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Posted by Andreas Holmstrom on November 25, 2009

The Events page has been updated again. Some highlights:

- Copenhagen Topology Conference (Jan 8-10)
- Cohomology of algebraic varieties, Hodge theory, algebraic cycles, motives, in Paris (April 26-30)
- Regulators in Barcelona (July 12-22)

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Posted by Andreas Holmstrom on October 18, 2009

A few more conferences have been added to the Events page. Some highlights for the coming months:

- Workshop on motives in Tokyo
- Advanced school and conference on homological and geometrical methods in representation theory, Trieste
- Arithmetic of fundamental groups, Heidelberg
- Algebraic Geometry and Arithmetic, Essen
- International School on Geometry and Physics. Geometric Langlands and Gauge Theory, Barcelona

See the Events page for dates and much more.

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