Unfortunately, the ATMCS (Algebraic Topology: Methods, Computation, and Science) conference will not be happening in 2020. However, a subset of early-career ATMCS talks will be hosted in an online summer seminar series by AATRN (Applied Algebraic Topology Research Network). These talks were contributed and accepted for ATMCS, but this is not going to be ATMCS itself.
For a list of these ATMCS talks hosted by AATRN, please see our webpage:
The majority of the talks will be on Mondays at 11am-12pm Eastern Times, starting Monday, May 25. We will have two speakers per week, with each speaker giving a 20 minute talk. The first speakers (on Monday, May 25) are Vincent Divol and Théo Lacombe, on Studying the space of Persistence Diagrams using Optimal Partial Transport.
If you want to attend these talks, then please become an AATRN member by clicking on the “members” tab at https://topology.ima.umn.edu/. We will send out one announcement email to all AATRN members per talk, including information for how to join the talk on Zoom. You will receive an email with the Zoom details for our first May 25 talk either later today, or within a day after you first join the network. If you have any difficulties joining or obtaining the Zoom details (or for example want the Zoom details for the first talk before becoming an AATRN member), then please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Henry Adams and Sara Kalisnik, AATRN
Ulrich Bauer and Claudia Landi, ATMCS