We are excited to announce the 9th installment in a conference series on Algebraic Topology: Methods, Computation, and
Science (ATMCS), which will be held at the Ohio State University, on June 8–12, 2020.
The local organizers are Prof. Tamal Dey, Prof. Matthew Kahle, Prof. Facundo Memoli and Prof. Yusu Wang from the TGDA@OSU group.
A key goal of the
conference series is the further development of topological and geometrical techniques for use in applications in biology, materials science, neuroscience, among other fields, and the creation of new areas of applications. This conference series maintains
a strong tradition of bringing together leading established researchers and young scientists in this emerging discipline, thus providing an opportunity for the exchange of experience and the development of new research ideas.
ATMCS9 invites submissions for contributed
short talks (30 minutes) or research posters. For more information see https://easychair.org/cfp/ATMCS-2020.
The website of the conference
is being updated regularly with up to date information, so please be sure to check back as the conference date approaches. In particular, we expect to have some travel funding available. Priority for such funding will be given to early-career researchers and
underrepresented groups. Details about funding applications will be made available around mid-March 2020.
Please don’t hesitate to write to email@example.com if you have any questions. We look forward to welcoming you at OSU!
The ATMCS 9 organizing committee.