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Pacific Northwest Geometry Seminar 

2017 Spring Meeting
Lewis & Clark College
Portland, OR

Saturday and Sunday, March 4 and 5, 2017

Tentative Schedule

Saturday, March 4
10:30-11:00 coffee
11:00-12:00 Rafe Mazzeo (Stanford University)
12:00-1:30 lunch
1:30-2:30 Natasa Sesum (Rutgers University)
2:30-3:30 Eric Bahuaud (Seattle University)
3:30-4:30 break
4:30-5:30 Peter Veerman (Portland State University)
7:00 conference dinner (please register if you plan to attend)
Sunday, March 5
9:00-9:30 coffee
9:30-10:30 Ailana Fraser (University of British Columbia)
10:30-11:00 break
11:00-12:00 Jeff Jauregui (Union College)

All talks will be in J.R. Howard Hall, Room 102.

John LeahyIn Memory of John Leahy

This meeting is dedicated to the memory of John Leahy, who passed away in January, 2015. He was a geometer at the University of Oregon and an active and enthusiastic organizer and supporter of the PNGS since its earliest days. Read a tribute to John here. There will be an opportunity to share reminiscences about John after the lunch break on Saturday and during the conference dinner on Saturday evening.

Registration: There is no cost for attending the seminar, but we do ask all participants to please register so that we can plan appropriately. Thank you!

Hotel: The official hotel for this PNGS meeting is the Hotel Vintage. Rooms have been set aside for this conference at a price of $165 per night, available until 10 February (note that the deadline has been extended). Use this link to reserve a room:

Transportation information

Parking at Lewis & Clark campus is free on weekends.

On Saturday morning there is a free shuttle bus from downtown Portland to the Lewis & Clark campus. The downtown shuttle stop is located at SW Broadway and SW Hall Street in front of PSU’s Shattuck Annex. The shuttle leaves downtown at 10:20 and arrives on campus at 10:45. For more information see Transportation and Parking.

On Sunday, we'll arrange carpooling from the hotel.

Funding for this meeting is provided by the NSF.

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