May 21—23, 2018

University of Alaska Fairbanks

This workshop will bring together researchers who study mathematical General Relativity, especially elliptic aspects of the theory.

Confirmed Speakers

Paul Allen (Lewis & Clark)
Carla Cederbaum (U Tübingen)
Justin Corvino (Lafayette)
Stefan Czimek (U Toronto)
Greg Galloway (U Miami)
Romain Gicquaud (U Tours)
Lan-Hsuan Huang (U Connecticut)
Dan Lee (CUNY)
Christos Mantoulidis (MIT)
Iva Stavrov-Allen (Lewis & Clark)


David Maxwell (U Alaska Fairbanks)
Daniel Pollack (U Washington)


Send an email to David Maxwell.


Many conference participants will be staying at:

Other hotels near the university include:

UAF student housing rents out 4-bedroom apartments (with kitchen) during the summer months for about $120 a night. Reservations open starting March 1, 2018.

Travel Information

Visitor resources are available from Explore Fairbanks.

Fairbanks has an international airport minutes from the university and is served by direct flights from the lower 48 states. In the summer there are also some direct flights from Europe (e.g. Condor Airlines).

Although Fairbanks has a public transit system, service is limited and is restricted to the city core. Uber just started in Alaska, and there are a number of taxi services. For participants staying at Pike's Waterfront Lodge, there will be a daily shuttle between the university and the hotel. Car rentals are available at the airport.

Tourism destinations in the region include: