The Minnowbrook Workshop is over! Thanks to all the participants and lecturers for a fantastic experience. Notes from all the talks will be posted soon.

What is it?

A workshop on Commutative Algebra and its interactions with Homological Algebra, Representation Theory, Intersection Theory, and Singularity Theory.

Who is it for?

The workshop will be aimed at advanced graduate students and postdocs in Commutative Algebra and related fields. Soon you will be able to read about the Participants.

When will it be?

August 5-10, 2005.

Where is it?

In upstate New York, at the Minnowbrook Adirondack Conference Center, which is owned by Syracuse University. Here's a Map and driving directions in PDF and GIF formats, and some more information on where Minnowbrook is. We also have more information on our Accommodations page.

What will the format be?

The workshop will be built around three series of lectures by leading researchers in the field. Each will give three one-hour talks. There will also be three supporting sessions per main speaker, which will be given by the participants. See the Program page for more information.
update 26 July: The topics for all lectures are posted on the Program page, along with an updated schedule.
update 28 July: The schedule has been updated.

Who are the main speakers?

Luchezar Avramov, Ragnar-Olaf Buchweitz, and Paul Roberts. You can read more about them on the Speakers page.

How can I participate?

The deadline for applications has now passed. We thank you all for your interest.

Who is in charge?

The workshop is organized by Srikanth Iyengar, Graham Leuschke, Claudia Miller, and Anurag Singh. Please feel free to contact any of us for more information.