Later on, it became the Utah - UCLA - Chicago Algebraic Geometry Seminar. WAGS meets twice per year and congregates an international group of more than 70 mathematicians, from students to experts in the field of Algebraic Geometry.
Long term planning for WAGS is currently done by Aaron Bertram (Utah), Renzo Cavalieri (Colorado State), Sebastian Casalaina-Martin (Colorado), Sándor Kovács (Washington), an Ravi Vaki (Stanford).
WAGS is partially supported by a grant from the NSF.
Financial support for this edition of WAGS was also
provided by University of California, San Diego.
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