May 5-7, 2006
The 22nd Conference on Knot Theory and its Ramifications
George Washington University, Washington, DC

Partially supported by NSF and Math. Department of GWU


The conference is devoted to Knot Theory and its Ramifications.  Khovanov homology, skein modules, quandles and their homology will be the main topics but other parts of Knot Theory will be represented as well.

Plenary speakers include: Anna Beliakova , Scott Carter, Seiichi Kamada, Mikhail Khovanov, Scott Morrison (Distingusihed graduate student talk), Jacob Rasmussen and Masahico Saito

The conference will start at 1:00PM on Friday May 5, with Colloquium talk by Scott Carter. In the morning we will organize visit to the Gallery show of Tony Robbin's work (His art is strongly influenced by mathematics and mathematicians).

If you wish to give a talk please submit your abstract at
Abstracts can be viewed at: /cgi-bin/abstract/casv-01

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Conference Organizers:
Jozef H. Przytycki (GWU),
Yongwu Rong (GWU),
Alexander Shumakovitch (GWU),
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