CBMS’20 Register

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The conference will take place in August 17-21, 2020

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The conference will feature ten lectures delivered by Dr. Svitlana Mayboroda 

Besides these lectures, we plan several 50-minute long lectures. The confirmed speakers include: Ariel Barton, Blair Davey, Guy David, Joseph Feneuil, John Garnett, Kaj Nyström, Xavier Tolsa.

We also plan a poster session (with posters printed at FSU for free!). 




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Host University and Local Arrangements

About FSU

Florida State University is in Tallahassee, FL, on the Interstate 10. The Tallahassee airport is serviced by Delta, American, and Silver airlines, with daily flights to Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas, Ft. Lauderdale Orlando, Miami, Tampa, Washington DC. The airport is located seven miles from the FSU campus. 


There are several hotels within walking distance from campus. There are also plenty of Airbnb and Vrbo options. This section will be updated with more suggestions and rates. 


Seminole Cafe and the Suwanee room, two buffet-style cafeterias, are located on Campus at five to ten minutes walking distance from the Department of Mathematics. Both places offer very good pricing and choice of food (in particular, vegetarian), and serve Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner. Moreover, there are many independent dining options within 1 mile from campus, serving a wide variety of food. For example, there are many restaurants 0.5 miles away from the Department of Mathematics that serve pizza, sandwiches, Asian fusion, coffee, etc. In addition, one of the best restaurants in Tallahassee (called Cypress) is locat­ed 2 miles from the Department of Mathematics. The participants will be supplemented with a map that will show many dining options. During the day, tea, coffee, and snacks will be available in the common room in the Department of Mathematics.

Internet Access

Florida State University uses the eduroam network, and the participants will be able to join it. In addition, guest accounts for the FSU network will be created for the participants, which will provide high-speed internet access. Access to printers and computer lab will be provided as well, in case the participants will need to download, copy or print papers or other materials.


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