Kent Regional Algebra Weekend
November 18-19, 2006
Kent State University
The first annual Kent Regional Algebra Weekend will be held on the afternoon of Saturday November 18 and the morning of Sunday November 19, 2006. This meeting will bring together researchers in algebra from various colleges and universities in Ohio and neighboring states. There will be eight 50-minute talks that will appeal to a broad spectrum of algebraists. Talks will be held in room 228 of the Mathematical Sciences Building on the Kent campus of Kent State University.

If you plan to attend the meeting, please register with us before-hand. There is no registration fee for the conference, but we would like an approximate head-count prior to the meeting.

List of speakers
Directions and Parking
Housing
Events
Organizing committee
Sponsors
Schedule
Registration
Printable poster
Photos from the conference
List of confirmed speakers

Talks will be held in 228 Mathematical Sciences Building.

Directions and Parking

For directions outside of campus, visit our Maps and Directions page. Within the Kent campus, proceed east on Summit street past the Michael Schwartz Center and the Student Center. Our building is on the left and is identifiable by the sine wave roof. On the Kent State University map, our building is located in the South Campus region.

Parking will be free for conference participants in the lot at the Mathematical Sciences Building. This is lot R-5 on the campus parking map. You must obtain a parking pass upon arrival at the building. A representative from Kent State will be in front of the building handing out passes before the meeting starts on Saturday the 18th.

Housing

We have reserved a block of rooms at the Microtel in Streetsboro, 9371 State Route 14, Streetsboro, OH (330) 422-1234. Streetsboro is about 6 miles from Kent. The conference rate will be $49.99 per night, plus tax. Make your reservation with the Microtel directly by calling (330) 422-1234. Tell them you are with the Kent Algebra Conference. Please contact one of organizers if you encounter any trouble making your reservation.

Events

Following the Saturday talks, we will have a reception and banquet for conference participants. The banquet will cost approximately $20 per person. Locations and directions for these events will be available at the meeting.

Organizing committee

Mikhail Chebotar
Stephen M. Gagola, Jr.
Mark L. Lewis
Sean Sather-Wagstaff
Donald L. White

Sponsors

Department of Mathematical Sciences, Kent State University
The Office of the Provost, Kent State University
Kent State University Research Council


Department of Mathematical Sciences
College of Arts and Sciences
Kent State University
Last updated 27 November 2006.