N-cube days XI (Göteborg, 2019)

On Friday and Saturday, 15-16 November 2019, we will organize the N-cube days at Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg in Sweden. The workshop is funded by Längmanska kulturfonden and Vetenskapsrådet.

If you intend to come, please send an email to one of the organizers, see below for contact info. Please let us know by November 1st if you plan to come to the conference dinner on Friday evening and inform us of any dietary restrictions.

We might have spare funding for junior participants from the Nordic countries, please indicate in your communication with us if you are interested in such support.


Confirmed speakers are:

  • Jean-Benoît Bost (Université d'Orsay)
  • Tim Dokchitser (University of Bristol)
  • Linda Frey (University of Copenhagen)
  • Lars Halle (University of Copenhagen)
  • Özlem Imamoglu (ETH, Zürich)
  • Fredrik Strömberg (University of Nottingham)
  • Joni Teräväinen (Oxford University)
  • Lola Thompson (Oberlin College/MPI Bonn)


13.00 - 13.30 Registration
13.30 - 13.35
13.35 - 14.25 Talk 1
14.35 - 15.25 Talk 2

16.10 - 17.00
Talk 3
17.10 - 18.00 Talk 4


09.00 - 09.50
Talk 5
10.00 - 10.50
Talk 6

11.20 - 12.10
Talk 7
12.20 - 13.10
Talk 8




The organizers are

We are available for further inquiries at the above email addresses.


Travel information

Gothenburg Landvetter Airport (airport code GOT) is close to Gothenburg. You can come from the airport to the city:

  • By taxi. There should be a fixed price around 500 SEK.
  • By airport bus and public transportation
    • The station for Flygbussen is next to the airport exit. You can purchase tickets on the bus. The bus brings you to the city. The first stop (Korsvägen) is the closest one to Panorama hotel.
    • Public transportation in Gothenburg is decent. You can look up your further itinerary on the Västtrafik website.

Conference venue

The conference will take place in the math building on the campus of Chalmers University of Technology, Chalmers tvärgata 3.

Talks take place in the lecture hall Pascal in the math building, room number H2022. A map is available - you can safely ignore the Swedish text on the linked webpage.