headquarters of the workshop will be the Information Technology Building (ITB) that houses
Department of Computing and Software. Depending on numbers, 2--4 rooms in ITB will be made
available for morning and afternoon meetings throughout the week.
will be no presentations --- except perhaps ad hoc
problem-related ones ---, just working sessions interspersed with generous recesses for
coffee and meals. The mood is relaxed, but still the intent is serious: to spend time
among colleagues and friends exploring fundamental problems of our research discipline.
As with past StringMasters, we expect that many papers will result from the
deliberations of the Masters & Mistresses of stringology who attend.
None, but please contact either Bill Smyth or Franya Franek to let us know if you wish to
attend (just go to the workshop's home page and click on either picture of the
Eating & Drinking
There are numerous restaurants, widely differing in menu, atmosphere and price within a
few minutes' walk of our headquarters --- all provide adequate fuel for research progress.
You can fly to Toronto (Pearson International) airport from anywhere in the world ---
McMaster is about an hour and a CDN$100 taxi ride away.
Please pass this announcement on to anyone you think may be interested.