The Midwest Geometry Conference had been an annual meeting since its founding in 1991 until 2007, and revived in 2012 at The University of Oklahoma, Norman. The University of Oklahoma is one of the four founding institutions, and Shihshu Walter Wei and others were involved in organizing and lecturing at the very first conference in 1991. This 20the conference is committed to to bring in researchers and scholars around the world to discuss their research and to interact with mathematicians and students from the Midwest and other regions at all levels.
It is a wonderful event or phenomenon in mathematics that the results of one discipline of thought have startling and unexpected consequences in another. The conference is a valuable networking opportunity, as well as a great venue for dialogue on mathematical concepts, ideas, theories, methods, interconnectedness, applications, problems, collaborations, and the direction of mathematics. While we believe in that diversity is a strength, many things are connected, woven together; the common bound is sacred and scarcely one thing is foreign to another, the Midwest Geometry Conference has consisted of the following nineteen meetings:
Edited by En-Bing Lin and Shihshu Walter Wei
SIGMA Symmetry Integrability Geom. Methods Appl.3 (2007), Edited by Michael Eastwood and A. Rod Gover
American Mathmatics Society Contemporary Mathematics, 646, Providence, RI, 2015,
Edited by Weiping Li and Shihshu Walter Wei
http://dx.doi.org/10.1090/conm/646
Each of these nineteen conferences has the support from the National Science Foundation.
The 20th Midwest Geometry Conference will take place January 17-18, 2015 at the University of Oklahoma, located in Norman, Oklahoma:
Everyone is welcome! Minorities, women, persons with disabilities, graduate students, recent Ph.D.s, postdoctoral researchers, junior faculty, and high school math teachers are especially encouraged to participate.