Geometry of Moduli

The Abel symposium 2017

Svolvær, Lofoten

The aim of the Abel symposium is to highlight the most important recent developments in the theory of moduli spaces. The scientific program is centered around geometric questions surrounding moduli spaces, including birational geometry, enumerative geometry, hyperkähler geometry, stability conditions and tautological rings. 
 
The symposium will take place at  Svinøya rorbuer.  
 
Participation is by invitation only.
 
Invited speakers:
 
Bayer, Arend (U Edinburgh)
Bertram, Aaron (Utah U)
Bryan, Jim (UBC)
Castravet, Ana-Maria  (Northeastern U)
Chen, Dawei  (Boston C)
Coskun, Izzet (U i Chicago)
Fantechi, Barbara (SISSA)
Fedorchuk, Maksym  (Boston C)
Hassett, Brendan (Brown U, Providence)
Hulek, Klaus (Leibnitz U, Hannover)
Kemeny, Michael (Stanford U)
Kirwan, Frances (Oxford U)
Macri, Emanuele (Northeastern U)
O’Grady, Kieran (La Sapienza, Rome)
Okounkov, Andrei (Columbia, New York)
Pixton, Aaron (MIT, Cambridge)
Voisin, Claire  (Collège de France)

 

Program and organizing committee: 

Jan Christophersen (Oslo), John Christian Ottem (Oslo), Ragni Piene (Oslo), Kristian Ranestad (Oslo), Sofia Tirabassi (Bergen),

Rahul Pandharipande (ETH Zürich) (program), Gavril Farkas (Humboldt, Berlin) (program)

 

Published Sep. 16, 2016 2:24 PM - Last modified Sep. 16, 2016 2:55 PM