All talks will be held in the Russell Love Theatre, which is in the Richard Berry Building. Look for the hallway with the 3-d printing hanging in it and the Russell Love Theatre is next to the J. Mitchell Theatre and across the hall from the Evan Williams Theatre and .

The Russell Love Theatre is equipped with digital projectors, two document cameras, and (large) chalk boards.

A schedule of the talks can be found here.

Speakers:

- Anthony Blaom, University of Auckland, “Integrating infinitesimal symmetry”
- Benjamin Burton, University of Queensland, “Courcelle’s theorem for triangulations”
- Grant Cairns, La Trobe University, “Piecewise linear periodic maps of the plane with integer coefficients”
- Thoan Do, La Trobe University, “An EDS approach to the inverse problem in the calculus of variations”
- Bell Foozwell, University of Melbourne, “Building Haken 4-manifolds”
- David Gauld, University of Auckland, “Exotic differential structures and other non-metrisable phenomena”
- Wolfgang Globke, University of Adelaide, “Locally homogeneous pp-waves”
- Carolyn Gordon, Dartmouth College, “Maximal symmetry of Einstein solvmanifolds”
- Drew Heard, Max Planck Institute for Mathematics, “The $K(n)$-local $E_n$-based Adams spectral sequence”
- Craig Hodgson, University of Melbourne, “Low volume hyperbolic 3-manifolds with totally geodesic boundary”
- Neil Hoffman, University of Melbourne, “Verified canonical triangulations of hyperbolic 3-manifolds”
- Joshua Howie, University of Melboure, “A Characterisation of Alternating Knots”
- Yi Huang, University of Melbourne, “Flipping numbers and curves”
- Thomas Leistner, University of Adelaide, “Cauchy problems for Lorentzian manifolds with special holonomy”
- Clément Maria, University of Queensland, “Zigzag Persistent Homology: Theory and Algorithms”
- Daniel Mathews, Monash University, “Strings, fermions and the topology of curves on surfaces”
- Maarten McKubre-Jordens, University of Canterbury, “On the Measurement of a Circle”
- Jun Murakami, Waseda University, “Volumes of hyperbolic and spherical polyhedrons”
- Yuri Nikolayevsky, La Trobe University “Locally conformally Berwald manifolds”
- Tracy Payne, Idaho State University “Applications of evolutionary game theory to geometric flows”
- Geoffrey Prince, AMSI, “A new formulation of the Bianchi identities”
- David Roberts, University of Adelaide, “String structures on homogeneous bundles”
- J. Hyam Rubinstein, University of Melbourne, “Spun normal surfaces”
- Callum Sleigh, University of Auckland, “Tractor calculus and cohomology of discrete groups”
- Jonathan Spreer, University of Queensland, “Tight triangulations of closed 3-manifolds”
- Ioannis Tsartsaflis, La Trobe University, “A bijection in cohomology of filiform Lie algebras over $Z_2$”
- Christopher Tuffley, Massey University, “Intrinsic linking with linking numbers divisible by $q$”
- David Yost, Federation University Australia, “Lower bound theorems for general polytopes”

Organisers:

- Craig Hodgson, University of Melbourne
- Neil Hoffman, University of Melbourne
- Daniel Mathews, Monash University