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2000 Summer Conference on Topology and its Applications
Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
July 26 -29, 2000
Problems welcome - even if you can not attend Topo2000.
You are invited to attend and participate in the Fifteenth Annual Summer
Topology Conference (TOPO2000) to be held at
Miami University in
Oxford, Ohio during
July 26 - 29, 2000.
All areas of topology-related mathematics and
applications of topology will be welcomed. These topics will include
(but not be restricted to) set-theoretic topology, continuum theory and
dynamical systems, topology and analysis, topological measure theory,
descriptive set theory, topology in computer science , topological groups
and geometric topology. The opening session will begin Wecnesday morning
on July 26 but there will be a check-in and welcome reception late
afternoon and evening of (Tuesday) July 25, 2000.
The list of invited speakers includes:
Karen Brucks Todd Eisworth Gary Gruenhage
K.P. Hart Piotr Koszmider Krystyna Kuperberg
Witold Marciszewski Dan Mauldin Piotr Minc
Justin Moore Peter Nyikos Roman Pol
James T. Rogers Jr. Mary Ellen Rudin
Jiang Shouli Steve Watson Frank Tall
Abstracts for contributed talks of 20-25 minutes may now be submitted to the abstracts
service of the Topology Atlas at
http://at.yorku.ca/cgi-bin/amca/submit/caeu-01. The deadline for submitting abstracts has been extended to July 10, 2000.
Submitted abstracts may be viewed at
We are asking that abstracts be submitted to the Topology Atlas site. If this is not possible, abstracts may be submitted by hard copy to the
address on the registration form or by e-mail to
firstname.lastname@example.org by July 10, 2000.
Registration and dormitory reservation:
A form for registration and/or dormitory reservation is now available for downloading in
postscript (toporeg.ps), pdf
or dvi (toporeg.dvi) formats. The conference registration and
dormitory reservation do not have to be done at the same time even though
they are on the same form. The (air-conditioned) dormitory rooms are priced at $25/person/night
for single occupancy and $20/person/night for double occupancy - linens and
towels are provided. The rooms are available for arrival and departure within
the dates July 25 (Tuesday) to July 30 (Sunday).
We recommend reserving a dormitory room but if you prefer other accommodations there
some possibilities given below.
The registration fee is $120 if registered on or before July 10, 2000 and $130
if after July 10. The registration fee includes a subscription to the
conference proceedings and a ticket to the conference banquet. Graduate
students or a recent (1999-2000) Ph.D. student may pay only a $30 registration
fee. This does not include a copy of the conference proceedings.
Motel or B&B accommodations:
The Miami Inn is the nicest of all but may not be available on July 28,
29. Actually owned by Miami University and in the heart of campus - just
a short walk to Bachelor Hall. $85 single or double, 513-529-2104
Best Western Sycamore Inn is holding a few rooms for July 25-30. Mention
Department of Mathematics or Topology. About 2 km from Bachelor Hall and
close to "downtown." $49 single or double. 513-523-0000
The College View is holding a few rooms for July 25-30. Mention Mathematics
or topo2000. About 2 km from Bachelor Hall and farther from "downtown."
$46 single/ $50 double. The Sycamore Inn is a better choice. 513-523-6311
The Hampton Inn is fairly new and nice but may also be busy for July 28, 29.
About 2.5 km from Bachelor Hall. $70 single/ $79 double, 513-523-0114
There are a few "Bed and Breakfast" places, some of which don't advertise.
Some possibilities: Alexander House 513-523-1200
One-seventeen on Church 513-524-0402
The White Garden Inn 1 800 324 4925 or http://whitegardeninn.com
If you need or want motel accommodations but were not successful, give us a
call and we will try to come up with other suggestions.
Oxford is located between the airports of Greater Cincinnati to the south
and Dayton to the north. Each airport is about one hour away by car.
The Cincinnati airport is larger than Dayton and will handle most of the air
traffic to our area. (Cincinnati is a hub for Delta and Dayton is a hub for
USAir.) Cincinnati is also an international airport and provides direct
flights to England and several European cities. The main problem with
airport transportation is that there is no regularly scheduled shuttle
service between Oxford and the airports. For those participants renting a
car this is not a problem. The organizing committee will provide
airport shuttle service between Cincinnati/Dayton and Oxford during the
major arrival and departure times of the conference period. We will
for registered participants wanting to have
shuttle service between these two airports and Oxford. If known, you may send this information
by e-mail to one of the conference organizers listed below. Details to be
arranged later. For those arriving in Oxford by car, visitor parking
permits are free and easily arranged for campus parking. You may wish to alert the organizers
if you are bringing a car.
Conference e-mail :
E-mail for organizers:
email@example.com ( Dennis Burke )
firstname.lastname@example.org ( Zoltan Balogh )
email@example.com ( Sheldon Davis )
Register your E-mail address for
all future e-mail announcements.
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