This program will begin with an introductory conference. It will consist of 6 mini-courses on the main topics categorifications and quantum groups, quiver varieties, character varieties, geometric representation theory. It is devoted to younger researchers, but also to senior ones in order to promote the discussions between young mathematicians and seniors.

The organizing theme will be to investigate connections between various approaches and encourage participants from different backgrounds to share techniques. The technical program will include special sessions in algebra, coding theory, data mining and machine learning, mathematical biology, topology and others, as well as many contributed sessions.

Each lecture series will be tailored to a diverse audience, accessible to graduate students and non-expert researchers with some background in homological also algebra. The content of these lecture series will concern the following topics. Ongoing and transformative work by Bhatt--Morrow-Scholze in p-adic Hodge theory uses cyclotomic spectra and therefore subtle equivariant information.

This workshop, at the vanguard of work in this area, seeks to bring together experts in algebraic topology, derived algebraic geometry, and number theory to explore these exciting new connections. It will provide a forum to learn about important themes in contemporary category theory, both from experts and from each other. Three invited speakers will each present a three-hour mini-course, accessible to non-specialists, introducing an area of active research.

There will also be short talks contributed by PhD students and postdocs, and a poster session. The focus of the Spring School is on aspects of pure category theory as they interact with research in other areas of algebra, geometry, topology and logic. Any "categorical thinker" - that is, any mathematician whose work makes use of categorical ideas - is welcome to participate.

Contact: Email: jct. It serves an important role as part of the algebra research community in the Gulf Coast Region. Graduate students are strongly encouraged to participate. There is no registration fee. Presentations will be 25 minutes in length. Contact: Email: guy. At the same time, a deep understanding of complicated physical phenomena such as cloaking in metamaterials, turbulence and explosive behaviour, has been achieved by means of close examination of the underlying non-self-adjoint operators.

These developments involve combining techniques from diverse disciplines and in recent years groups who had been working on similar problems from different perspectives, often using different terminology, have been unaware of each other. These seemingly disparate topics are unified by a common methodology, which leverages universal properties and unforeseen descent by way of higher category theory.

Furthermore, they enjoy powerful and complementary roles in application to the cyclotomic trace. The recent renaissance in equivariant stable homotopy theory has provided several new tools which allow us to better understand classical problems and carry out new computations. We will also explore the deep links with other closely related areas such as Lie theory and geometry, as well as possibly new research directions that would appear between now and the conference.

The conference programme will include invited lectures, a limited number of contributed talks and a poster session. Contact: Email: pavel60conference gmail. One of the reasons is that although researchers use different tools and techniques, their studies have profound connections and are understandable to people from both sides.

Sharing experiences and techniques is an opportunity for them to accelerate collaboration works. Index Theory and Complex Geometry recently both have spectacular developments. In this program, we plan to dig out more materials on complex geometry side of global analysis led by recent development on geometric hypoelliptic Laplacians. Frequently, and perhaps surprisingly, many questions in mathematics are easier to study for polynomials than for integers.

Hence intuition and results for polynomials can tell us about the integers. Commutative algebra lives at the intersection of both perspectives, and one fundamental object of study is polynomials with integer coefficients, this is called the mixed characteristic case.

Recently, Yves Andre proved a long standing open conjecture in commutative algebra in this mixed characteristic setting, relying on constructions of Scholze and then Bhatt gave a simplified proof of the same conjecture. This workshop aims to foster and discuss these and other recent tools, to study some remaining open problems in mixed characteristic.

The workshop will bring together a diverse group of researchers from different fields, such as commutative algebra, algebraic geometry, and number theory. In the past 30 years, Professor Elduque has significantly contributed to the progress of Algebra, notably to the theory of non-associative graded algebras.

This series of international conferences aims at bringing together leading scientists and young researchers in the field of Clifford algebras and their various applications in mathematics, physics, engineering and other applied sciences. The English mathematician and philosopher William Kingdon Clifford is best remembered for his geometric algebras, nowadays better known in mathematics as Clifford algebras, named so in his honour, but he also contributed significantly to other branches of mathematics, especially geometry.

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Diophantine equations are named after Diophantus of Alexandria, a 3rd century mathematician and were popularized by Pierre de Fermat, a 17th century lawyer and amateur mathematician. Unlike most branches of mathematics, many Diophantine questions and theorems can be understood and appreciated by the general public, and the subject is a favourite with popularizers of mathematics.

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The methods for tackling Diophantine equations are however deep and varied, and the subject has recently experienced an explosion of new directions and results. This workshop will bring together experts and young scholars to explore these new directions and stimulate further research into Diophantine problems.

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