NOTE: The conferences are listed in roughly chronological order.

Fall 2007:

LeHigh University, Pennsylvania:October 6-8, Lehigh University Geometry and Topology Conference.

Texas A&M:October 19-21, 38th Texas Geometry and Topology Conference.

University of Oregon:October 20-21, Pacific Northwest Geometry Seminar, 2007 Fall Meeting

IAS, Princeton:November 26-30, Workshop on Gauge Theory and Representation Theory. Part of the Special Program New connections of Representation Theory to Algebraic Geometry and Physics .

London, Ontario:December 8-10, CMS Winter meeting. Special Sessions on Algebraic Stacks, Non-Commutative Geometry.

Spring 2008:

Bonn, Germany:January 2-6 and 7-11, Winter School and Conference on moduli spaces.

Warwick, UK:UK - Japan Winter School on Algebraic and Symplectic Geometry.

Fields Institute, Toronto:January 14-17, Conference on Mathematical Physics and Geometric Analysis.

Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia:Jan 18-20, Fifth Annual Meeting, Combinatorial Algebra meets Algebraic Combinatorics.

MSRI, Berkeley:Jan 22-25. Introductory Workshop on Combinatorial Representation Theory. Part of the Combinatorial Representation Theory Semester.

Castro Urdiales, Cantabria, Spain:February 25-29, International School on Geometry and Physics: Moduli spaces in geometry, topology and physics. Part of the Semester on Moduli Spaces.

IAS, Princeton:March 10-14: Algebro-Geometric Derived Categories and Applications Workshop. Part of the Special Program New connections of Representation Theory to Algebraic Geometry and Physics .

BIRS, Banff:March 16-21: Workshop on Recent Progress on the Moduli Spaces of Curves.

PIMS, Vancouver:May 19-24: The Mathematical Legacy of Bertram Kostant.

CRM, Barcelona, Spain:June 25-28 Conference on Moment Maps. Part of the Geometric Flows. Equivariant Problems in Symplectic Geometry thematic program.

Manchester, UK:July 7-12, New Horizons in Toric Topology.

Lausanne, Switzerland:July 7-11, Poisson 2008.

If you would like to add a conference to this list or make another
announcement to the Symplectic group,
please email Johan Martens at
jmartens@math.toronto.edu