Date: June 25, 2001 - July 27, 2001
Location: Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, California
|June 25-July 27|
|Research Component||July 9-July 27|
Topics include minimal surfaces and their applications in both mathematics and physics. The Summer School will begin on June 25, two weeks before the Research Component, and will involve two weeks of introductory lectures on the global theory of minimal surfaces. Detailed information on the topics to be covered is available on the MSRI web page.
Participants in the Summer School will be chosen from graduate students, postdocs, and young faculty members who must be nominated by established research mathematicians. Nominations should be sent before March 1 to the address firstname.lastname@example.org, and should include the following information:
- The full name and email address of the nominee.
- A short description of the nominee's background and qualifications.
Summer School participants will stay for three weeks, with a possibility of remaining for the final two weeks of the Research Component. Accommodations for those accepted will be provided by CMI, and enrollment will be limited. Some travel support is also available.
|University of California, Davis|
|MSRI (Director of the Summer School)|
|Harold Rosenberg||IMJ, Université de Paris VII|
|Rick Schoen||Stanford University|
|Michael Wolf||Rice University|