Dedicated to memory of Xiao-Song Lin (1957-2007)

April 13-15, 2007
The 24th Conference on Knot Theory and its Ramifications
George Washington University, Washington, DC

The conference will start at 2:30PM on Friday April 13 (1957 E St. room 212),
with opening remarks by Kunio Murasugi followed by a plenary talk by Uwe Kaiser
about skein
modules and their ramifications.

At 1PM Lenore Blum (Carnegie Mellon University) is giving Colloquium talk.

Plenary speakers include: Uwe Kaiser, Louis H. Kauffman, Sofia Lambropoulou, Masahico Saito, Adam Sikora, and Stephan Wehrli.

If you wish to give a talk please submit your abstract at:

Abstracts can be viewed at:

In addition, two additional seminar talks will take place at 12:45 - 2 pm, 1957 E Street, Room 311:

April 12: Kunio Murasugi (Toronto University) "Twisted Alexander polynomial"

April 19: Isabel Darcy (University of Iowa) "Modeling protein-DNA complexes using tangles"



DIRECTIONS to George Washington University

TRANSPORTATION in and around Washington FAQ


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

Contact address:

P.S. Take a look at:

P.P.S. Knots in Washington XXV will take place at... for further information check the main conference website often:



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