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Summer School in Low-dimensional Topology and Symplectic Geometry


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Description:
A three-week intensive program at Princeton University for 25 advanced undergraduates and first year graduate students consisting of courses in low dimensional topology and symplectic geometry. Topics will include low-dimensional topology, gauge theory, and pseudo-holomorphic curves. There will be 6 courses, consisting of five lectures apiece. Daily lectures will be complemented by review and problem sessions.

There will also be two mini-conferences associated with the program, in weeks 2 and 3.

Free Room and board (on-campus) will be provided from Sunday, June 10 (check-in) through Saturday, June 30th (check-out).

Travel reimbursement will be provided up to $500. (Only original receipts will be accepted.)

The program is sponsored by the National Science Foundation RTG (Research Training Group) in Geometry and Topology at Princeton.

For more information, please contact Jill LeClair, Program Coordinator, at leclair@princeton.edu
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Application Deadline: 3/1/2018

Program Dates: 6/11/2018 - 6/29/2018

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Princeton University (Lead)

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