|Registration Deadline:||February 27, 2004 about 17 years ago|
|To apply for Funding you must register by:||November 23, 2003 over 17 years ago|
- Fabrizio Catanese (Universität Bayreuth)
- Sergey Finashin
- S. Friedland
- Patrick Gilmer
- Ilia Itenberg
- Igor Kalinin
- Maxim Kazarian
- Sergei Kazarian
- Henry King
- János Kollár (Princeton University)
- Frédéric Mangolte
- Clinton McCrory (University of Georgia)
- Grigory Mikhalkin (Université de Genève)
- Dmitry Novikov
- Stepan Orevkov
- Semen Podkorytov
- Timur Sadykov
- Vyacheslav Sedykh
- Boris Shapiro (Royal Institute of Technology)
- Eugenii Shustin
- Margaret Symington
- Avgust Tsikh
- Joost van Hamel
- Claude Viterbo (École Normale Supérieure)
- Jean-Yves Welschinger
The topological study of real algebraic varieties originated in work of Harnack, Klein, and Hilbert in the late 19th century on real algebraic plane curves. Current interest involves many different, but interacting topics including real algebraic varieties in higher dimensions, real J-holomorphic curves and real symplectic geometry, enumerative real algebraic geometry, constructions of varieties with prescribed topology, amoebas, and tropical algebraic geometry. The aim of the workshop is to highlight these developments under the general title of Topology and geometry of real algebraic varieties. A (preliminary) list of invited speakers includes:
- F. Catanese (Bayreuth)
- A. Eremenko (Purdue)
- C. Viterbo (Orsay)
- C. McCrory (Athens, GA)
- G. Mikhalkin (Salt Lake City, St.Petersburg)
- S. Orevkov (Toulouse)
- M. Passare (Stockholm)
- J. Welschinger (Lyon)
The conference will also include shorter talks by others.Show less
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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Feb 23, 2004