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- Institute for Advanced Study
- Princeton, New Jersey
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- Daniel Grayson
Vladimir Voevodsky was an enormously creative and wide ranging mathematician whose insight into topology and homotopy theory greatly advanced the fields of algebraic geometry, motivic homotopy theory, homotopy type theory, and univalent foundations. We invite you to attend the Vladimir Voevodsky Memorial Conference, September 11-14, 2018, in Princeton at the Institute for Advanced Study, to help us honor his contributions. The speakers are:
Benedikt Ahrens - University of Birmingham Joseph Ayoub - University of Zurich Pierre Deligne - Institute for Advanced Study Eric Friedlander - University of Southern California Daniel Grayson - University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign/Institute for Advanced Study Michael Hopkins - Harvard University André Joyal - Universite du Quebec a Montreal Mikahil Kapranov - Institute for Advanced Study Daniel Licata - Wesleyan University Alexander Merkurjev - University of California, Los Angeles Fabien Morel - Mathematisches Institut der Universitat Munchen Emily Riehl - Johns Hopkins University George Shabat - Russian State University for the Humanities Michael Shulman - University of San Diego Alexander Vishik - The University of Nottingham Claire Voisin - College de France Inna Zakharevich - Cornell University
One of the lectures will be a public lecture, followed by a public reception. There will also be a conference banquet on the final evening in the Institute's own fine dining hall.
You are welcome to register for the conference and for the dinner on the web site at http://www.math.ias.edu/vvmc2018 .
On behalf of the organizing committee,
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