The AMS will hold a “Mathematics Research Community” (MRC) on Commutative Algebra in Snowbird, Utah, from June 7 to 13, 2015.
MRCs are designed “to develop and sustain long-lasting cohorts for collaborative research projects in many areas of mathematics. Women and underrepresented minorities are especially encouraged to participate. The AMS will provide a structured program to engage and guide all participants as they start their careers.”
The organizers for this MRC are
- Srikanth B. Iyengar, University of Utah
- Karl Schwede, University of Utah
- Liana Sega, University of Missouri—Kansas City
- Gregory G. Smith, Queen’s University
- Wenliang Zhang, University of Nebraska
The workshop will focus on the following topics:
- Singularities in positive characteristic
- Local cohomology and D-modules
- Methods from homotopy theory
- Castelnuovo-Mumford regularity
- Infinite free resolutions
For more information, including application procedures, see the AMS web page for the MRC.
The joint meeting of the American Mathematical Society, the European Mathematical Society, and the Soceidad Portuguesa de Matemática, in Porto, Portugal (10-13 June of 2015) will host several special sessions in Algebra and Geometry.
There will be two sessions in Commutative Algebra are entitled “Commutative Artinian Algebras and Their Deformations” and “Homological and Combinatorial Commutative Algebra”, and organized by Anthony Iarrobino (Northeastern University), Pedro Macias Marques (Universidade de Évora), Maria Evelina Rossi (Università degli Studi di Genova), Inês B. Henriques (University of Sheffield), Lars Winther Christensen (Texas Tech University) and Maria Vaz Pinto (Universidade de Lisboa).
More information on the meeting can be found at: http://aep-math2015.spm.pt/ListOfSessions.
First announcement and call for papers / computations / posters
Effective Methods in Algebraic Geometry
University of Trento, Department of Mathematics,
Povo (Trento) Italy
June 15-19, 2015
This is the 25th (silver!) anniversary of MEGA. During the conference
we will celebrate this anniversary with a special afternoon programme.
Further information: http://mega2015.science.unitn.it/
Submission page: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=mega2015
The 8th Mathematical Society of Japan, Seasonal Institute (MSJ SI) will be held at Hotel Nikko Osaka, Osaka, Japan, July 1 — July 10, 2015. The topic is “Current Trends on Gröbner Bases — The 50th Anniversary of Gröbner Bases”. It consists of a summer school (July 1 — July 4, 2015) for graduate students and an international conference (July 6 — July 10, 2015) for researchers.
The summer school lecturers are
Mathias Drton（University of Washington）
Toshinori Oaku（Tokyo Woman’s Christian University）
Michael Stillman（Cornell University）
Seth Sullivant（North Carolina State University）
For more information, including a list of speakers at the conference, see the web page for the Institute.
The Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken, Germany, will host a conference “Theory and applications of syzygies, on the occasion of Frank-Olaf Schreyer’s 60th birthday” July 1–3, 2015.
- Hans-Christian von Bothmer
- Janko Böhm
- Ragnar Buchweitz
- Wolfram Decker
- David Eisenbud
- Daniel Erman
- Gavril Farkas
- Giorgio Ottaviani
- Kristian Ranestad
- Claire Voisin
- Christian Bopp
- Daniel Erman
- Michael Hahn
- Hannah Markwig
- Fabio Tanturri
For more information, see the web site for the conference.
There is a limited amount of NSF funding to help with travel, and interested students and postdocs are strongly encouraged to apply. You can find details about apply for funding by clicking on the “Registration” link on the webpage or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The forty-fifth Summer Research Institute, sponsored by the American Mathematical Society and organized in collaboration with the Clay Mathematics Institute, will be devoted to algebraic geometry and will be held at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, July 13-31, 2015.
The goal of the three-week institute is to review major achievements in and around algebraic geometry in the past decade, and bring the attendants to the forefront of the relevant subjects. The three weeks will be roughly focused respectively on
- analytic methods, birational geometry and classification, commutative algebra and computational geometry, Hodge theory, singularities, and characteristic p methods.
- derived algebraic geometry, derived categories, geometric representation theory, Gromov-Witten and Donaldson-Thomas theories, mirror symmetry, tropical geometry.
