Interfaces between Geometric Analysis and Mathematical Physics
07 May - 11 May 2018
Geometric Analysis has emerged as a comprehensive research field over the last 10-15 years. It is determined almost exclusively by (1) the virtuosity of combining geometric and analytic methods and (2) its strong motivation by and intimate relation with concepts of classical and modern mathematical physics. While the second aspect was the main topic of a predecessor conference in 2016, this time we shall gather experts in the field to elaborate on the technical side, in particular on • geometric analysis of singular or non-compact spaces; • Kähler geometry and pluripotential theory; and • non-perturbative, in particular topological and conformal foundations of quantum field theory.
University of Bonn
University of Cologne
University of California, Berkeley
Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg