Conference "Interactions and Applications of Homotopical Algebra and Geometry"

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University of Luxembourg 
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Damjan Pistalo 


The meeting will highlight recent advances in homotopical algebra and geometry, their interactions and applications. Since its emergence in the 1960s, homotopical algebra has steadily gained in importance and applications. The latter range from algebraic topology and geometry to differential geometry and mathematical physics to topological data analysis and computer science. The conference brings together researchers from these different fields to discuss recently developed topics, ongoing work and speculative new ideas. The event offers a unique opportunity to meet scholars who share a common interest in homotopy theory. There will be sufficient time for discussions between the participants; a poster session for junior researchers will be organized.

List of speakers:

Nils Baas (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) Wojciech Chacholski (Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm) Benoît Fresse (University of Lille) Julien Grivaux (Sorbonne University) Vladimir Hinich (University of Haifa) Andrey Lazarev (Lancaster University) Ieke Moerdijk (Utrecht University) Joost Nuiten (Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse) Christian Sämann (Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh) Hisham Sati (New York University Abu Dhabi) Claudia Scheimbauer (Technical University Munich) Alexander Schenkel (University of Nottingham) Martina Scolamiero (Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm) Sergey Shadrin (University of Amsterdam) Bruno Vallette (University Sorbonne Paris Nord)

Scientific Committee:

Vladimir Dotsenko (University of Strasbourg) Kathryn Hess (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne) Damjan Pistalo (University of Luxembourg) Norbert Poncin (University of Luxembourg) Urs Schreiber (New York University in Abu Dhabi)


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