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October 10, 2011

The 5th Scottish Category Theory Seminar

Posted by Tom Leinster

As surely as the mating season of the haggis comes round twice a year, it’ll soon be time for another Scottish Category Theory Seminar:

5th Scottish Category Theory Seminar

Informatics Forum, University of Edinburgh

Friday 25 November 2011, 2.00–5.40pm

The fifth meeting of the Scottish Category Theory Seminar will feature talks by the following speakers.

The meeting is open to all. There is no registration, but, if you intend to come, it would be helpful (but is not essential) to send an email to (changing # to @).

This meeting is generously supported by the Glasgow Mathematical Journal Trust. Its organizer is Alex Simpson. (We devolved organization of individual meetings to the respective locals, which should make it OK that I’m both an organizer of the series and a speaker at this meeting—right?)

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Re: The 5th Scottish Category Theory Seminar

Titles and abstracts are now available; I’ve just updated the post with these. See you there!

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