The seventh annual Mid-Atlantic Algebra, Geometry, and Combinatorics (MAAGC) Workshop will take place March 13 -- 15, 2020 at the University of Virginia.

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 National Science Foundation grant DMS-1728937 and a Mellon Tri-College Roots Grant.

RegistrationPlease register here; it 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. Please include a tentative poster title during registration if you wish to be considered. (Optional: Please fill in this form if you would like to join MAAGC Google group or if you want to find a roommate during the workshop.)

Financial support:
  There is limited funding for regional travel and housing, especially for junior participants participating in the poster session. Register by February 1, 2020 
to receive full consideration for funding for travel and housing. Some funds for childcare are available -- please contact the organizers as soon as possible if childcare is requested.


Jonah Blasiak (Drexel University)
Linda Chen (Swarthmore College)
Rosa Orellana (Dartmouth College)
Anne Schilling (UC Davis)

Organizing Committee:  Linda Chen (Swarthmore), Sarah Mason (Wake Forest), Elizabeth Milićević (Haverford), Jennifer Morse (UVA), Amy Myers (Bryn Mawr), Anna Pun (UVA), George Seelinger (UVA).

Scientific Committee: Alexander Diaz-Lopez (Villanova), Jim Haglund (UPenn), Sarah Mason (Wake Forest), Elizabeth Milićević (Haverford), Jennifer Morse (UVA).


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 includes a brief application to participate. For some excellent advice and several links to poster making resources (including templates), see this conference poster advice page.

Hotel, Location, and Directions: Book your hotel early since Charlottesville hotels fill up quickly. The ideal location is Main St. W (such as Graduate Hotel, Hampton Inn & Suites, and Courtyard by Marriot). Here is a list of hotels (including special rates negotiated by the AMS) with information about directions and other local information. If you need to find a roommate, please fill in this form.

Special session of the AMS:  This year, the workshop will be organized around a special session on recent combinatorial advances in representation theory and geometry: AMS session