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Hodge Theory in a New Century

A Euro Conference celebrating the Centenary of
Sir William Hodge (1903-1975)

Edinburgh, 20-26 July 2003

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Hodge theory was described by Hermann Weyl as 'one of the landmarks in the history of mathematics in the 20th century'. It is fitting that a meeting to celebrate Sir William Hodge's achievements should take place in the city of his birth and in the university where he received his undergraduate education.

The general theme will be the influence and development of Hodge Theory in various branches of mathematics and physics. The meeting will also incorporate an afternoon (hosted by the London and Edinburgh Mathematical Societies) with talks tied into the general theme, but suitable for a general mathematical audience. Further Information

Scientific Organising Committee

Michael Atiyah - Chair - (Edinburgh)
Spencer Bloch (Chicago)
Jean Pierre Bourguignon (IHES)
Simon Donaldson (Imperial College)
Philip Griffiths (IAS)
Edward Witten (IAS)

Supported by
the European Commission, High Level Scientific Conferences (HPCF-CT-2002-00233), St John's College Cambridge, and the London Mathematical Society.

REGISTRATION FOR THE CONFERENCE IS NOW CLOSED

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