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Introduction

In the times of social distancing, many mathematical activities are moving online, and it is now possible to choose seminars not on the basis of location, but on the basis of interests. Forseeing that mathematical activities will continue to move online, and thus become accessible to a wider audience, we decided to create this website as a resource to facilitate these changes.

The website is designed with the idea to keep it simple and easily extendable. The ways it will be extended depend on you, so please send us your suggestions.

Please send any bug reports and technical requests to anton dot mellit at univie dot ac dot at.

Steering committee

  • Andrea Appel, University of Parma
  • Sasha Braverman, University of Toronto
  • Eugene Gorsky, University of California, Davis
  • David Jordan, University of Edinburgh
  • Bernhard Keller, University of Paris
  • Anton Mellit, University of Vienna
  • Francesco Sala, University of Pisa
  • Olivier Schiffmann, Universit√© de Paris-Sud ORSAY
  • Paul Wedrich, MSRI and MPIM Bonn

Programming

  • Anton Mellit, University of Vienna

Special thanks to Alex Chandler, University of Vienna.

Markdown

Information about seminars can be entered using Markdown https://www.markdownguide.org/basic-syntax. This is a language that combines simple text with markup functionalities. Simple text can be entered as is. Line breaks are ignored and paragraphs are separated using empty lines. Some of the most common markups are:

Headers

# Main title
## Subtitle
### Subsubtitle

Fonts

*italic*
**bold**

become italic, bold

Links

<https://simple.link>
[click here](https://simple.link)

become https://simple.link, click here.

Code or filenames

```
print 'Hello World'
```

and

`output.txt`

become

print 'Hello World'

and output.txt. Watch out, these signs are backticks, not quotes!

Lists

 * item 1
 * item 2

become

  • item 1
  • item 2

Latex

$$
2+2=4
$$

and

$2+2=4$

become and .

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