The conference will be held at the Central Library of the Masovian Voivodeship (Koszykowa 26/28, 00-950 Warsaw).

The Chopin concert will take place at Nowa Miodowa concert hall (Rakowiecka 21, 02-517, Warsaw)



Warsaw Chopin Airport – the main airport serving Warsaw. It is located within the city limits, 8 km from the conference venue, which you can easily reach by a few city buses, a train line, and a taxi.

Warsaw Modlin Airport – another airport, mainly serving budget airlines, located 35 km from the city. It takes around 50 minutes to get to the city center, either by bus and train or a taxi.

Warszawa Centralna Railway Station – the main railway station located in the city center, also serving international trains.

Public transport in Warsaw – the city has a vast transportation network, which includes buses, metro, and trams. A useful tool to navigate around the city is the 'Jakdojade: public transport' application.


The conference venue is conveniently situated in the heart of the city center, offering conference participants a wide array of hotel choices. To explore the options visit Google maps, booking.com, etc.

GRIEG meets Chopin
Warsaw meeting on
geometric methods in science
10-14 July 2023

The GRIEG meets Chopin conference, held from July 10 to July 14, 2023, will bring together the members of the SCREAM project and international experts in the field of Cartan geometries and more general geometric structures. It is the final conference of the GRIEG grant collaboration between the Center for Theoretical Physics in Warsaw and UiT The Arctic University in Tromso. The scientific part of the conference will include invited and contributed research talks and a poster session.

Specific topics include:

  • Symmetry and equivalence methods
  • Correspondences between geometries
  • Geometric control
  • Mathematical relativity

Invited speakers:

  • Daniel An (SUNY Maritime College)
  • Ian Anderson (Utah State University)
  • Mike Eastwood (University of Adelaide)
  • Anna Fino (University of Turin)
  • Daniel Fox (Technical University of Madrid)
  • Rod Gover (University of Auckland)
  • Katarzyna Grabowska (University of Warsaw)
  • Robin Graham (University of Washington)
  • Marcus Khuri (Stony Brook University)
  • Boris Kruglikov (UiT The Arctic University of Norway)
  • Thomas Leistner (University of Adelaide)
  • Jerzy Lewandowski (University of Warsaw)
  • Joël Merker (Paris-Saclay University)
  • Tohru Morimoto (Nara Women’s University)
  • Sir Roger Penrose (University of Oxford)
  • Simon Salamon (King’s College London)
  • Andrea Santi (University of Rome 'Tor Vergata')
  • Andrew Waldron (University of California, Davis)
  • Igor Zelenko (Texas A&M University)

Local Organizing Committee

Jarosław Kopiński, Paweł Nurowski, Katja Sagerschnig

Scientific Organizing Committee

Jarosław Kopiński, Boris Kruglikov, Paweł Nurowski, Katja Sagerschnig, Dennis The

SCREAM project

The research project SCREAM: Symmetry, Curvature Reduction, and EquivAlence Methods is funded by the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2014-2021. The registration number of the project is 2019/34/H/ST1/00636. It is a GRIEG collaboration project between Center for Theoretical Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences (CFT PAN), and UiT The Arctic University of Norway.


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