|Registration Deadline:||April 27, 2001 over 13 years ago|
|To apply for Funding you must register by:||January 23, 2001 almost 14 years ago|
|Parent Program:||Operator Algebras|
- Abhay Ashtekar
- Teodor Banica
- Paul Baum (Pennsylvania State University)
- Jonathan Block (University of Pennsylvania)
- Henrique Bursztyn
- Frederic Cadet
- Alain Connes (Collège de France)
- Marius Crainic
- José Gracia-Bondia
- Nigel Higson (Pennsylvania State University)
- Pierre Julg
- Jerry Kaminker
- Guennadi Kasparov (Vanderbilt University)
- Dirk Kreimer
- Vincent Lafforgue
- K. Landsman
- John Lott (University of California, Berkeley)
- Toshikazu Natsume
- Ryszard Nest
- Judy Packer (University of Colorado)
- Birant Ramazan
- Jonathan Rosenberg
- Martin Schlichenmaier
- Konrad Schmuedgen
- Albert Schwarz
- Michael Shubin
- Georges Skandalis (Université de Paris VII (Denis Diderot))
- Boris Tsygan
- Harald Upmeier
- Alain Valette (Université de Neuchâtel)
- Joseph Varilly
- Alan Weinstein (University of California, Berkeley)
- Mariusz Wodzicki (University of California, Berkeley)
- Guaoliang Yu
- Alfons van Daele
Non-commutative geometry could be regarded as a special case of quantization, and the work of Connes and his collaborators shows that non-commutative geometry represents the deepest example of quantization. Notions from the more general quantization, including the theory of quantum groups, are having an increasingly important effect on the geometric theory. These two topics have been scheduled in a joint workshop because the confluence of their research is likely to influence future advances in both fields. Probable Participants include: A. Ashtekar, T. Banica, A. Connes, M. Crainic, J. Cuntz, M. Douglas, J. Froehlich, J. Gracia-Bondia, N. Higson, A. Jaffe, G. Kasparov, M. Kontsevich, D. Kreimer, V. Lafforgue, N. Landsman, J. Lott, T. Masuda, H. Moscovici, T. Natsume, R. Neszt, V. Nistor, J. Packer, B. Ramazan, J. Renault, M. Rieffel, J. Roe, J. Rosenberg, M. Schlichenmaier, K. Schmuedgen, A. Schwarz, G. Skandalis, B. Tsygan, J. Tu, H. Upmeier, A. Van Daele, A. Weinstein, M. Wodziki, S. Woronowicz, G. Yu
To apply for funding, you must register by the funding application deadline displayed above.
Students, recent Ph.D.'s, women, and members of underrepresented minorities are particularly encouraged to apply. Funding awards are typically made 6 weeks before the workshop begins. Requests received after the funding deadline are considered only if additional funds become available.
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