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Four regular, thematic Collaboration meetings are to be held annually, two in the US and two in the UK. One US meeting will take place at the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics and will be timed to immediately precede the annual Collaboration presentation at the Simons Foundation. In addition, subgroup meetings, teleconferences, and meetings held in cooperation with other groups will be planned in response to research developments. The current calendar of meetings sponsored by the Collaboration is given below. (Dates are approximate until meetings are announced with web pages of their own.)

06–10 Sep 2016, Simons Center Inaugural Conference
12–16 Sep 2016, Simons Center Physics Background for Applications of Special Holonomy
09–13 Jan 2017, Imperial College Collapse, Adiabatic Limits and Special Holonomy
05-09 June 2017, Imperial College Constructions of Compact Exceptional Holonomy Spaces
07-25 Aug 2017, Aspen Center for Physics* G2 Working Group
10-13 Sep 2017, Simons Center Special Holonomy: Progress and Open Problems 2017
14-15 Sep 2017, Simons Foundation First Annual Meeting
08-12 Jan 2018, Imperial College Gauge Theory and Special Holonomy
26-30 Mar 2018, Texas A&M University* String Theory and Special Holonomy Manifolds
09-13 Apr 2018, Duke University Structure of Collapsed Special Holonomy Spaces
04-08 June 2018, Imperial College Geometric Flows and Special Holonomy
09-12 Sep 2018, Simons Center Special Holonomy: Progress and Open Problems 2018
13-14 Sep 2018, Simons Foundation Second Annual Meeting
07-11 Jan 2019, Imperial College Special Holonomy and Algebraic Geometry
(Organizers: Song Sun and David R. Morrison)
08-12 Apr 2019, KITP, Santa Barbara Physics and Special Holonomy
(Organizers: David R. Morrison and Bobby Acharya)
June 2019, Imperial College Special Holonomy and Calibrated Geometry
(Organizers: Dominic Joyce and Mark Haskins)
08-11 Sep 2019, Simons Center Special Holonomy: Progress and Open Problems 2019
12-13 Sep 2019, Simons Foundation Third Annual Meeting
January 2020, Imperial College Geometry and Analysis of Moduli Spaces
*Meetings of subgroups, or co-sponsored with other institutions.