May 27–29 and June 3–5, 2022
The Department of Mathematics at Hofstra University is pleased to host the 2022 Zassenhaus Group and Friends Conference. The conference will consist of two rounds of talks: May 27–29 online through Zoom and June 3–5 in person at Hofstra University.
This conference continues the series of Ohio State-Denison Mathematics Conferences first organized in the 1960’s by Hans Zassenhaus. In addition to established mathematicians, the organizers would like to invite graduate students and young group theorists to consider attending. All speakers will be given equal time, typically 20 minutes. The archive of past conferences is available at the conference series web page.
Registration is free. There is no registration deadline for the conference. The deadline for abstract submission is May 20, 2022. The in-person part of the conference starts on Friday, June 3 at 1:00pm, and ends on Sunday, June 5 at 1:00pm.
Submit an Abstract
The deadline for submitting an abstract is May 20, 2022.
In-person talks will be held in Breslin Hall (Building 23 on this pdf map). Travel directions to the campus of Hofstra University can be found here. The conference will follow Hofstra’s event guidelines.
Program and Abstracts
Zoran Sunic, email@example.com
Zekeriya Karatas, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Conference Organizing Committee:
- Fernando Guzman, Binghamton University
- Luise Kappe, Binghamton University (emeritus)
- Zekeriya (Yalcin) Karatas, University of Cinncinnati Blue Ash College
- Arturo Magidin, University of Louisiana - Lafayette
- Hung Tong-Viet, Binghamton University
Local Organizing Committee:
- Kira Adaricheva, Hofstra University
- Eric Rowland, Hofstra University
- Zoran Sunic, Hofstra University