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Hodge Theory in a New Century

A Euro Conference celebrating the Centenary of
Sir William Hodge (1903-1975)

Edinburgh, 20-26 July 2003

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Conference Arrangements

Venue
The meeting will take place in the lecture theatre of the Michael Swann Building of the University of Edinburgh. This is within the Kings Buildings Complex to the south of Edinburgh City Centre. Break-out rooms and email facilities will be available in the nearby James Clerk Maxwell Building. The maps available here indicate the location of Kings Buildings.

Accommodation
Accommodation (single rooms with a shared bathroom) has been reserved in Pollock Halls, a student residence near the centre of Edinburgh. Rooms are available from the evening of Sunday 20 July to the morning of Sunday 27 July. If you wish to book Pollock Halls accommodation, you are advised to Register early as rooms will be allocated on a first-come first-serve basis.

Meals and refreshments
Refreshments will be provided during the five full days of the meeting.

Evening meals have been booked at Pollock Halls (for those reserving accommodation) for the evenings of Monday 21, Wednesday 23, Thursday 24 and Friday 25 July.

A combined Buffet and Registration is planned at Pollock Halls on the evening of arrival (Sunday 20 July) to which all participants are invited. It will be held in St Leonards Hall from 1830 to 2100.

The conference banquet (to which members of the Hodge family have been invited) will take place in the Playfair Library on Tuesday 22 July and will cost around £30. Follow this link for more detail on the banquet.

FINANCIAL MATTERS

1. Registration Fee
A Registration fee of £35 is payable, usually one month before the meeting begins.

2. Meeting costs

The costs will be invoiced prior to the meeting and must be paid at the very latest at Registration.

(a) Residential Fee - £265 This covers dinner, bed and breakfast (in a standard room) from the evening of Sunday 20 July to the morning of Sunday 27 July, refreshments during the conference, the Registration Buffet on Sunday 20 July and evening meals on Monday 21, Wednesday 23, Thursday 24 and Friday 25 July

(b) Non-residential Fee - £35 To cover the Registration Buffet and refreshments during the meeting.

(c) Conference Banquet (optional). A dinner has been arranged for the evening of Tuesday 22 July. The cost of this will be around £30.

3. Financial Support
There are some funds available to support participants. Those applying for support will know the result of their application by the end of March.

(a) The EC have allocated a sum to assist EU nationals who are under the age of 35. The award will cover up to 100% of the conference costs, the Registration Fee and reasonable travel costs. The awards are limited in number and will be allocated by the organisers

(b) ICMS has funds from the LMS and EPSRC to assist UK mathematicians who wish to attend the meeting and stay in Pollock Halls accommodation. Each award is worth £200 and will be deducted from the total invoice.

Registration

Please use the link below to go to the registration form.

Registration closes on 18 April 2003.

Applications for Financial Support should be received by 15 March 2003
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