Hodge Theoretic Reflections on the String Landscape

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Hodge Theoretic Reflections on the String Landscape

 14 - 18 Jun 2010
 14 India Street, Edinburgh

Scientific Organisers:

  • Dan Freed, University of Texas

  • Elizabeth Gasparim, University of Edinburgh

  • Tony Pantev, University of Pennsylvania

This workshop examined work relating to supersymmetric gauge theories with the geometric Langlands conjecture, the use of mixed Hodge theory to study the renormalization group flow, and the noncommutative Hodge structure uncovered in the theory of charges in boundary TQFTs. 

Participants

Name
Institution
Sir Michael, AtiyahUniversity of Edinburgh
Oren, Ben BassatUniversity of Haifa
Harry, BradenUniversity of Edinburgh
Volker, BraunUniversity of Oxford
Alexander, BravermanBrown University
Philip, CandelasUniversity of Oxford
Peter, DalakovUniversity of Massachusetts - Amherst
Paul, de MedeirosUniversity of Edinburgh
Emanuel, DiaconescuRutgers University
Ron, DonagiUniversity of Pennsylvania
José, Figueroa-O'FarrillUniversity of Edinburgh
Dan, FreedUniversity of Texas at Austin
Dennis, GaitsgoryHarvard University
Elizabeth, GasparimUniversity of Edinburgh
Iain, GordonUniversity of Edinburgh
Lino, GramaUniversity of Campinas
Nigel, HitchinUniversity of Oxford
John, JonesUniversity of Warwick
Alexander, KahleGeorg-August University Göttingen
Ludmil, KatzarkovUniversity of Miami
Thomas, KöppeUniversity of Edinburgh
Stefano, KovacsDublin Institute for Advanced Studies
Enka, LakuriqiUniversity of Utah
Chiu-Chu, LiuColumbia University
Jesus, Martinez GarciaUniversity of Edinburgh
Hiraku, NakajimaKyoto University
Andrew, NeitzkeUniversity of Texas at Austin
Tony, PantevUniversity of Pennsylvania
Andrew, RanickiUniversity of Edinburgh
Christian, SämannHeriot-Watt University
Joan, SimónUniversity of Edinburgh
Richard, SzaboHeriot-Watt University
Constantin, TelemanUniversity of Oxford
Alessandro, ValentinoGeorg-August University Göttingen
Katrin, WendlandUniversität Freiburg