The Graduate Algebra Symposium (GAS) is a mini-conference organized and run by graduate students for graduate students. Our goal is to bring together several universities in the area to discuss Algebra research being done by graduate students. GAS provides an opportunity for graduate students at all levels to share research with one another, gain experience in giving conference-style talks, and to build a network of local researchers. This is all done in a friendly and encouraging environment. GAS is a collaboration between the University of North Texas, the University of Texas at Arlington, the University of Oklahoma and the University of Texas A&M.
In Spring 2021, GAS will be held virtually via Zoom due to the continuing uncertainty surrounding COVID-19. The University of Oklahoma will be (in spirit) hosting the event this semester.
GAS will take place on Saturday April 10. The starting time is TBD. The final day to register (see below) for this event is March 19.
Whether you are planning to attend or give a talk (or both), we ask that you please fill out the following registration form. All registered participants will be given access to the virtual event.