Registration form: Workshop on SYZ mirror symmetry, Harvard, May 2016

Please fill and submit the form below if you are interested in attending the Workshop on SYZ Mirror Symmetry and Related Topics (Harvard University, May 6-8, 2016).

Capacity is limited, and attendance will be restricted to registered participants. We expect to receive many qualified applications, likely more than can fit in the lecture room. The organizers will let you know whether your registration can be confirmed.

Registration shall remain open until capacity is full. Participants who register after April 21 will have to arrange their own accommodation.

    Your Name (required)

    Your Email (required)

    Your Affiliation (required)

    Invited speaker/participant? YesNo

    Situation: FacultyPostdocGraduate studentOther

    Dates of attendance:   Arrival: Departure:

    Please reserve a hotel room for me: YesNo

    The organizers will attempt to arrange accommodation for participants who request it. Please be sure to indicate your arrival/departure dates here, and note any specific accommodation-related requests below. Important: make sure to notify us of any changes, as soon as possible (and before the hotel deadline, roughly 1 month before the conference).

    Graduate students and postdocs may be asked to share hotel rooms, due to space and budget constraints. Please indicate your gender; if you have a preferred roommate, please indicate so in the box below.
    Gender: MaleFemale
    Willing to share a room: (students: explain below if "no")

    If requesting funding (and you are not an invited participant), please submit a short CV by uploading it here (PDF or plain text):
    Additionally: graduate students, if requesting funding, please ask your advisor to e-mail a brief letter of recommendation in support of your participation to Denis Auroux (

    Message to the organizers

    Non-invited participants: indicate if you have funding or are applying for funding.
    Students: indicate the name of your thesis advisor.
    Speakers: indicate any scheduling constraints.