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The British Topology Meeting is an annual event bringing together topologists of all kinds from Britain and further afield.
This year's conference takes place at the University of Aberdeen's historical King's College campus, beginning at lunchtime on Monday September 9th, and ending at lunchtime on Wednesday September 11th.
Andy Baker maintains a list of BTMs past and future.
Mohammed Abouzaid (Columbia University)
Natalia Castellana (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
Jonny Evans (University College London, UK)
Lars Hesselholt (University of Copenhagen and Nagoya University)
Mark McLean (University of Aberdeen)
Vera Vértesi (Université de Nantes)
Ergun Yalcin (Bilkent University)
Registration and conference dinner:
Accommodation: If you are booking before August 26th, click here. (If you are staying for more than one night then you will have to follow this link, and answer the question, once for each night. Apologies for this 'feature' of the online store.) If you are booking after August 26th you can still arrange accommodation by emailing BTM2013@abdn.ac.uk.
The schedule is here.
The conference takes place in the Fraser Noble Building in the University of Aberdeen's King's College Campus. Talks take place in Lecture Room 3, and registration and refreshments are in the Mathematics Institute social space. More local information is available here.
The conference organiser is Richard Hepworth.
Please send any enquiries to BTM2013@abdn.ac.uk.
This event is made possible by grants from the London Mathematical Society, the Glasgow Mathematical Journal Learning and Research Support Fund, and the Edinburgh Mathematical Society.