The 26th SCGAS will be held at the Department of Mathematics of University of California at San Diego on Saturday, January 26, 2019 and Sunday, January 27, 2019. The lectures will be held in Center Hall. For directions on how to get to Center Hall 105, here is a map.And here are directions from the hotel to the UCSD campus.
Registration starts at 10 am Saturday morning. The first talk will be at 11:00am and the last talk will finish at 12:30pm on Sunday, to allow for travel.
Graduate students, recent Ph.D.s and under-represented minorities are especially encouraged to join our annual seminar. Partial financial support is available.
The Seminar is supported by the NSF, Simons foundation via the UCSD Department of Mathematics .
Participants are asked to register online: the electronic registration form is now available. See here for the list of people already registered.
There will be no registration fee. Any donations in the amount of $10-$20 towards helping cover the coffee, snacks and administrative costs will be appreciated.
The SCGAS will provide coffee on Sunday and small refreshments throughout the weekend for all participants. There will be a banquet at the FungFung Yuen on Saturday, January 26th. The cost is $40 (cash only) to be paid on Saturday morning at the conference. We will provide rides to and from the restaurant. Here are the directions.
For participants who are requesting reimbursement, please send your completed expenses form and receipts to Joyce Cheng, Department of Mathematics, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 92093. Reimbursement is only guaranteed up to the amount specified in the email you received from the SCGAS, and only with valid receipts. If you have questions, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 26th SCGAS is supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation. At least 60% of the NSF funds will be allocated to graduate students, junior faculty members who do not have NSF or other grant or other forms of grants or school support, and members of under-represented groups.
For travel and hotel information please click here. When
you book your hotel make sure to
tell them that you are visiting the UCSD math department.
People interested in applying for travel funds should check the appropriate box in the electronic registration form. The deadline for sending in requests for travel support is January 10, 2019. Priority will be given to those who send their request for support before January 3, 2019.
Important note for J1 visa holders: Professors and research scholars may participate in occasional lectures and short-term consultations, if authorized to do so by their sponsor. Such lectures and consultations must be incidental to the exchange visitor's primary program activities. If wages or other remuneration are received by the exchange visitor for such activities, the exchange visitor must act as an independent contractor, as defined in 8 CFR 274a.1(j), and the relevant criteria and procedures must be satisfied. For example J-1 scholars coming from Yale to present a lecture at UCSD or attend a conference should receive a letter from Yale's International Center indicating that they are eligible to receive a reimbursement from UCSD. Such a request must be done BEFORE the event.
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