Geometric representation theory and low-dimensional topology
10-14 June 2019
- Dan Freed, University of Texas, Austin
- David Jordan, University of Edinburgh
- Peter Samuelson, University of California, Riverside
- Olivier Schiffmann, University of Paris-Sud, Orsay
The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers in topological field theory, geometric representation theory, mathematical physics, and algebraic combinatorics to report on recent progress and open questions at the intersection of these fields. In recent years, several independent research groups have raised the possibility of new 3- and 4-dimensional topological field theories tying together Khovanov-Rozansky knot homology, double affine Hecke algebras and elliptic Hall algebras, super Yang-Mills theory, Betti quantum geometric Langlands, and Hilbert schemes. As each of these topics constitutes a specialist field in its own right, it is essential that we bring researchers together to exchange ideas and insights.
In the week preceding this workshop, there will be a five-day residential summer school for junior participants, primarily aimed at Ph.D. students and post-docs. This will provide participants the necessary background material to comprehend and engage with the talks in the research conference.
This workshop is organised in partnership with the European Research Council and the National Science Foundation.
Mina Aganagic, UC Berkeley (*)
Adrien Brochier, University of Paris 7, Diderot
Ivan Cherednik, University of North Carolina
Tudor Dimofte, UC Davis
Pavel Etingof, MIT
John Francis, Northwestern University
Tamas Hausel, IST Vienna
Lotte Hollands, Heriot-Watt University
Anton Kapustin, Caltech
Anton Mellit, University of Vienna
Andrei Negut, MIT
Alexei Oblomkov, UMass Amherst
Tony Pantev, U Penn
Du Pei, Caltech
Pavel Safronov, University of Zurich
L. Schaposnik, University of Illinois, Chicago
Claudia Scheimbauer, NTNU Trondheim
Noah Snyder, Univeristy of Indiana, Bloomington
Constantin Teleman, UC Berkeley (*)
Harold Williams, UC Davis
Dimitri Wyss, IST Vienna
Summer school lecturers
- Tina Kanstrup, University of Bonn
- Pavel Safronov, University of Zurich
- Hiro Lee Tanaka, Texas State University
- Monica Vazirani, University of California, Davis
Details regarding how to participate in this workshop will appear here shortly.
It is expected that registration will open in early January and close on 28 February 2019.