Interaction Between Algebraic Geometry and QFT

Full title: International Russian-Japanese Conference on Interaction Between Algebraic Geometry and QFT.

Event description

The event expects to see some internationally renowned mathematicians and physicists from Russia, Japan, and other countries. It is aimed at researchers, doctoral and graduate students, and undergraduates in their last years of studies at MIPT or elsewhere who want to learn about the most recent achievements in algebraic and symplectic geometry, homological algebra, quantum field theory, and string theory. Among the participants, we expect to welcome scientists from Japan and other countries, as well as those from MIPT and other research centers in Moscow and across Russia. Their goal is to help interested MIPT students become a new generation of researchers acquainted with the latest developments in mathematics and physics.

Expected effect of the event
 
The event is designed to familiarize the Russian audience with advanced methods in geometry and the interplay between geometry and quantum field theory; geometry and string theory. It will also help raise MIPT’s profile globally in the fields of mathematics and physics, as well as match up researchers and students from MIPT and world-class scientists for joint work.

Organizers

Co-chairs of program committee
  • Alexander Belavin, Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics, MIPT, Kharkevich Institute for Information Transmission Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Independent University of Moscow, Russia
  • Aleksei Bondal, Steklov Mathematical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Higher School of Economics, Russia
  • Alexander Gorsky, MIPT, Kharkevich Institute for Information Transmission Problems, Russia
  • Maxim Kontsevich, Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques, France
  • Shinnosuke Okawa, Osaka University, Japan
  • Kyoji Saito, Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe, University of Tokyo, Japan
  • Atsushi Takahashi, Osaka University, Japan

Program committee
  • Fedor Bogomolov, Higher School of Economics, Russia; Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, U.S.
  • Kentaro Hori, Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe, University of Tokyo, Japan
  • Ludmil Katzarkov, Higher School of Economics, Russia; University of Miami, U.S.
  • Vyacheslav Shokurov, Steklov Mathematical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences; Johns Hopkins University, U.S.
Organizing committee
  • Aleksei Bondal (co-chair)
  • Andrei Ershov (MIPT)
  • Ilya Karzhemanov (MIPT)
  • Valeriy Kiselev (co-chair)
  • Anna Kocherova (MIPT)
  • Stanislav Komarov (co-chair)
  • Olga Proncheva (MIPT)
  • Ilya Zhdanovskiy (MIPT)

Participants

Number of expected participants: 100.
Participants from outside Russia: 40.
Poster presentations: 10

Russian and foreign speakers: 56.

List of speakers:
  • Victor Alekseev, MIPT, Russia.
  • Konstantin Aleshkin, andau Institute for Theoretical Physics, Russia.
  • Sergey Alexeev, MIPT, Russia
  • Petr Dunin-Barkowski, Higher School of Economics, Russia. 
  • Alexander Beilinson, University of Chicago, U.S.
  • Alexander Belavin, Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics; MIPT; Kharkevich Institute for Information Transmission Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences; Independent University of Moscow, Russia.
  • Mikhail Bershtein, Skoltech; Higher School of Economics; Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics, Russia.
  • Fedor Bogomolov, Higher School of Economics, Russia; Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, U.S.
  • Chris Brav, Higher School of Economics, Russia.
  • Boris Eremin, MIPT, Russia.
  • Denis Degtyarev, MIPT.
  • Jingjun Han, Johns Hopkins University, U.S.
  • Wahei Hara, Waseda University, Japan.
  • Yuki Hirano, Kyoto University, Japan.  
  • Shinobu Hosono, Gakushin University, Japan.
  • Akishi Ikeda, Osaka University, Japan.
  • Isamu Iwanari, Tohoku University, Japan.
  • Atsushi Kanazawa, Kyoto University, Japan.
  • Ryo Kanda, Osaka University, Japan.
  • Hisashi Kasuya, Osaka University, Japan.
  • Ludmil Katzarkov, Higher School of Economics, Russia; University of Miami, U.S.
  • Anton Kazakov, MSU, Russia.
  • Grisha Konovalov, MIPT, Russia,
  • Kohei Kikuta, Osaka University, Japan.
  • Kyoung-Seog Lee, Korea Institute for Advanced Studies, Korea.
  • Alexey Litvinov, Higher School of Economics, Russia.
  • Andrey Losev, Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics; Higher School of Economics, Russia.
  • Sveta Makarova, MIT, US.
  • Joaquin Moraga, University of Utah, U.S.
  • Koseki Naoki, Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe, University of Tokyo, Japan.
  • Nikita Nekrasov, Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, Stony Brook University, U.S.; Skoltech, Russia.
  • Shinnosuke Okawa, Osaka University, Japan.
  • Genki Ouchi, RIKEN, iTHEMS.
  • Dmitriy Pavshinkin, MIPT, Russia.
  • Arseniy Pikalov, Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Russia.
  • Pavel Popov, Laboratory of Mirror Symmetry NRU HSE, Russia.
  • Dipendra Prasad, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India; Laboratory of Modern Algebra and Applications, Russia.
  • Yuri Prokhorov, Steklov Mathematical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences; Laboratory of algebraic geometry and applications, Russia.
  • Kyoji Saito, Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe, University of Tokyo, Japan.
  • Yuuki Shiraishi, Osaka University, Japan.
  • Vyacheslav Shokurov, Steklov Mathematical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia; Johns Hopkins University, U.S.
  •  Alexey Sleptsov, Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics; MIPT, Russia.
  • Atsushi Takahashi, Osaka University, Japan.
  • Claire Voisin, Collège de France, France.
  • Takehiko Yasuda, Tohoku University, Japan.
  • Yegor Zenkevich, Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics; Laboratory of Mathematical Physics methods, Russia.
  • Andrey Zotov, Steklov Mathematical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia.
You can find more information about abstracts here.  

Registration 

The registration fee (3,000 rubles) should be paid upon arrival.
Cancellation and payment terms

Send your questions on registration and payments to the official technical partner of the workshop MESOL LLC.

Payment by credit card – for online payment please use the link (*Please, fill in the gaps 'Service' and  'Amount' the following way: QFT Conference, 3000) 

Schedule
The schedule of the conference is available as a three-page printout.

Venue


Institute address: 9 Institutskiy Pereulok, 141701 Dolgoprudny, Moscow Region, Russia


How to get to MIPT from Sheremetyevo International Airport:

  • Due to the airport and MIPT locations, the most convenient way to get to the Institute is by taxi. It costs about 700-1,500 rubles and takes only 35 minutes.
  • You can take an Aeroexpress train to Okruzhnaya railway station. The ticket costs 500 rubles, the whole trip takes almost an hour. How to get to MIPT from Okruzhnaya railway station you’ll find on this page below.

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How to get to MIPT from from the nearest metro stations:

  • From Savyolovskaya, Timiryazevskaya or Okruzhnaya metro stations you can get to MIPT by suburbain train bound from Moscow (except for Aeroexpress trains). Railway stations are located at every metro station listed above, and are named Savyolovsky, Timiryazevskaya, and Okruzhnaya railway stations respectively. Take the train to Novodachnaya or Dolgoprudnaya stations (20 minutes).

If the train stops at Novodachnaya station, then you should exit from the first train car, cross the tracks, and follow the path to the campus (5-7 minutes) walking in the direction of the train’s motion.

If the train doesn’t stop at Novodachnaya station, then you should exit from the last car at Dolgoprudnaya station and go along Pervomayskaya Street in the direction opposite to that of the train’s motion. The walk will take between 10-12 minutes.

  • From Khovrino metro station, take 368 bus and go to the final stop Dolgoprudnaya. It takes about 35 minutes.

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  • From Altufyevo metro station, take route bus 545 and go to the  ‘MFTI’ bus stop (Russian for MIPT). It takes about 25 minutes.

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  • You can take a taxi, rent a car or use a car sharing and drive to the Institute.


Accomodation

The nearest restaurants recommended are Theory Kitchen & Bar (on the campus) and IQ cafe (5-10 minutes walk).

Campus map


Contacts

Organizers responsible for the event

Aleksei Bondal, bondal@mi.ras.ru
Andrei Ershov, ershov.andrei@gmail.com
Ilya Zhdanovskiy, ijdanov@mail.ru
Ilya Karzhemanov, ilkarjem@rambler.ru


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Location: MIPT campus in Dolgoprudny, Russia

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