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Georgia Discrete Analysis Conference

Dates: May 14-17 2018

Venue: The University of Georgia

Aim: The purpose of the conference is to exchange ideas related to the latest developments in discrete analysis with a focus on those in arithmetic combinatorics.

Contact: Send us an email

SCHEDULE (All talks are in Room 328 of the Boyd Graduate Studies Research Center)



  • Tom Bloom (Bristol, UK)
  • Pablo Candela (Autonoma, Spain)
  • David Conlon (Oxford, UK)
  • Jacob Fox (Stanford, USA)
  • Freddie Manners (Stanford, USA)
  • Sean Prendiville (Manchester, UK)
  • Misha Rudnev (Bristol, UK)
  • Tom Sanders (Oxford, UK)
  • Olof Sisask (KTH, Sweden)
  • Jozsef Solymosi (British Columbia, Canada)
  • Tamar Ziegler (Hebrew University, Israel)

Organisers: Ernie Croot (Georgia Tech), Neil Lyall (UGA), Akos Magyar (UGA) and Giorgis Petridis (UGA).

We acknowledge the support of the National Science Foundation via DMS Award 1804049 and of The University of Georgia.

Register here. The deadline for registration is Friday April 20. Applications for financial support will begin being reviewed on Monday April 2. In order to receive reimbursement, receipts must have been submitted by Thursday May 24 (and preferably on the last day of a participant's stay). This deadline will be enforced.

Local information can be found here. Blocks of rooms are being held for GDA participants at two hotels. Participants must make reservations themselves.

  • At the Holiday Inn Exress for $95 per night plus taxes. Reservations must be made by April 22 using the code GDA/University of Georgia.
  • At Hotel Indigo for $109 per night plus taxes. Reservations must be made by April 13 using the code Georgia Discrete Analysis Attendees.

The week following the Georgia Discrete Analysis conference, there is the NSF-CBMS Conference on Additive Combinatorics from a Geometric Viewpoint in the near-by University of South Carolina. On the same week there is the annual CANT conference in New York.