Date: Tue Nov 20 12:07:16 GMT 2012
From: izumiya at
Subject: [Fwd: Singularities workshop, Edinburgh 2-6 September 2013]
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件名:   Singularities workshop, Edinburgh 2-6 September 2013
差出人: "Giblin, Peter" 
日付:   2012年 11月 20日(火)9:00 pm
宛先:   "Giblin, Peter" 

Please pass this announcement to anyone who might be interested (and
in advance for multiple posting)

Third workshop on Singularities in Generic Geometry and Applications

The third in this series of workshops, begun in Valencia in 2009 and
continued in
Bedlewo, Poland in 2011, will take place at

The International Centre for Mathematical Sciences (ICMS), Edinburgh,
from 2 September to 6 September 2013.

The Workshop will celebrate the 60th birthday of Prof. S. Janeczko.

The proceedings of the first two workshops were published respectively in
'Topology and
its Applications' (February 2012) and the  Journal of Singularities
(Volume 6, 2012)

Limited funding is available from the sponsors, the Engineering and
Physical Sciences
Research Council (EPSRC) and the London Mathematical Society. This should
take the
form of accommodation costs for invited speakers, some lunches and the
dinner for all participants, and limited travel costs for some speakers.
Please note
that it is a requirement of the sponsors that all participants pay the
fee which is expected to be GBP 50. It is of great assistance if some
can find alternative funding since this makes funds available to those who
unable to do this.

The ICMS issues formal invitations about 6 months before the Workshop but so
far the following have accepted informal invitations to speak:

Alexandru Dimca (Nice, France)
Andrew du Plessis (Aarhus, Denmark)
Nicolas Dutertre (Marseille, France)
Wolfgang Ebeling (Munster, Germany)
Shyuichi Izumiya (Hokkaido, Japan)
Anatoli Libgober (Illinois at Chicago)
David Mond (Warwick, UK)
Patrick Popescu-Pampu (Lille, France)
Richard Rimanyi (UNC, Chapel Hill, USA)
Farid Tari (Universidad de S縊 Paulo, Brasil)

If you are interested in attending (and have not already replied to me)
please respond
to this email. It would of course be very helpful to know the level of
you would need in order to make it possible for you to attend. We hope
to welcome young researchers and PhD students.

The organizers are Jean-Paul Brasselet, Peter Giblin [the author of this
and Victor Goryunov:
jean-paul.brasselet at
pjgiblin at
goryunov at