There is no conference fee.

Accommodation and local costs (breakfast, dinner, and coffee breaks) will be covered by the conference.  All the participants will be provided accommodation at the Jugendherberge (Youth hostel) near the Aasee.  Participants requiring family support to attend the event will be able to apply for this when registering.

 

Travel Funding

We have limited travel funding available for US based participants.   If your affiliation is in the United States, you can apply for funding by filling out the form here before Nov 30.   You must also register for the conference.

We do not expect to have travel funds for non-US based participants.

 

We would like to encourage participants to make environmental-friendly decisions regarding their travel to Münster. In particular, we encourage you to consider traveling by train whenever possible and keeping an eye out for other Mathematical and cultural events nearby taking place prior to or after the conference, in order to make the most out of your trip and reduce your carbon footprint.

 

The conference is supported by the Cluster of Excellence Mathematics Münster, the German Research Foundation (DFG) by means of the Priority Program 2026 'Geometry at Infinity', the Research Training Group 2297 'MathCoRe' in Magdeburg, and the National Science Foundation (NSF).