Mid-Atlantic Seminar On Numbers IV

(MASON IV)
Gettysburg College
March 7-8th 2020

Registration is open! Please Register for the conference here.

Description

Continuting the success of the MASON series of conferences, Gettysburg College will be hosting the fourth in the MASON series of conferences in March 2020.

The Mid-Atlantic Seminar On Numbers is a series of conferences in number theory held at colleges and universities in the Mid Atlantic region.

We are able to provide partial travel support for junior participants to attend the conference and are grateful to the National Science Foundation and the Number Theory Foundation for their support.

Information on MASON III

Dates: March 7-8th 2020.
Location: Gettysburg College, Gettysburg PA
Local Organizers: Darren Glass and Ricardo Conceicao.
There is no registration fee to attend Mason IV, but please register for the conference here.

Plenary Speakers

Helen Grundman (Bryn Mawr), Amita Malik (Rutgers) and Steven Miller (Williams).

Contributed Talks

Contributed talks are twenty minutes in length. Use this form to submit a talk. If you would like to contribute a talk, please submit it to us by February 28th.

Directions and Parking

Gettysburg College is located in Gettysburg Pennsylvania, approximately an hour northwest of Baltimore, two hours west of Philadelphia.

The closest and most convenient airports are Harrisburg International Airport (a 45-minute drive) and Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (a 75-minute drive).

We did not reserve a block of rooms at any hotel because there are many options in the Gettysburg area and it is not tourist season. You might be able to find better rates by shopping around, but two hotels we recommend for their convenience are:

  • The Gettysburg Hotel is just two blocks from campus and right in the heart of town. (Currently $117/night)
  • The Best Western Gettysburg is a newly renovated hotel one mile from campus and surrounded by restaurants. (Currently $88/night)

    Parking on campus is plentiful and free on weekends. Your best bet will be to park in the Constitution Lot. Talks will be held in the Science Center building (labeled #15 on the map). A campus map can be found here.

    MASON is dedicated to providing a welcoming, inclusive, and harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, nationality, race, political beliefs, veteran status, age or religion. We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form. Conference participants violating these rules may be asked to leave the conference at the discretion of the conference organizers. If you are the victim of harassment or witness any form of harassment during the conference or associated events, please contact one of the conference organizers immediately.


    Last modified 14 January 2020