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### Announcements

#### GLaMP 2019

The fourth Great Lakes Mathematical and Physics meeting will take place June 28-30, 2019 on the campus of Oberlin College, with support from the MSU-IMTP, the International Association of Mathematical Physics, the Institute for Mathematics and Applications, the American Institute of Physics. Further information can be found at the conference website: https://sites.google.com/msu.edu/glamp2019/ |

#### GLaMP 2018

The third Great Lakes Mathematical Physics meeting will take place June 22-24, 2018. The registration form and further information may be found on the conference webpage: |

#### GLaMP 2017

The second Great Lakes Mathematical Physics meeting will take place in June 2017. We have received a grant from the NSF to support the conference. More information will be posted to the conference webpage linked to the tab above as it becomes available. |

#### Great Lakes Mathematical Physics Meeting

Information about the Great Lakes Mathematical Physics Meeting can be found at the link GLaMP2016 above. If you are interested in attending the meeting or in receiving updates from the organizers, please fill out the online form. |

#### Great Lakes Mathematical Physics Meeting

The IMTP will host the first Great Lakes Mathematical Physics Meeting in June 2016. Further details will be posted in the near future. |

#### Summer School August 17 to 21

We are pleased to announce the first MSU Institute for Mathematical Physics Summer School, August 17 to 21 2015. We will have mini-courses from Kai Sun (U Michigan), Jens Koch (Northwestern U), Maxim Dzero (Kent State), J. Baik (U Michigan) and J. Quastel (U Toronto). Further information can be found here. |

#### New Postdoctoral Hires

We are pleased to announce that Rajinder Mavi and Nicholas Sedlmayr will join the MSU-IMP as postdoctoral fellows starting in August 2015. |

#### Postdoctoral Positions

The Institute for Mathematical Physics will have 2 postdoctoral positions available beginning Fall semester 2015. Details can be found in the positions page on this site and on mathjobs.org. |

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