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This is an annual workshop. This 2014 one is a satellite conference of the ICM 2014 in Seoul.
The workshop will bring together mathematicians and string theorists together to exchange recent ideas on geometry and physics of gauged linear sigma model and its related topics: Mirror Symmetry, CY/LG Correspondences, Derived Categories (of variations of GIT), Quasimap Theory, Gauged Gromov-Witten theory and so on.
Speakers
Matthew Ballard (University of South Carolina)
- Some Homological Algebra for Factorization Categories
Alessandro Chiodo (Institut de Mathematiques de Jussieu)
- Is it really easy to Compute?
Emily Clader (University of Michigan)
- The landau-Ginzburg/Calabi-Yau Correspondence and Wall-Crossing
Will Donovan (University of Edinburgh)
- Mixed braid group actions and B-brane transport
Richard Eager (Kavli IPMU)
- Supersymmetric gauge theories and the hemisphere partition function
David Favero (University of Alberta)
- Comparing Derived Categories for Various Mirror Constructions
Daniel Halpern-Leistner (Columbia University)
- The structure of instability in moduli theory
Kentaro Hori (Kavli IPMU)
- Gauge Theory Duality and Linear Sigma Models
Shinobu Hosono (University of Tokyo)
- Mirror symmetry and geometry of double quintic symmetroids
Hiroshi Iritani (Kyoto University)
- Gamma Conjectures for Fano Manifolds
Young-Hoon Kiem (Seoul National University)
- Cosection localized virtual fundamental classes
Johanna Knapp (ITP)
- Exotic Calabi-Yaus from one-and two-parameter non-abelian GLSMs
Jun Li (Stanford University)
- Toward an effective theory of GW invariants of quintic CY threefolds
Jeongseok Oh (KAIST)
- Quasimaps to relative GIT quotients and Applications
Nathan Priddis (Leibniz University Hannover)
- Landau-Ginzburg/Calabi-Yau Correspondence and the Crepant Transformation Conjecture
Yongbin Ruan (University of Michigan)
- Landau-Ginzburg/Calabi-Yau Correspondence
Emanuel Scheidegger (University Freiburg)
- Topological strings and quasimodular forms
Yefeng Shen (Kavli IPMU)
- Modularity of Gromov-Witten correlation functions for elliptic orbifold curves
Yukinobu Toda (Kavli IPMU)
- S-duality conjecture for Calabi-Yau 3-folds
Chirs Woodward (Rutgers University)
- The minimal model program and Floer Theory
Organizers
Kentaro Hori (Kavli IPMU)
Bumsig Kim (KIAS)
Yongbin Ruan (Univ. of Michigan)
Contact
Kangwon Lee (kwlee@kias.re.kr)
The workshop will bring together mathematicians and string theorists together to exchange recent ideas on geometry and physics of gauged linear sigma model and its related topics: Mirror Symmetry, CY/LG Correspondences, Derived Categories (of variations of GIT), Quasimap Theory, Gauged Gromov-Witten theory and so on.
Speakers
Matthew Ballard (University of South Carolina)
- Some Homological Algebra for Factorization Categories
Alessandro Chiodo (Institut de Mathematiques de Jussieu)
- Is it really easy to Compute?
Emily Clader (University of Michigan)
- The landau-Ginzburg/Calabi-Yau Correspondence and Wall-Crossing
Will Donovan (University of Edinburgh)
- Mixed braid group actions and B-brane transport
Richard Eager (Kavli IPMU)
- Supersymmetric gauge theories and the hemisphere partition function
David Favero (University of Alberta)
- Comparing Derived Categories for Various Mirror Constructions
Daniel Halpern-Leistner (Columbia University)
- The structure of instability in moduli theory
Kentaro Hori (Kavli IPMU)
- Gauge Theory Duality and Linear Sigma Models
Shinobu Hosono (University of Tokyo)
- Mirror symmetry and geometry of double quintic symmetroids
Hiroshi Iritani (Kyoto University)
- Gamma Conjectures for Fano Manifolds
Young-Hoon Kiem (Seoul National University)
- Cosection localized virtual fundamental classes
Johanna Knapp (ITP)
- Exotic Calabi-Yaus from one-and two-parameter non-abelian GLSMs
Jun Li (Stanford University)
- Toward an effective theory of GW invariants of quintic CY threefolds
Jeongseok Oh (KAIST)
- Quasimaps to relative GIT quotients and Applications
Nathan Priddis (Leibniz University Hannover)
- Landau-Ginzburg/Calabi-Yau Correspondence and the Crepant Transformation Conjecture
Yongbin Ruan (University of Michigan)
- Landau-Ginzburg/Calabi-Yau Correspondence
Emanuel Scheidegger (University Freiburg)
- Topological strings and quasimodular forms
Yefeng Shen (Kavli IPMU)
- Modularity of Gromov-Witten correlation functions for elliptic orbifold curves
Yukinobu Toda (Kavli IPMU)
- S-duality conjecture for Calabi-Yau 3-folds
Chirs Woodward (Rutgers University)
- The minimal model program and Floer Theory
Organizers
Kentaro Hori (Kavli IPMU)
Bumsig Kim (KIAS)
Yongbin Ruan (Univ. of Michigan)
Contact
Kangwon Lee (kwlee@kias.re.kr)