19th British Topology Meeting

Venue: Mathematics Building, University of Glasgow

Dates: 13-14th September 2004

Organisers: Andrew Baker, Tom Leinster & Richard Steiner

Support: financial support for speakers and postgraduate students has been obtained from the Edinburgh and London Mathematical Societies



Write-ups of talks

Meal at Mother India

There will be a dinner at Mother India (28 Westminster Terrace, one of Glasgow's best rated restaurants) at 19.45 on Monday evening. This is a fixed price menu costing £15 per participant, with lots of different dishes on offer including many vegetarian ones. Drinks are extra and can be bought and paid for on ordering or you can take your own drinks purchased beforehand. We need to know the precise numbers wanting to go so will ask people to sign up at registration.

Online Registration

Intending participants are asked to complete the online registration form as soon as possible.

Registration fees: normal £10, research student £5, speaker free.

We have limited funds for support of participants, other than speakers and postgraduate students.


At this stage we cannot offer to arrange any more accommodation although we will be happy to offer advice. Participants are staying at the following local hotels, and there are many other suitable places in the neighbourhood.

Heritage Hotel
4 - 5 Alfred Terrace, Glasgow, G12 8RF
Telephone: 0141 339 6955
Fax: 0141 339 6955
Scottish Tourist Board 3 Star Hotel
AA 3 Diamonds

Hillhead Hotel
32 Cecil Street
Telephone: 0141 339 7733
Fax: 0141 339 1770
Scottish Tourist Board 2 Stars

Lomond Hotel
6 Buckingham Terrace
Great Western Road
Glasgow G12 8EB
Telephone: (+44) 0141 339 2339

Getting here from central Glasgow

The easiest method involves getting the underground from St Enochs or Buchanan Street UG station and going to Hillhead Station.

Alternatively, get a bus along Great Western Road to the stop before Byres Road, or either of the number 11 and 44 buses which go along University Avenue (get off at the Boyd Orr Building).

The Mathematics Building is on University Gardens, off University Avenue.

Campus map [The Mathematics Building is D4]

For general queries please email us.

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