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Update: 2016/10/17

Research

Moonshine and K3 surfaces

Period
November 7–11, 2016
Place
Sakata–Hirata Hall, Science South Bldg., Nagoya University
Speakers
Daniel Allcock (University of Texas),
Scott Carnahan (University of Tsukuba),
John Duncan (Emory University),
Terry Gannon (University of Alberta),
Gerald Höhn (Kansas State University),
Jeffrey Harvey (University of Chicago),
Yang-Hui He (City University of London),
Geoffrey Mason (University of California, Santa Cruz),
Masahiko Miyamoto (University of Tsukuba),
Shigeru Mukai (RIMS, Kyoto University),
Sameer Murthy (Kings College),
Yuji Sugawara (Ritsumeikan University),
Anne Taormina (Durham University),
Michael Tuite (NUI Galway),
Roberto Volpato (Stanford University),
Katrin Wendland (Freiburg University)
Organizers
Tohru Eguchi (Rikkyo University),
Shigeyuki Kondo (Nagoya Univeristy),
Masahiko Miyamoto (University of Tsukuba)
Supported by
JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (S) No 15H05738 (Shigeyuki Kondo)
JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) 26287001 (Masahiko Miyamoto)
Grant for International Conference, Nagoya University FY2016
Contact to:
Shigeyuki Kondo
Phone: +81 52-789-2815
Email: kondo (at) math.nagoya-u.ac.jp

Program

* The timetable on Wednesday and Friday were changed. (Nov. 3, 2016)

November 7 (Mon)
10:00– Registration
11:00–12:00

Jeffrey Harvey (University of Chicago)

Skew-holomorphic moonshine

Lunch Break
13:30–14:30

Shigeru Mukai (RIMS, Kyoto University)

Enriques surfaces and MOG

15:00–16:00

Scott Carnahan (University of Tsukuba)

Generalized monstrous moonshine

16:30–17:30

Yuji Sugawara (Ritsumeikan University)

N=4 Liouville theory and moonshine phenomena

November 8 (Tue)
10:00–11:00

John Duncan (Emory University)

The Shimura correspondence in moonshine

11:30–12:30

Roberto Volpato (Stanford University)

Twining genera in string theories on K3

Group Photo
Lunch Break
14:30–15:30

Gerald Höhn (Kansas State University)

Symplectic automorphisms of hyperkähler manifolds of type K3[2] and the equivariant complex elliptic genus

16:00–17:00

Terry Gannon (University of Alberta)

Induction for VOAs

18:00–20:00 Banquet (Restaurant “Hananoki”)
November 9 (Wed)
10:00–11:00

Sameer Murthy (Kings College)

Toric sigma models and Appell–Lerch sums

11:30–12:30

Daniel Allcock (University of Texas)

Kac–Moody groups as amalgams

Free Discussion
November 10 (Thu)
10:00–11:00

Masahiko Miyamoto (University of Tsukuba)

C2-cofiniteness of orbifold models for some finite simple groups

11:30–12:30

Anne Taormina (Durham University)

Prelude to reflection: a fresh look at the non-linear sigma model on tetrahedral Kummer K3

Lunch Break
14:30–15:30

Katrin Wendland (Freiburg University)

Reflecting a special K3 theory

16:00–17:00

Yang-Hui He (City University of London)

Congruence Groups, K3 surfaces and Dessins d’Enfants

November 11 (Fri)
10:00–11:00

Michael Tuite (NUI Galway)

N=4 superconformal subalgebras of super vertex operator algebras

11:30–12:30

Geoffrey Mason (University of California, Santa Cruz)

Super conformal field theories defined by odd Niemeier lattices