The workshop will focus on recent advances in geometric representation theory and moduli spaces, including progress on geometric and categorical Langlands correspondence, the theory of conformal blocks, the geometry of affine flag varieties and Grassmannians, and the related representation theory. The workshop will bring together experts in these areas, with an emphasis on the work of younger mathematicians.
This workshop will be supported by the conference grant DMS-2328483.
The workshop will be held at university of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, starting from the afternoon of November 17 and ending in the afternoon of November 19.
Pramod Achar (Louisiana State)
Pablo Boixeda Alvarez (Yale)
Charlotte Chan (Michigan)
Chiara Damiolini (UT Austin)
Gurbir Dhillon (Yale)
Iva Halacheva (Northeastern)
Alexei Oblomkov (UMass)
Nick Rozenblyum (Toronto)
Linhui Shen (Michigan state)
Alex Weeks (Saskatchewan)
Lutian Zhao (Maryland)
If you would like to attend this workshop, please send an email to any of the above organizers with your name and institution.
Some limited financial support will be available for graduate students and postdocs. If you would like to apply, please send an email to any of the above organizers by October 16. A recommendation letter (optional for postdocs) and your CV will be required. The letter can be a short email from your advisor.
Financial support for participants who are women or from underrepresented minorities and institutions will be prioritized.
The closest airport is RDU (Raleigh-Durham International) Airport, about 17 miles from the campus. It’s most convenient to take taxi/uber from the airport to the campus or hotels.