The fourth annual Mid-Atlantic Algebra, Geometry, and Combinatorics (MAAGC) Workshop will take place Friday and Saturday, April 27-28 2018, at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

The MAAGC Workshop aims to bring together senior researchers and junior mathematicians from the region to exchange ideas and forge collaborations in algebra, geometry, and combinatorics. The conference is funded by the National Science Foundation grant DMS-1728937 and by a Mellon Tri-College Roots Grant.

Registration: Registration is free, but helpful for planning purposes (space and refreshments). Junior participants (undergraduate and graduate students as well as postdocs) are encouraged to participate in the poster session. 

Financial support:
  There is funding for regional travel and housing, especially for junior participants participating in the poster session. Register by TBA to be considered for funding for travel and housing. Some funds for childcare are available - please contact the organizers as soon as possible if childcare is requested. 

Confirmed Speakers:

Sylvie Corteel (CNRS, LIAFA, Université Denis Diderot - Paris 7)
Allen Knutson (Cornell)
Vic Reiner (U Minnesota)
Monica Vazirani (UC Davis)

Scientific Committee: Jonah Blasiak (Drexel), Linda Chen (Swarthmore), Jim Haglund (Penn), Elizabeth Milićević (Haverford), Amy Myers (Bryn Mawr), Jennifer Morse (Drexel), Greta Panova (Penn).

Schedule: (Click on title for abstracts.)

Friday, TBA (TBA):

 3:30pm-4:30pm Friday arrival lecture (and special weekly CAGE Seminar):
 TBA


Saturday, TBA (TBA)

 9:00-9:30am    Registration and coffee
 9:30-10:30am    TBA
 10:30-11:00am Break
 11:00-11:45am When to say yes, and how to say no!
 Panelists: TBA
 Moderated by Liz Milicevic
 11:45am-1:30pm Lunch break
 1:30pm-2:30pm TBA
 2:30pm-3:00pm Break
 3:00pm-4:00pm TBA
 4:10pm-5:30pm   Poster Session / Reception


Panel: There will be a 45-minute panel discussion.
 This professional development event is intended for all participants as well as members of the regional mathematics community: students, postdocs and faculty. 

Posters: We encourage all students and postdocs to participate in the poster session. The registration page will include a brief application to participate. For some excellent advice and several links to poster making resources (including templates), see this conference poster advice page.

Location and Directions: Drexel University is located adjacent to Philadelphia's 30th Street Station served by Amtrak and SEPTA. See this webpage for information on directions, parking, and maps.

Hotel: TBA.