Institute for Geometry and Physics

Collaboration in Geometry & Physics in the Americas

Conference on Homological Mirror Symmetry and Geometry – January 26-31, 2015

Organizers: Denis Auroux, Ludmil Katzarkov, Maxim Kontsevich, Elizabeth Gasparim, Ernesto Lupercio

This event will be held at the University of Miami (Coral Gables, Florida).

[General information] [Schedule] [Talk titles and abstracts] [List of participants]

General information

The workshop will start on Monday morning (January 26) and will end on Saturday (January 31) mid-day. There will be four mini-courses of three lectures each, individual research talks, as well as time for informal discussions.

The workshop is partially supported by the NSF FRG ``Wall-crossings in Geometry and Physics'' (grants DMS-1265228, 1265196, 1264662, 1265230, 1262531).

Venue: The conference will be held in the BankUnited Center Field House on all days (including Wednesday contrary to what was announced earlier). See this campus map (or that one).

Accommodation: Most participants will be staying at the Holiday Inn Coral Gables/University of Miami, located right next to the University of Miami campus. The hotel address is: 1350 South Dixie Highway, Coral Gables FL 33146; phone: 1-305-667-5611.

Invited/registered participants: please send your arrival and departure dates to Dania Puerto,, by December 1, in order to secure a room reservation. Students will be expected to share rooms; if you have a preferred roommate please indicate their name in your message to Dania, otherwise we will assign one for you.

Registration fee: there will be a nominal registration fee to cover the cost of refreshments.

Airport: Miami International Airport is about 7 miles from campus. The most convenient way to reach the hotel or the campus is to take a taxi. Invited participants: When booking flights, please keep in mind NSF and University of Miami rules. Only US-based airlines are permitted (more specifically your plane ticket mush be issued by a US air carrier and show US carrier flight numbers). Please keep all your original boarding passes since they will be needed for reimbursement.

Schedule (preliminary):

This schedule is still subject to change - check back later for a final version.

Monday January 26

9:30-10:30:Kontsevich I
11:00-12:00:  Moore I
Lunch break
2:00-3:00:Voisin I

Tuesday January 27

9:30-10:30:Seidel I
11:00-12:00:  Moore II
Lunch break
2:00-3:00:Kontsevich II

Wednesday January 28

9:00-10:00:Seidel II
10:15-11:15:Voisin II
11:45-12:45:  Perutz
Free afternoon

Thursday January 29

9:30-10:30:Kontsevich III
11:00-12:00:  Moore III
Lunch break

Friday January 30

9:30-10:30:Seidel III
11:00-12:00:  Voisin III
Lunch break

Saturday January 31

10:15-11:15:  Kaledin

Titles and abstracts:


Research talks:

List of participants

Mohammed Abouzaid
Murad Alim
Denis Auroux
Matthew Ballard
Enrique Becerra
Netanel Blaier
Anthony Blanc
Nate Bottman
Paul Bressler
Brian Callander
Catherine Cannizzo
Nuno Cardoso
Ricardo Castano-Bernard
Patrick Clarke
Tom Coates
Alessio Corti
Dragos Deliu
Alexander Efimov
Kuan-Ying Fang
David Favero
Kenji Fukaya
Sergey Galkin
Sheel Ganatra
Alberto Garcia-Raboso
Elizabeth Gasparim
Alexander Goncharov
Lino Grama
Roberta Guadagni
Fabian Haiden
Jeff Hicks
Xin Jin
Dmitry Kaledin
Mikhail Kapranov
Ilya Karzhemanov
Ailsa Keating
Gabriel Kerr
Yoosik Kim
Maxim Kontsevich
Oleksandr Kravets

Heather Lee
Yanki Lekili
Timothy Logvinenko
Valery Lunts
Ernesto Lupercio
Andrew MacPherson
Greg Moore
Alexander Noll
Ignacio Otero
Pranav Pandit
Tony Pantev
Seo-Ree Park
James Pascaleff
Tim Perutz
Victor Przyjalkowski
Larry Richardson
Helge Ruddat
Olaf Schnürer
Paul Seidel
Nick Sheridan
Artan Sheshmani
Yan Soibelman
Zack Sylvan
Yukinobu Toda
Umut Varolgunes
Sara Venkatesh
Michael Viscardi
Claire Voisin
Miguel Xicotencatl
Tony Yue Yu
Jingyu Zhao
Ilia Zharkov
Peng Zhou