• Participation of NEWGA has more than 70 mathematicians working in geometric analysis, mostly from the Northeast region of the US, as well as several from other parts of the US and other countries.

The Northeast Workshop in Geometric Analysis (NEWGA) is a two-day workshop for mathematicians, graduate students, and recent PhDs in geometric analysis, on 5-6th November 2022 in Monteith Room 104 at UConn, located at 341 Mansfield Road, Storrs, Connecticut.  

The workshop has a central goal to bring experts in the frontier of the current development together and enable participants to capitalize new directions emerged from those recent developments. It will include four main topics: Complex Analysis and Geometry, Fully Nonlinear PDEs, General Relativity, and Geometric Flows. There will be plenary talks given by experts in various fields of geometric analysis and the Emerging Leader Session with short talks given by students and recent PhDs.

Plenary Speakers: 

Lydia Bieri (University of Michigan)
Bo Guan (Ohio State University)
Yi Lai (Stanford)
Martin Lesourd (Harvard CMSA/BHI)
Duong H. Phong (Columbia)
Felix Schulze (University of Warwick)
Christina Sormani (Lehman College and CUNYGC)
Guofang Wei (UC Santa Barbara)

Speakers for Emerging Leader Session:

Gunhee Cho (UC Santa Barbara)
Xin Dong (UConn)
Sven Hirsch (Duke)
Freid Tong (Harvard CMSA)
Tin Yau Tsang (UC Irvine)


Registration Form

Registration is free but required to attend the workshop. Only registered participants will receive further informations via email about the workshop.

Travel Funding

There is limited travel funding and lodging available for graduate students and recent PhDs. Women and under-represented minorities are particularly encouraged to apply. To request funding, please submit the following form by October 21.

Application Form (Application is now closed)


The program is primarily supported by the National Science Foundation through the award #2231771


The program is also supported by Department of Mathematics Research Funds with logistics support provided by Math Department and College of Library Arts and Sciences