Combinatorial and Gauge Theoretical Methods in Low Dimensional Topology and Geometry

Combinatorial and Gauge Theoretical Methods in Low Dimensional Topology and Geometry

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Combinatorial and Gauge Theoretical Methods in Low Dimensional Topology and Geometry

The fascinating world of 4-dimensional topology has produced incredible results in the last 30 years. There is a stream of big breakthroughs which include the solution of Thom’s conjecture, the triangulation conjecture and the lightbulb theorem to name a few. Moreover, very fundamental questions, like the smooth Poincaré conjecture in dimension 4 or the existence of fake complex projective planes are still wide open.

Confirmed speakers

  • Antonio Alfieri - CRM-ISM
  • Akram Alishahi - University of Georgia at Athens
  • Agnese Barbensi - University of Queensland
  • Daniele Celoria - University of Queensland
  • Marco Golla - Nantes Université
  • Siddhi Krishna - Columbia University
  • Francesco Lin - Columbia University
  • Bruno Martelli - Università di Pisa
  • Gordana Matić - University of Georgia at Athens
  • Alice Merz - Université de Lille
  • Brendan Owens - University of Glasgow
  • Junghwan Park - Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
  • Steven Sivek - Imperial College London
  • Laura Starkston - University of California at Davis
  • András Stipsicz - Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics
  • Andy Wand - University of Glasgow
  • Luya Wang - Stanford University

Scientific Committee

  • Gordana Matić - University of Georgia at Athens
  • Tom Mrowka – MIT
  • Peter Ozsváth - Princeton

Organizers

  • Paolo Aceto - Université de Lille
  • Paolo Ghiggini - Université Grenoble Alpes
  • Ana G. Lecuona - University of Glasgow
  • Francesco Lin - Columbia University
  • Bruno Martelli - Università di Pisa

Important notice: registration deadline has passed! Those who wish to attend, may apply by e-mail to crm@sns.it. Admission can be allowed, while assistance for organizing aspects cannot be ensured at this time.