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3CinG Symplectic versus algebraic geometry

3CinG is the EPSRC program grant Classification, Computation, and Construction - New Methods in Geometry, which has run since Oct 2016 and is now in its final year - due to close in Sep 2022.

The current meeting is planned to run from Sat 28th May to Wed 1st Jun 2022, in advance of the Thu 2nd-Fri 3rd Jun extra bank holidays that mark Her Majesty the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. Depending on the weather and the public health situation, we will hold a light weight scientific and social event over the weekend, with a few lectures and informal discussions, and possibly a day out. The three days Mon 30 May-Wed 1st Jul will see 3 days of lectures contrasting different aspects of work on Symplectic Geometry and Algebraic Geometry, the A and B sides of Mirror Symmetry.

The scientific committee consists of Ailsa Keating, Yanki Lekili, Nick Sheridan, Ivan Smith, in addition to the 3CinG organisers Alessio Corti, Tom Coates, Mark Gross and Miles Reid. Confirmed speakers include:

Ilaria Di Dedda (KCL),
Tom Ducat (Durham),
Jonny Evans (Lancaster),
Jeffrey Hicks (Edinburgh)
Dominic Joyce (Oxford),
Baris Kartal (Princeton, online),
Jonathan Lai (Imperial)
Andrea Petracci (Bologna)
Alex Pieloch (Columbia),
Laura Starkston (UC Davis, online),
Sara Tukachinsky (Tel Aviv, online),
Abigail Ward (MIT, online),
Rachel Webb (Berkeley),
Andreas Hoering (Nice)

All talks start ON TIME and last 60 minutes + questions. Click here for the schedule of events and for some of the abstracts of talksLink opens in a new window

Anyone interested in taking part is requested to register using the link towards the bottom of the right column. (This applies also to organisers and invited speakers). On the registration page, please include your needs for accommodation and travel expenses – we will consider timely requests for reasonable expenses, although our funding is of course not unlimited.

Our focus is symplectic geometry at the interface with algebraic geometry. The speakers will for the large part be symplectic geometers, but the audience will include many algebraic geometers. We request the speakers to try to be accessible to algebraic geometers, please. There will be time for many general open discussions, and we will also hold a formal Open Problems session. Speakers and participants are asked to bring at least one challenge or question of interest to the other community.

For more, please contact Alessio Corti or Miles Reid <>

Current confirmed participants:

(virtual attendees) FUTAKI Masahiro, Viktor Goryunov, Tyler Kelly, Andrea Petracci, Sumit Roy, Sara Tukachinsky, Sinan Sertöz, Laura Starkston, Abigail Ward, Baris Kartal

(in person attendees) Nick Adaloglu, Eduardo Alves da Silva, Matthew Buck, Alessio Corti, Robert Crumplin, Ilaria Di Dedda, Tom Ducat, Thomas Eckl, Jonny Evans, Maria Gonzalez-Dorrego, Mark Gross, Matthew Habermann, Jeffrey Hicks, Edwin Hollands, HUANG Shengyuan, Irit Huq-Kuruvilla, Dominic Joyce, Ailsa Keating, Nikon Kurnosov, Jonathan Lai, Wendelin Lutz, Alex Pieloch, Johannes Schmitt, Ivan Smith, Felix Thimm, Hannah Tillman-Morris, Alan Thomson, Sara Veneziale, Thamarai Valli Venkatachalam, WANG Yu, Rachel Webb

(Warwick participants) Patience Ablett, Christian Boehning, Gavin Brown, Alvaro Gonzalez Hernandez, Bivas Khan, LI Chunyi, LIU Shengxuan, LU Xuanchun, Maryam Nowroozi, Miles Reid, Marc Truter (and others)
+ late registrations from mailing list (but we cannot guarantee to arrange on-campus accommodation)

Aerial photograph of Maths Houses

See also:
Mathematics Research Centre
Mathematical Interdisciplinary Research at Warwick (MIR@W)
Past Events 
Past Symposia 

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