- p-adic Hodge theory, rational points and Diophantine problems, arithmetic fundamental groups, topology of algebraic varieties, cycles, and cohomology theories.
The institute will be generally modeled on the 2005 Summer Research Institute held at the University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, with plenary lecture series in the mornings, and parallel seminar series in the afternoons.
For more information about the Summer Institute, including the list of speakers and information about registration, please go to the institute webpage.
Registration deadline: January 15, 2015.
The conference “Differential and combinatorial aspects of singularities” will be held at TU Kaiserslautern, August 3-7, 2015. From the conference website:
This conference will focus on aspects of singularity theory and complex algebraic geometry, including D-module theory, homological methods, (logarithmic) derivations and differential forms, topology of hypersurface singularities and arrangements of hyperplanes.
Paolo Aluffi (Florida State University, USA)*
Ragnar-Olaf Buchweitz (University of Toronto, Canada)
Nero Budur (KU Leuven, Belgium)
Francisco-Jesús Castro-Jiménez (University of Seville, Spain)
Alex Dimca (University of Nice, France)
Eleonore Faber (University of Toronto, Canada)
Michel Granger (University of Angers, France)
Herwig Hauser (University of Vienna, Austria)*
Xia Liao (TU Kaiserslautern, Germany)
David Mond (University of Warwick, UK)
Luis Narváez Macarro (University of Seville, Spain)
Claudiu Raicu (Princeton University, USA)
Thomas Reichelt (University of Mannheim, Germany)
Claude Sabbah (Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France)
Michele Torielli (University of Hokkaido, Japan)*
Jörg Schürmann (University of Münster, Germany)
Karl Schwede (Penn State, USA)
Hiroaki Terao (University of Hokkaido, Japan)
Jean Vallès (University of Pau, France)*
Wim Veys (KU Leuven, Belgium)*
Masahiko Yoshinaga (University of Hokkaido, Japan)
Sergey Yuzvinsky (University of Oregon, USA)
More information will appear at the conference website as the dates get closer. Prospective participants can email the organizers for further details, and can subscribe to a mailing list to receive future announcements about the meeting. (Contact information for the organizers and information about subscribing to the mailing list can be found at the conference website.)
* = subject to confirmation
Finiteness Conditions in Topology and Algebra
Queen’s University Belfast (UK), 31.08.-03.09.2015
The conference “Finiteness Conditions in Topology and Algebra” will take place 31.08.-03.09.2015 at Queen’s University Belfast (UK). Topics include: finiteness in geometric topology, geometric group theory, Sigma-invariants of groups and spaces, Novikov homology, interaction with other areas such as toric topology, hyperplane arrangements and tropical geometry. The current list of speakers includes
– Martin Bridson* (University of Oxford, UK)
– Dan Burghelea (Ohio State University, US)
– Ross Geoghegan (Binghamton University, US)
– Dessislava Kochloukova (University of Campinas, Brazil)
– Ian Leary (University of Southampton, UK)
– Alexandra Pettet* (University of British Columbia, Canada)
– Andrew Ranicki (University of Edinburgh, UK)
A web page for the event can be found at http://www.northeastern.edu/suciu/Belfast2015/ where further information will be posted in due course.
Conference organisers: Thomas Huettemann and Alex Suciu
There will be a workshop titled “Combinatorial and Experimental Methods in Commutative Algebra and Related Fields” at the University of Osnabrück, October 7th – 10th, 2015.
The workshop will be organized by Winfried Bruns, Aldo Conca, Jürgen Herzog, and Tim Römer.
For more information, see the web page for the workshop.
The Fields Institute in Toronto, Ontario, will host a semester-long program in Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry in Fall 2016.
This semester-long program will focus on the topics in algebraic geometry with deep combinatorial connections. These will include, but are not limited to, Hilbert schemes, moduli spaces, Okounkov bodies, Schubert varieties, toric varieties, and tropical geometry.
There will be three programmatic workshops: an introductory workshop in August, a workshop on “Convexity in Algebraic Geometry” in October, and a workshop on “Combinatorial Moduli Spaces and Intersection Theory” in December. There will also be a graduate summer school in Summer 2016.
Applications for long-term visiting positions will be due in December 2015.
More information will be available on the webpage for the program.