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Workshop on Complex Geometry and Geometric Group Theory

Math Faculty


The main aim of this workshop is to bring together experts in Complex Geometry, Geometric Group Theory, Low dimensional topology, and their interactions. Historically, interactions between these field have proven very fruitful and have lead to an array of interesting research an results. We expect that this workshop will deepen existing and foster new interactions. To achieve this there will be an attractive selection of talks by experts in the different areas, as well as ample time for discussions.


Dates and Place

Karlsruhe, 26 September 2022 - 30 September 2022


Confirmed Speakers

Corey Bregman, University of Southern Maine
Benoît Claudon, Université Rennes 1
Ya Deng, Université de Lorraine
Martin Deraux, Université Grenoble Alpes
Gavril Farkas, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
Olivier de Gaay Fortman, ENS Paris
Cécile Gachet, Université Côte d'Azur
Dieter Kotschick, LMU München
Vincent Koziarz, Université de Bordeaux
Anne Lonjou, Université Paris-Saclay
András Némethi, Rényi Institute Budapest
Matthew Stover, Temple University
Stefano Vidussi, UC Riverside
Shengyuan Zhao, Stony Brook University

Organisers

Claudio Llosa Isenrich, Pierre Py.

To contact the organisers please send an email to cg-and-ggt-2022@lists.kit.edu

Registration

You can register for the workshop here.

List of participants

You find a list of registered participants for the workshop here.

Schedule

The conference will start on Monday morning and end on Friday at noon. We will post a detailed schedule here closer to the start of the conference.

Accommodation

We recommend the Hotel am Markt and the Hoepfner Burghof for participants of the workshop. We have reserved a limited contingent of rooms for participants of the workshop there. If you are interested in booking one of these rooms, please contact us. Other hotels we can recommend are the Leonardo Hotel, the Novotel Karlsruhe City and the Achat Hotel Karlsruhe City.

Funding

We gratefully acknowledge the KIT and the DFG funded RTG 2229 for their financial support for this workshop.