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Homotopy algebras, deformation theory and quantization

16.09.2018 - 22.09.2018 | Będlewo (Poland)

Homotopy algebras, deformation theory and quantization 

 Supported by:

Banach CenterUniversity of Luxembourg

Aim and scope 

The main idea behind our workshop is to invite mathematicians, mathematical physicists, and physicists working in the areas of homotopy algebras, deformation theory, the theory of operads and props, and quantization, to exchange and share ideas and latest news. The workshop will focus on the highly active field of homotopy algebras, the deformation of higher algebraic structures, the Grothendieck-Teichmüller group, and consequences for other fields in mathematics and physics. We also intend to touch on derived algebraic geometry. The main topics will be:

  1. Deformations of algebraic and related geometric structures
  2.  Higher Algebraic Structures - Grothendieck-Teichmüller group
  3.  Derived Algebraic Geometry
  4. Deformation quantisation - mathematical aspects and physical applications.
  5. Deformations of higher structures and their applications in theoretical Physics

   Invited speakers

Martin Bordemann    Université de Haute Alsace
Alberto Cattaneo    Universität Zürich - to be confirmed
Giovanni Felder    ETH Zürich
Simone Gutt    Université Libre de Bruxelles
Kenji Iohara    Université de Lyon
Andrey Lazarev    Lancaseter University
Wendy Lowen    Universiteit Antwerpen
Sergei Merkulov    Université du Luxembourg
Michael Penkava    University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Norbert Poncin    Université du Luxembourg
Christoph Schweigert    Universität Hamburg
Oleg Sheinmann    Steklov Mathematical Institute
Jim Stasheff    University of Pennsylwania
Friedrich Wagemann    Université de Nantes 
Ping Xu    Penn State Universuty – to be confirmed


   Recent announcements


The conference will start with the following introductory courses to lay the grounds for a fruitful interaction between the participants.

  • Giovanni Felder Derived representation schemes and supersymmetric gauge theory 
  • Simone Gutt  Deformation theory and group actions
  • Sergei Merkulov Graph complexes in algebra and geometry - recent advances 
  • Ping Xuto be confirmed

   Contact

In case of any questions please contact homotopy2018[at]impan.pl or directly one of the members of the Organizing Committee.

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