15-19 June 2015
(Room: Mon-Thurs in MS.02, Fri in MS.03)
Organisers: Peter Newstead, VBAC committee
A week long workshop.
Fourier–Mukai transforms were introduced in a celebrated paper of Mukai in 1981. His motivation was to obtain new information about certain moduli spaces. Since then, the theory has been massively developed and applied. In this workshop, we will review developments and draw attention to potential new applications.
The focus of the workshop will be the interaction between the study of derived categories and more classical problems in algebraic geometry. Topics to be covered include enumerative geometry, the geometry of moduli spaces of sheaves and Bridgeland stability. We shall also look at the relation to Morita Theory and to the conjectural interpretation of the Geometric Langlands correspondence.
Arend Bayer (Edinburgh), Herbert Lange (Erlangen), Antony Maciocia (Edinburgh), Emanuele Macri (Ohio State), Daniel Hernandez Ruiperez (Salamanca), Paolo Stellari (Milan)
Arend Bayer (Edinburgh), Carmelo Di Natale (Cambridge), Roman Fedorov (Kansas), Francesco Genovese (Pavia), Martin Gulbrandsen (Stavanger), Katrina Honigs (Berkeley), Victoria Hoskins (FU Berlin), Inder Kaur (FU Berlin), Herbert Lange (Erlangen), Cristina López-Martín (Salamanca), Antony Maciocia (Edinburgh), Margarida Melo (Coimbra/Roma Tre), Mudumbai Seshachalu Narasimhan (TIFR, Bangalore), Dmitri Orlov (Steklov), David Ploog (Hannover), Sundararaman Ramanan (Chennai), Jørgen Rennemo (Imperial), Alice Rizzardo (Edinburgh), Fernando Sancho de Salas (Salamanca), Paolo Stellari (Milan), Szilard Szabo (Renyi Institute), Carlos Tejero Prieto (Salamanca), Kota Yoshioka (Kobe)
For further details, see: http://www.cf.ac.uk/maths/subsites/logvinenko/2014-wrwsym/09-vbac.html
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