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Update: 2007/12/07

Research

The 4th International Conference by Graduate School of Mathematics, Nagoya University

Complex Geometry and String Theory

Date
December 9–11, 2004
Place
Noyori Conference Hall, Nagoya University
Sponsor
Graduate School of Mathematics, Nagoya University
Speakers
R. Goto (Osaka), A. Marshakov (Lebedev and ITEP), N. Nekrasov (IHES), Y. Nohara (Nagoya), A. Okounkov (Princeton), Y. Sano (TIT), T. Tate (Nagoya), P. Vanhaecke (Poitiers), S. Zelditch (Johns Hopkins), J. Zhou (Tsinghua)
Organizers
A. Futaki (TIT), H. Kanno (Nagoya), R. Kobayashi (Nagoya)
Directions

Program (tentative, Nov. 16, 2004)

December 9 (Thu.)

10:45–11:00 Opening Address
11:00–12:30
N. Nekrasov (IHES)
Mathematical M-theory
14:00–15:30
R. Goto (Osaka)
Unobstructed deformations of topological calibrations
16:00–17:30
J. Zhou (Tsinghua)
Gromov-Witten invariants as equivariant indices

December 10 (Fri.)

09:00–10:30
Y. Sano (TIT)
On an algorithm for finding balanced metrics
11:00–12:30
A. Okounkov (Princeton)
Quantum cohomology of the Hilbert scheme of points in the plane
14:00–15:30
Y. Nohara (Nagoya)
Lagrangian fibrations and theta functions
16:00–17:30
A. Marshakov (Lebedev/ITEP)
Geometry of complex curves in string theory

December 11 (Sat.)

09:00–10:30
P. Vanhaecke (Poitiers)
Detecting and proving algebraic integrability and applications
11:00–12:30
T. Tate (Nagoya)
Lattice path combinatorics and asymptotics of multiplicities of weights in tensor powers
14:00–15:30
S. Zelditch (Johns Hopkins)
Complex geometry and the vacua of string/M theory