|Saturday, June 10, 2006|
|10:00h - 10:30h||Coffee and tea|
|10:30h - 11:30h||Nick Gill (University of Cambridge ; currently Ghent University)
Transitive projective planes
|11:30h - 12:00h||Coffee break|
|12:00h - 13:00h||Karel Dekimpe (KU Leuven campus Kortrijk)
Affine actions on nilpotent Lie groups
|13:00h - 14:30h||Lunch break|
|14:30h - 15:30h||Koen Thas (Ghent University)
Kantor families, normal F-factors and local Moufang properties
|15:30h - 16:00h||Coffee break|
|16:00h - 17:00h||Thorsten Theobald (TU Berlin)
We would appreciate if you would register, by simply entering your name below, and the number of people who will come with you (including yourself). This information will only be used to give us an idea about how much sandwiches we have to provide for lunch (which is free!).
In case you plan to arrive on Friday, this list of hotels might help you. If you are interested to visit Ghent (which is a beautiful historical city, voted "most pleasant city of Flanders" in 2005), the website www.gent.be is a good starting point to find more information.
This map might help you to find the precise location of the department of pure mathemematics and computer algebra, where the event will take place. It can easily be reached by train (15 minute walk from the main station) or by highway (E17 or E40).
If you need more information, you can contact one of the organizers, by sending an email message to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
(last update: May 18, 2006)