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February 2024

A panorama of moduli spaces

ag.algebraic-geometry co.combinatorics gt.geometric-topology nt.number-theory
2024-02-26 through 2024-03-01
Goethe University Frankfurt
Frankfurt am Main; Germany

Meeting Type: conference

Contact: Martin Ulirsch



March 2024

The 57th Spring Topology and Dynamical Systems Conference

at.algebraic-topology ds.dynamical-systems gn.general-topology gt.geometric-topology
2024-03-06 through 2024-03-09
University of North Carolina Charlotte
Charlotte, NC; USA

Meeting Type: conference

Contact: see conference website



Workshop on p-adic Arithmetic Geometry

ag.algebraic-geometry at.algebraic-topology nt.number-theory
2024-03-11 through 2024-03-15
Institute for Advanced Study
Princeton, NJ; USA

Meeting Type: conference

Contact: see conference website



Lloyd Roeling Conference in Algebraic Topology

2024-03-15 through 2024-03-17
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Lafayette, Louisiana; USA

Meeting Type: conference

Contact: Philip Hackney



Arithmetic Quantum Field Theory Conference

at.algebraic-topology mp.mathematical-physics nt.number-theory rt.representation-theory
2024-03-25 through 2024-03-29
Cambridge, MA; USA

Meeting Type: conference

Contact: David Ben-Zvi, Solomon Friedberg, Natalie Paquette, Brian Williams


The object of the program is to develop and disseminate exciting new connections emerging between quantum field theory and algebraic number theory, and in particular between the fundamental invariants of each: partition functions and L-functions.

On one hand, there has been tremendous progress in the past decade in our understanding of the algebraic structures underlying quantum field theory as expressed in terms of the geometry and topology of low-dimensional manifolds, both on the level of states (via the Atiyah-Segal / Baez-Dolan / Lurie formalism of extended, functorial field theory) and on the level of observables (via the Beilinson–Drinfeld / Costello–Gwilliam formalism of factorization algebras). On the other hand, Weil’s Rosetta Stone and the Mazur–Morishita–Kapranov–Reznikov arithmetic topology (the “knots and primes” dictionary) provide a sturdy bridge between the topology of 2- and 3-manifolds and the arithmetic of number fields. Thus, one can now port over quantum field theoretic ideas to number theory, as first proposed by Minhyong Kim with his arithmetic counterpart of Chern-Simons theory. Most recently, the work of Ben-Zvi–Sakellaridis–Venkatesh applies an understanding of the Langlands program as an arithmetic avatar of electric-magnetic duality in four-dimensional gauge theory to reveal a hidden quantum mechanical nature of the theory of $L$-functions.

The program will bring together a wide range of mathematicians and physicists working on adjacent areas to explore the emerging notion of arithmetic quantum field theory as a tool to bring quantum physics to bear on questions of interest for the theory of automorphic forms, harmonic analysis and L-functions. Conversely, we will explore potential geometric and physical consequences of arithmetic ideas, for example, the Langlands correspondence theory of L-functions for 3-manifolds.

April 2024

Graduate Student Topology and Geometry Conference 2024

at.algebraic-topology dg.differential-geometry gn.general-topology gt.geometric-topology mg.metric-geometry sg.symplectic-geometry
2024-04-12 through 2024-04-14
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan ; USA

Meeting Type: conference

Contact: Ivan So


This conference aims to bring together graduate students interested in geometry and topology, to give graduate students the opportunity to give talks, and to establish connections among students in the field.

Most of the talks will be given by graduate students, but there will also be three distinguished plenary lectures:

Julie Bergner (University of Virginia)

Ciprian Manolescu (Stanford University)

Gábor Székelyhidi (Northwestern University)

and six lectures by early-career faculty speakers:

Carolyn Abbott (Brandeis University) Anthony Conway (The University of Texas at Austin)

Iva Halacheva (Northeastern University)

Antoine Song (California Institute of Technology)

Iris Yoon (Wesleyan University)

Allen Yuan (Institute for Advanced Study/Northwestern University)

The conference website can be found here: https://sites.google.com/view/gstgc2024msu/home

Registration is now open. For those applying for funding or proposing a talk, the deadline of registration is January 15, 2024 (March 30, 2024 for those who are not). Please stay tuned for further updates and details regarding this exciting event!

May 2024

Higher Algebra, Geometry, and Topology

2024-05-06 through 2024-05-10
Luminy; France

Meeting Type: conference

Contact: Ricardo Campos, Joana Cirici, Vladimir Dotsenko, Bruno Vallette


The aim of the present conference is to gather mathematicians working in Algebra, Geometry, Topology, and Mathematical Physics. It will cover new foundational works on higher algebra together with its applications.

This conference is the closing event the project ANR « Higher Algebra, Geometry, and Topology », which structures the French community working on these topics.

