The Transpennine Topology Triangle
Seventieth Meeting - Joint with Moscow State University

School of Mathematics
Alan Turing Building
University of Manchester
Monday 2 and Tuesday 3 November 2009

Supported by The London Mathematical Society and
The Royal Society/Russian Foundation for Basic Research.

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The talks will take place in Room G209, on the ground floor of the Alan Turing Building. This is on the east side of the campus, off Upper Brook Street and about 100m south of the junction with Booth Street East. It is about 15 minutes walk from Piccadilly station, through the old UMIST campus and under the Mancunian Way. The building is number 46 on the University Campus map.

Refreshment breaks will be held in the Atrium Bridge Common Room, on the first floor, where there are ample facilities for mathematical discussion.

Lunch is available at several local venues, including the cafe in the atrium, the vegetarian "On the Eighth Day" restaurant, the "Tai Pan" Chinese restaurant across Upper Brook Street, and Blackwells Bookshop. We expect to visit a nearby restaurant on Monday 2 November for early-evening dinner.

We regret that we do not have the facilities to arrange overnight accommodation, but there are several budget hotels close by, such as IBIS Charles Street.

Informal meetings will be held in the Frank Adams Seminar Room during the period November 4--6. The primary purpose will be for Manchester PhD students to discuss ongoing research work with their Moscow counterparts.

Programme: Monday 2 November

Programme: Tuesday 3 November

Everyone who wishes to participate is welcome, particularly postgraduate students. The TTT will adhere to its usual criterea for assistance with travel expenses, which will be administered on the spot by John Greenlees. Beneficiaries will need to complete the standard forms, and may require their NI numbers and details of UK bank accounts. Please email nigel.ray(at) if you expect to attend, so that we can cater for appropriate numbers.

The meeting is supported by the London Mathematical Society and The Royal Society/Russian Foundation for Basic Research.

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