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.
International Conference in Homological Algebra
July 22-24, 2015
University of Kentucky
The aim is to cover recent developments and applications of the homological methods in areas such as Commutative and Non commutative Algebra, Model Category Theory, and Algebraic Geometry. The conference will include one day honoring Professor Edgar Enochs’ career.
There will be a conference at Purdue University titled “Midwest Commutative Algebra Conference.’’ It will be held from Monday, August 3, through Friday, August 7, 2015. This meeting is in the tradition of Midwest Algebra and Geometry Conferences. The topic of the conference are recent advances in Commutative Algebra and its intersection with Algebraic Geometry, with particular emphasis on characteristic p methods, multiplicity theory, multiplier ideals, free resolutions, local cohomology, and the homological conjectures.
There will be a poster session to give junior mathematicians and graduate students an opportunity to present their work. Junior mathematicians and graduate students are particularly encouraged to participate in the conference, as well as mathematicians from traditionally underrepresented groups and faculty of undergraduate institutions. The deadline for being considered for financial support is July 1, 2015.
More details may be found on the website of the conference: http://www.math.purdue.edu/~ulrich/Purdue_2015/
There will be a SIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry (AG15), August 3-7, 2015, in Daejeon, South Korea. The conference is sponsored by the SIAM Activity Group on Algebraic Geometry.
For more information, see the web page for the Conference.
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
There will be a conference on D-modules in Commutative Algebra at the CIMAT in Guanajuato, Mexico, August 10 – 14, 2015.
The conference will include lecture series on:
- Arithmetic D-modules
Daniel Caro (Universite de Caen, France)
- Riemann-Hilbert Correspondence
Zoghman Mebkhout (Institut de Mathematiques de Jussieu, France)
- Applications of D-modules in Commutative Algebra
Anurag K. Singh (University of Utah, USA)
as well as research talks on various related subjects.
- Xavier Gómez-Mont (Centro de Investigacion en Matematicas, Mexico)
- Gennady Lyubeznik (University of Minnesota, USA)
- Luis Núñez-Betancourt (University of Virginia, USA),
- Wenliang Zhang (University of Nebraska, USA)
For more information see the web page for the conference
Syzygies in Algebra and Geometry
August 26th – August 29th, 2015
Haeundae, Busan, KOREA
Sijong Kwak (KAIST)
Aldo Conca (U. Genoa)
Kangjin Han (DGIST)
Matteo Varbaro (U. Genoa)
Hailong Dao (U. Kansas)
Frank-Olaf Schreyer (U. Saarbrueken)*
Marc Chardin (Institut de Mathematiques de Jussieu)
Mats Boij (KTH)
Anurag Singh (U. Utah)
Marian Aprodu (IMAR, U. Bucharest)
Euisung Park (Korea U.)
Jaeman Ahn (Kongju National U.)
N.V. Trung (VAST)
Thanh Vu (U. Nebraska-Lincoln)
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
The next Young Researchers Conference of the Royal Spanish Mathematical Society, 3CJI, will take place in the University of Murcia in September 7 – 11, 2015.
The meeting will include one parallel session on Algebra (organized by Elias Baro and Gemma Colomé) and another one revolving around Algebraic Geometry and Singularities (organized by Miguel Marco and Víctor González Alonso).
For more information, see the web site for the Conference.
MULTIPLIER IDEALS, TEST IDEALS AND BERNSTEIN-SATO POLYNOMIALS
BARCELONA, September 7-10, 2015
This meeting is mainly intended for graduate students and postdocs working on algebraic geometry, singularities or commutative algebra. It will focus on the theory of Multiplier ideals, Test ideals and Bernstein-Sato polynomials with special regard to the interplay between them.
There will be three mini-courses given by experts on the topics of the workshop. Moreover we plan on having some talks given by participants that are developing their research in this area.
·Nero Budur (KU Leuven): Bernstein-Sato polynomials
·Karl Schwede (U. Utah): Test Ideals
·Kevin Tucker (UIC): Multiplier Ideals
For more information see the web page of the workshop at