Confirmed speakers

Alexander BERGLUND (University of Stockholm), Luciana BONATTO (Max Planck Institute for Mathematics Bonn), Basil CORON (Université de Strasbourg/Queen Mary), Berenice DELCROIX-OGER (Université de Montpellier), Coline EMPRIN (Université Sorbonne Paris Nord), Chiara ESPOSITO (University of Salerno), Bernhard KELLER (Université Paris Cité), Guillaume LAPLANTE-ANFOSSI (University of Melbourse), Florian NAEF (Trinity College Dublin), Joost NUITEN (Université de Toulouse), Dan PETERSEN (University of Stockholm), Marcy ROBERTSON (University of Melbourne), Victor ROCA LUCIO (EPFL), Sergey SHADRIN (University of Amsterdam), Andrea SOLOTAR (University of Buenos Aires & Guangdong Technion), Anna SOPENA (Universitat de Barcelona), Christine VESPA (Aix-Marseille Université), Ben WARD (Bowling Green State University).

St. Louis Topology Conference: Flows and Foliations in 3-manifolds

ds.dynamical-systems gt.geometric-topology
2024-05-17 through 2024-05-19
Washington University
Saint Louis, Missouri; USA

Meeting Type: conference

Contact: Michael Landry


Registration is open, and March 17 is the deadline to request funding.

The speakers are:

Ian Agol (UC Berkeley)

Thomas Barthelmé (Queens University)

Danny Calegari (University of Chicago)

Nathan Dunfield (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign)

David Gabai (Princeton University)

Ying Hu (University of Nebraska Omaha)

Beibei Liu (Ohio State University)

Anna Parlak (UC Davis)

Samuel Taylor (Temple University)

Chi Cheuk Tsang (Université du Québec à Montréal)

Mehdi Yazdi (Kings College London)

In addition to these lectures there will be 2 lightning talk sessions and a panel discussion on issues faced by early career mathematicians.

Organizers: Steven Frankel (Washington University), Michael Landry (St. Louis University), Rachel Roberts (Washington University)

June 2024

Algebraic Structures in Topology II

at.algebraic-topology ct.category-theory
2024-06-05 through 2024-06-14
San Juan; Puerto Rico

Meeting Type: conference, summer school, workshop

Contact: Ralph Kaufmann, Mona Merling, Jeremy Miller, Manuel Rivera, Natalia Pacheco Tallaj


The conferences will feature a variety of events focusing on recent developments in algebraic topology and their applications to geometry, physics, and data science.

AMS MRC conference Homotopical Combinatorics

at.algebraic-topology co.combinatorics
2024-06-30 through 2024-07-06
Java Center, NY; USA

Meeting Type: conference / workshop

Contact: Kyle Ormsby


Transfer systems are a new combinatorial object that exhibit surprising connections between abstract homotopy theory, equivariant topology, and combinatorics. About ten years ago, Blumberg and Hill defined the related "indexing systems'' as the central algebraic object controlling twisted multiplications that naturally arise in the study of equivariant cohomology theories. Rubin and Balchin--Barnes--Roitzheim independently recast this notion in a much simpler framework, characterizing indexing systems in terms of transfer systems, as a particular kind of weak subposet of the lattice of subgroups of a finite group G , ordered by inclusion. Work of Ormsby--Osorno and teams of collaborators has shown how the natural generalization of this notion to an arbitrary poset has fascinating combinatorial properties, and Balchin--MacBrough--Ormsby have further connected this to abstract homotopy theories on posets. Each of these connections provides exciting results which can be transferred and reinterpreted in the other fields, yielding unexpected new structure and theorems.

This MRC will introduce participants to this burgeoning new area, bringing together researchers with interests in combinatorics, algebraic topology, and abstract homotopy theory. The field is rife with open problems, including basic questions about the structure of transfer systems, combinatorics problems associated to counting transfer systems for natural families of posets, identifying connections with other combinatorial structures, and applying the language of model categories to recast and reform these questions.

One of the exciting features of the program is that there are few prerequisites. Familiarity with abstract homotopy theory or with modern methods of algebraic topology will allow deeper engagement with some of the potential problems, but is not required, and much of the subject can be approached purely combinatorially. Before the workshop, relevant readings will be provided to help provide background, and an online collaboration platform will be used to start discussing material and to begin building community. At the workshop, participants can expect to work in teams on research programs, to engage with lectures from senior faculty participants about aspects of homotopical combinatorics, and to have open feedback sessions for further discussion.

The primary focus of the workshop is supporting early-career researchers, including advanced graduate students, postdocs, and pre-tenure faculty. As such, there will also be professional development sessions, the topics of which will be driven by participant interest and need. We especially encourage members of traditionally excluded groups to apply.

Applications will be accepted on MathPrograms.org through Thursday, February 15, 2024 (11:59 p.m. EST).

