The conference will feature several minicourses and
research lectures on current advances in moduli theory, special
geometry and superpotentials:
(click on a
title to see an abstract) :
Bridgeland (University of
"Stability conditions on derived
Clemens (Ohio State)
"Special properties of
Noether-Lefschetz loci on Calabi-Yau threefolds: Some examples and
Douglas (Rutgers University)
"What physicists would like to know about the
- Sergei Gukov
"Topological strings and
categorification of knot invariants"
- Amihai Hanany
"Quiver gauge theories and
Leung (IMS, CUHK)
"Geometry of special holonomy"
theory and the Geometric
Lectures (click on a title to see an abstract) :
Alastair Craw (SUNY Stony Brook)
quivers and exceptional
collections for projective toric manifolds"
Duiliu-Emanuel Diaconescu (Rutgers
vertex formalism for degenerate
Tohru Eguchi (University of Tokyo)
"Distribution of flux vacua near
singular loci in Calabi-Yau
Ezra Getzler (Northwestern)
"Modular operads revisited"
"A-branes and noncommutative
Karp (Rutgers University)
"B-branes on quotient
Katzarkov (University of Miami)
"Homological mirror symmetry for Fano
manifolds and manifolds of general type"
- Yi Li
"Deformations of generalized complex
"Formal deformations with
noncommutative base spaces and Maurer-Cartan equations."
Sabbah (École Politechnique)
"Hermitian metrics on some Frobenius
Yoshioka (Kobe University)
crossing formula for the Euler
of determinant line bundles"