Midwest Geometry Conference 2003

General information


Noon Friday, May 30 - Noon Sunday, June 1, 2003


.. Three-manifolds, hyperbolic geometry and geometric group theory
.. Geometry, analysis and probability on discrete groups.
.. Minimal submanifolds
.. Surface immersions in space

Registration Fee:



If you plan to attend the conference, please go to the Registration form and register. Even if you are a local resident and won't be requesting travel or lodging support, we need to know how many people we will be serving at lunch on Saturday and Sunday and at the Banquet on Saturday evening. These meals are provided by the conference at no charge to participants.


This conference is being supported by the National Science Foundation and Washington University. Support is available for lodging and transportation expenses of participants. Following NSF policy, we ask those with NSF grants to cover their expenses from their own grants. If you are interested in attending, please fill in and submit the Registration form. Mathematicians, including graduate students, of all ages and genders are encouraged to attend and to apply for lodging and transportation expenses. For those within driving distance, car pools will help us spread the transportation dollars more widely. Lodging will be provided in a Washington University student dormitory on campus. Each participant will have a private room in a suite in which two or three pariticipants will be housed. There is one bathroom for the suite. For those wishing to stay elsewhere, we will provide support up to $37 per night, the cost of the dormitory room. Some nearby hotels are listed on the Local Information page. You should make your reservations directly with the hotel you choose. We will make your reservation if you choose the dormitory. .

Scientific Program:

The conference will comprise four half-day sessions, beginning Friday afternoon and ending Sunday at noon. Each session will conclude with a panel discussion on future directions and problems in the field.


Washington University in St. Louis
Math Department
Campux Box 1146
St. Louis, MO 63130
(314) 935-6760