36th Summer Topology Conference

July 18-22, 2022

University of Vienna, Department of Mathematics
Oskar-Morgenstern-Platz 1, 1090 Vienna, AUSTRIA

Organizing/Scientific Committee

Planned special sessions with session organisers

Functional Analysis in Topology (Damian Sobota)
Continuum theory (Ana Anušić, Jan Boronski)
Foliation theory (Olga Lukina, Hiraku Nozawa)
Geometric group theory (Kasia Jankiewicz, Rachel Skipper and Daniel Studenmund)
Set-theoretic topology (Boaz Tsaban, Lyubomyr Zdomsky)
Tiling spaces (Henna Koivusalo, Jamie Walton)
Topological dynamics (Lori Alvin, Lubomir Snoha)


There will be opportunity to present posters. This is online and potentially also physically (but this depends on number of posters - the space to put up paper posters is unfortunately limited). The electronic version will be put on the conference website (accessible to participants only) and we will schedule a particular time for a zoom-meeting where the posters can be presented in separate break-out rooms.
Please email your interest to the organizer of the session your poster fits in best, or to the main organizers if you don't think it fits well in any session.


Funded in part by: ASL, NSF, FWF, Uni Wien

Student Association of Symbolic Logic members may apply for (limited) ASL travel funds to attend the conference. Please note that applications must be received three months prior to the start of the meeting. For further information contact the ASL administrator Shannon Miller (asl@uconn.edu) and see https://aslonline.org/meetings/student-travel-awards/.

An NSF grant will financially support selected US participants to attend the conference. Awards will be made based on the strength of the applicants' scientific track record, the fit of their research to the themes of the meeting, and whether they will be presenting their research at the meeting. Junior researchers, women and underrepresented minorities are especially encouraged to apply. To apply for the NSF support please submit the following information by email to sumtopo2022nsf.mathematik@univie.ac.at: a brief statement about your research and how it fits within the scope of the meeting; an estimate of your expenses to attend the meeting; your CV.