to 26/07/2019
Geometric and analytic aspects of moduli spaces


This workshop is intended as the continuation of a series of highly successful international conferences centered around the analysis and geometry of gauge-theoretically defined moduli spaces.

Gauge-theoretically defined moduli spaced often exhibit interesting geometry at infinity. In many interesting cases they are non-compact, carry special metrics (often hyperkähler) and ideally limit to certain asymptotic models. Their description requires tools from geometry and global analysis.

We intend to bring together a number of internationally renowned experts as well as younger researchers in the field.



Steven Bradlow (Urbana-Champaign) - tbc

Benoit Charbonneau (Waterloo)

Sergey Cherkis (Arizona)

Lorenzo Foscolo (Heriot Watt)

Laura Fredrickson (Stanford)

Amihay Hanany (Imperial)

Tamas Hausel (IST Austria)

Andrij Haydys (Freiburg)

Sebastian Heller (Hamburg)

Jacques Hurtubise (McGill)

Rafe Mazzeo (Stanford)

Richard Melrose (MIT)

Claudio Meneses (Kiel)

Hiraku Nakajima (Kavli IPMU) - tbc

Steven Rayan (uSask)

Laura Schaposnik (UIC)

Michael Singer (UCL)

Richard Wentworth (UMD)

Michael Wolf (Rice)

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