July 2024

Summer school - New structures in low-dimensional topology

gn.general-topology gt.geometric-topology qa.quantum-algebra sg.symplectic-geometry
2024-07-01 through 2024-07-05
Renyi Institute
Budapest; USA

Meeting Type: summer school

Contact: Aaron Lauda, Sergei Gukov


We would like to advertise a Summer School in low-dimensional topology, organized by the Simons collaboration "New structures in low-dimensional topology”, which will take place at the Rényi Institute in Budapest (Hungary) on the week of 1st-5th July 2024. The main target audience of the summer school are PhD students. See https://erdoscenter.renyi.hu/events/summer-school-new-structures-low-dimensional-topology for more information.

We have limited funding to support some junior participants as well as limited space. Registration and application for funding is now open at the above link. The deadline for application is 15th March 2024.

Please forward this message to anyone who might be interested in applying.

Our best wishes, The organizers Sergei Gukov, Aaron Lauda, Marco Marengon, Tom Mrowka, Peter Ozsváth, András Stipsicz, Zoltán Szabó

PCMI 2024 Research Topic: Motivic Homotopy

ag.algebraic-geometry at.algebraic-topology kt.k-theory-and-homology
2024-07-07 through 2024-07-27
Institute for Advanced Study/Parc City Mathematics Institute
Park City, Utah; USA

Meeting Type: meeting with several components

Contact: Oliver Röndigs


The IAS/Park City Mathematics Institute is a three-week residential summer session with a graduate summer school, a research program, an undergraduate summer school, and an undergraduate faculty program. More information can be found on the conference website. PCMI encourages applications from all those with interest in the program, both from the US and internationally. This year it is organized by Benjamin Antieau (Northwestern University), Marc Levine (Universität Duisburg-Essen), Oliver Röndigs (Universität Osnabrück), Alexander Vishik (University of Nottingham), and Kirsten Wickelgren (Duke University).


at.algebraic-topology gt.geometric-topology
2024-07-21 through 2024-07-27
Oberwolfach; Germany

Meeting Type: workshop

Contact: Mark Behrens, Ruth Charney, Oscar Randal-Williams, Andras Stipsicz


See conference website

August 2024

Young Topologists Meeting 2024

ag.algebraic-geometry at.algebraic-topology ct.category-theory gn.general-topology gt.geometric-topology kt.k-theory-and-homology
2024-08-05 through 2024-08-09
University of Münster
Münster; Germany

Meeting Type: conference

Contact: Konrad Bals


The Young Topologists Meeting is an annual international conference aimed at early-career researchers in topology - both pure and applied - covering the whole breadth of the subject. It serves as a platform for graduate, PhD students, and early postdocs to present their research, exchange ideas, and build international connections.

Previous editions of the conference have been organized by the EPFL, Switzerland, the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, and jointly by the University of Stockholm and the Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. Next up: Münster, Germany.

Motivic homotopy, K-theory, and Modular Representations

ag.algebraic-geometry at.algebraic-topology rt.representation-theory
2024-08-09 through 2024-08-11
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA; USA

Meeting Type: conference

Contact: Aravind Asok, Christopher Bendel, Christian Haesemeyer, Julia Pevtsova, Paul Sobaje, Jared Warner


A celebration of the mathematics of Eric Friedlander on the occasion of his 80th birthday

AGACSE 2024 (Applied Geometric Algebras in Computer Science and Engineering)

gt.geometric-topology mg.metric-geometry
2024-08-26 through 2024-08-29
University of Amsterdam
Amsterdam; Netherlands

Meeting Type: conference

Contact: Leo Dorst, Joan Lasenby


The 9th installment of AGACSE (Applied Geometric Algebras in Computer Science and Engineering) will take place August 26-29 in Amsterdam.

The field of Geometric/Clifford Algebras has seen a recent surge in applied interest, as witnessed on https://bivector.net, its accompanying discord server, and other forums. The unifying nature of the GA framework is prompting company-wide software approaches to geometrical, mechanical and EM solutions. The novel PGA (the GA of 3D Euclidean geometry) has simplified the classical data structures from computer graphics to classical mechanics simulators. And the very recent applications within Geometrically Equivariant Networks have immediately produced successes that draw in new researchers and practitioners, with new software platforms and tutorials appearing monthly.

The AGACSE conference aims to showcase successful examples of such applications from industry, and discuss the new developments now brewing in research labs. We expect a fruitful interaction between practice and theory, in which novel insights inform implementations, and new target domains raise interesting new structural questions.

You may find the conference website here: https://staff.science.uva.nl/l.dorst/AGACSE2024/index.html.

The first important deadline is the submission of a 4-6 page abstract by February 29, 2024.

We hope to see you in Amsterdam in August 2024!

dr ir Leo Dorst, University of Amsterdam prof dr Joan Lasenby, University of Cambridge

October 2024

Tropical Geometry: Moduli spaces and matroids

co.combinatorics ag.algebraic-geometry gt.geometric-topology
2024-10-07 through 2024-10-11
Goethe University Frankfurt
Frankfurt am Main; Germany

Meeting Type: Workshop

Contact: Andreas Gross, Hannah Markwig, Martin Ulirsch