Deadline to Register
Friday September 24, 2021
Alex Lubotzky, Hebrew University
The theory of expander graphs has seen increased interaction between mathematics and computer science in the last 50 years with a high dimensional theory emerging in recent years that has shown unexpected applications in both areas.
In October 2019 the Simons Foundation held a first-of-its-kind meeting on high dimensional expanders, which promoted more interest and interaction around this subject. This current workshop will again bring mathematicians and computer scientists, with a wide range of interests, to report and hear about the developments over the last two years and to discuss future directions of research.
Nima Anari, Stanford University
Michael Chapman, Hebrew University
Louis Golowich, Harvard University
Matthew Kahle, Ohio State University
Caroline J. Klivans, Brown University
Izhar Oppenheim, Ben-Gurion University
Andreas Thom, TU Dresden
Madhur Tulsiani, TTI Chicago
Gilles Zemor, University of Bordeaux
Wednesday, October 27
8:30 AM CHECK-IN & BREAKFAST 9:30 AM PROGRAM | TBA 10:30 AM BREAK 11:00 AM PROGRAM | TBA 12:00 PM LUNCH 1:30 PM PROGRAM | TBA 2:30 PM BREAK 3:00 PM PROGRAM | TBA 4:00 PM BREAK 5:00 PM PUBLIC LECTURE | Irit Dinur 6:15 PM DAY ONE CONCLUDES
Thursday, October 28
8:30 AM CHECK-IN & BREAKFAST 9:30 AM PROGRAM | TBA 10:30 AM BREAK 11:00 AM PROGRAM | TBA 12:00 PM LUNCH 1:00 PM PROGRAM | TBA 2:00 PM BREAK 2:30 PM PROGRAM | TBA 3:30 PM BREAK 4:00 PM PROGRAM | TBA 5:00 PM DAY TWO CONCLUDES
Friday, October 29
8:30 AM CHECK-IN & BREAKFAST 9:30 AM PROGRAM | TBA 10:30 AM BREAK 11:00 AM PROGRAM | TBA 12:00 PM LUNCH 1:00 PM PROGRAM | TBA 2:00 PM MEETING CONCLUDES
Simons Foundation Lecture: Wednesday, October 27
Institute for Advanced Study & Weizmann Institute
A public lecture on meeting themes will be presented following the invitation-only portion of the first day of the conference. Participants are encouraged to register and attend.
Simons Foundation Lectures are free public colloquia related to basic science and mathematics. These high-level talks are intended for professors, students, postdocs and business professionals, but interested people from the metropolitan area are welcome as well.
Participation & Funding
Participation in the meeting falls into the following four categories. An individual’s participation category is communicated via their letter of invitation.
The foundation will arrange and pay for all air and train travel to the conference as well as hotel accommodations and reimbursement of local expenses. Business-class airfare will be booked for all flights over five hours.
Individuals in Group B are partially funded by the Simons Foundation. The foundation will arrange and pay for hotel accommodations for up to 4 nights at The James NoMad Hotel as well as provide meals during the conference. Attendees are responsible for booking and paying for their travel as well local expenses.
Group C – Remote Participants
Individuals in Group C will participate in the meeting remotely. Please register at the link above and a remote participation link will be sent to you approximately two weeks prior to the meeting.
Travel & Hotel
Air and Train
The foundation will arrange and pay for all air and train travel to the conference for those in Group A. Please provide your travel specifications by clicking the registration link above. If you are unsure of your group, please refer to your invitation sent via email.
For participants in Group A driving to Manhattan, The James NoMad Hotel offers valet parking. Please note there are no in-and-out privileges when using the hotel’s garage, therefore it is encouraged that participants walk or take public transportation to the Simons Foundation.
Participants in Group A who require accommodations are hosted by the foundation for a maximum of three nights at The James NoMad Hotel. Any additional nights are at the attendee’s own expense. To arrange accommodations, please register at the link above.
The James NoMad Hotel
22 E 29th St
New York, NY 10016
(between 28th and 29th Streets)
For driving directions to The James NoMad, please click here.
ALL in-person meeting attendees must be vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus with a World Health Organization approved vaccine, be beyond the 14-day inoculation period of their final dose, and provide proof of vaccination upon arrival to the conference. Acceptable vaccines can be found at the bottom of this page on WHO’s site.
Individuals in Group A will be reimbursed for meals not hosted by the Simons Foundation as well as local expenses, including ground transportation. Additional information in this regard will be emailed on the final day of the meeting.