Conference: Mirror symmetry and applications
Dec 12-19, Higher School of Economics, Steklov Mathematical Institute
Recently there has been a significant progress in the theory of Landau-Ginzburg models and applications. Let us mention a few — categorical invariants were defined, the theory of perverse sheaves of categories has been developed, the Katzarkov-Kontsevich-Pantev conjectures were proven in some cases. This conference will serve as a perfect opportunity to disseminate and develop further obtained results.
The conference will open with a talk by T.Mochizuki on Dec 12th at the Steklov institute.
Talks: titles and abstracts
- Hulya Arguz (Imperial College London)
- Matthew Ballard (South Carolina)
- Alexander Belavin (Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics)
- Anthony Blanc (SISSA Trieste)
- Agnieszka Bodzenta-Skibinska (University of Warsaw)
- Alexey Bondal (MI RAS and NRU HSE Moscow; Kavli IPMU Kashiwa)
- Ben Davison (Glasgow)
- George Dimitrov (Vienna)
- Richard Eager (Heidelberg)
- Alexander Efimov (MI RAS and NRU HSE, Moscow)
- Lino Grama (Campinas)
- Fabian Haiden (Harvard)
- Paul Horja (Miami)
- Hans Jockers (Bonn)
- Timothy Logvinenko (Cardiff)
- Valery Lunts (Indiana and NRU HSE Moscow)
- Takuro Mochizuki (RIMS Kyoto)
- So Okada (Oyama)
- Alexander Petkov (Vienna)
- Andrea Petracci (Nottingham)
- Daniel Pomerleano (University of Cambridge)
- Mauro Porta (University of Strasbourg)
- Mauricio Romo (IAS Princeton)
- Emanuel Scheidegger (Freiburg)
- Yota Shamoto (RIMS Kyoto)
- Evgeny Shinder (Sheffield)
- Nicolo Sibilla (Kent)
- Leonardo Soriani (Vienna)
- Theodore Spaide (Vienna)
- Alan Thompson (Cambridge)
- Johannes Walcher (Heidelberg)
- Junho Peter Whang (Princeton)
- Tony Yue Yu (Paris-Sud)
On Dec 12-14 Takuro Mochizuki will give a mini-course of 3 lectures, with the first lecture on Dec 12 at 15:00.
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