What is it?
The Nikolaus conference is an annual meeting at Lehrstuhl D für Mathematik (RWTH Aachen). The main aim is to bring together people who have recently finished a thesis on a topic in group or representation theory and some established people in this area. Particularly welcome are reports on projects with a computational aspect.
When is it?
The talks will be scheduled from
Friday, December 9, 2016, about 2pm to
Saturday, December 10, 2016, about 6pm.
All talks will be at most 20 minutes.
Long coffee breaks and "evening sessions" can be used for further discussions.
After the talks on Saturday we will have the traditional Research Cambridge Style session in a nearby restaurant and pub. For this reason many participants will stay until Sunday morning.
Where is it?
The talks and coffee breaks will be in Pontdriesch 14/16. A lecture hall is in the ground floor, and Lehrstuhl D is in the first floor (German counting).
Where can I register?
If you intend to come, we ask you to tell us by filling this registration form.
A registration is particularly appreciated if you offer to give a talk!
Where can I stay?
(We had rooms in the Guesthouse but these are all booked now.)
Note that in December there is a very popular Christmas market in Aachen with plenty of outside visitors. Many less expensive rooms are already booked.