GLaMP is an annual meeting in mathematical physics in the Greater Midwest with special focus on showcasing the contributions of young researchers in the field.
In addition to providing a forum that showcases the work of young researchers, the GLaMP meeting offers career development opportunities, specifically through a three-hour mini course on Disordered Quantum Spin Chains, given by Günter Stolz of the University of Alabama, Birmingham); and a career round table with panelists representing different career paths in mathematical physics, both in academia and in industry.
The meeting is co-organized between Peter Hislop (U. of Kentucky), Ilya Kachkovskiy (MSU), Jeffrey Schenker (MSU), and Chris Marx (Oberlin College, local organizer for GLaMP 2019).
The meeting is supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF), the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications (IMA), the American Institute of Physics (AIP), the International Association of Mathematical Physics (IAMP), and the Oberlin College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Office Fund, Jerome G. Abeles Jr. ’56 Endowed Support Fund. The meeting is held in cooperation with the Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM).