TTT100: The One Hundredth Meeting
of the
Transpennine Topology Triangle
and the
2016 Adams Memorial Lecture

Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 September 2016
University of Manchester

Last updated: 19 December 2016. The conference photograph is now visible here; thank you to all who participated!

To celebrate the one hundredth meeting of the Transpennine Topology Triangle, this event will be specially enhanced by the

Everyone who wishes to participate is welcome, particularly postgraduate students.


The list of confirmed speakers is:

The programme and abstracts are available here and here; a list of currently confirmed participants can also be found here.

TTT100 will take place in the Alan Turing Building, which is number 46 on the University Campus map.

We expect to start proceedings informally at 11.00 on Tuesday morning with tea and coffee on the first floor Atrium Bridge; the first talk will begin at 12.00 in the adjacent Frank Adams Room. We plan to conclude the final talk at 15:00 on Wednesday.

Postgraduate students and Postdoctoral Researchers are encouraged to provide a poster for display.

Conference Dinner

The conference dinner will take place on Tuesday evening at Lameizi restaurant, which is close to Manchester Oxford Road Station. Reservations and payments may be made at the conference e-store. The dinner costs 15 per head, and is open to all participants.

Eligible postgraduates may claim to have their e-store payments reimbursed (both for accommodation and for dinner) on arrival. The relevant form is here, and will also be handed out at the meeting. Please note that payments are only refundable to no-shows in exceptional personal circumstances.


Please ignore references on e-store to Registration; but if you are not using e-store, let us know you are coming by sending an empty email with subject TTT100YES to one of the local organisers

If you wish to display a poster, please email a provisional title with subject TTT100POSTER.

We shall operate the usual criteria for assistance with travel expenses, but beneficiaries will need to complete the standard forms, which are available at the TTT Homepage.


The TTT is grateful for its sponsorship by the London Mathematical Society, which began with TTT1 in 1995. Additional support for TTT100 is provided by

We look forward to the second century of meetings!