Summer School on Differential Geometry | (smr 3862)
Starts 14 Aug 2023
Ends 25 Aug 2023
Central European Time
Hanoi - Viet Nam
The Call for Applications will be open soon
This school is organised in partnership with the Clay Mathematics Institute and is also supported by a grant from the IMU-CDC Conference Support Program, which is partially supported by the Abel Board.
The school gives an ideal platform for advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and early-career mathematicians to learn the basics of differential geometry in close connection with recent breakthrough developments. Concrete topics include Kähler geometry, Ricci curvature, geometric convergence, and minimal surfaces.
Differential geometry is among the most active fields in mathematics with fundamental connections to physics and other sciences. Indeed, J. Douglas was awarded the first Fields Medal for his remarkable contribution to the study of minimal surfaces in Euclidean space. Today the field is as exciting and vibrant as ever. For example, the resolutions of Willmore’s and Lawson's conjectures bring new insights and revitalize old techniques. This summer school would allow experts in the field to gather, share ideas, and pass on their knowledge to the next generations.
Andre NEVES, Chicago, USA
Early Career Researchers:
Timothy BUTTSWORTH, University of Queensland, USA
Brian ALLEN, CUNY Lehman College, USA
Claudio AREZZO, ICTP, Italy
Andre NEVES, University of Chicago, USA
Artem PULEMOTOV, University of Queensland, Australia
Goufang WEI, The University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), USA
Grants: A limited number of grants are available to support the attendance of selected participants, with priority given to participants from developing countries. There is no registration fee.
Claudio AREZZO (ICTP), Le Minh HA (Vietnam Institute for Advanced Study in Mathematics), Thac Dung NGUYEN (Vietnam National University Ha Noi), Hung TRAN (Texas Tech University), ICTP Scientific Contact: Claudio Arezzo (ICTP)