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 Workshop series on specral data:
"Current trends on spectral data
for Higgs bundles"

  
Run in cooperation with the Association of Women in Mathematics.

Current trends on spectral data
for Higgs bundles VI

July 6-10, 2020

University of Illinois at Chicago

Higgs bundles and their spectral data have had applications in different research areas of mathematics and physics. This fifth workshop in the series is intended to bring young researchers in the area to highlight advances in their research, and inspire new perspectives from which to study Higgs bundles and its applications. The speakers will include:

Camilla Felisetti (Geneva)
Laura Fredrickson (Stanford)
Dami Lee (Washington)
Marina Logares (Madrid)
Ruxandra Moraru (Waterloo)*
Olivia Dumitrescu (Michigan State)
Steve Rayan (Saskatchewan) 
Steve Bradlow (UIUC)* 

There will also be two mini-courses by
Vicky Hoskins and Monica Jinwoo Kang

Current trends on spectral data
for Higgs bundles V

May 25-26 2019

Simons Center for Geometry and Physics

Higgs bundles and their spectral data have had applications in different research areas of mathematics and physics. This fifth  workshop in the series is intended to bring young researchers in the area to highlight advances in their research, and inspire new perspectives from which to study Higgs bundles and its applications. The speakers will include:

• Emily Cliff, UIUC, USA.
• Eloise Hamilton, Oxford, UK
•Yu-Chien Huang, MIT, USA 
• Sara Maloni, Virginia, USA.
• Natalie Paquette, Caltech, USA. 
• Steve Rayan, Saskatoon, Canada.
• Inder Kaur, IMPA, Brazil.

Support provided by the SCGP, and Laura Schaposnik's
NSF grant DMS-1509693, NSF CAREER Award DMS 1749013:
and UIC' Start-Up funds


Current trends on spectral data
for Higgs bundles IV

November 17-18 2018

Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford

Higgs bundles and their spectral data have had applications in different research areas of mathematics and physics. This fourth  workshop in the series   is intended to bring young researchers in the area to highlight advances in their research, and inspire new perspectives from which to study Higgs bundles and its applications. The speakers will include:

• Qiongling Li, Caltech/Aarhus, USA/Denmark.
• Sara Maloni, Virginia, USA.
• Camilla Felisetti, Bologna, Italy.
• Victoria Hoskins, FU Berlin, Germany.
• Nigel Hitchin, Oxford, UK.
• Monica Kang, Harvard, USA.
• Sergei Gukov, Caltech, USA.
• Eloise Hamilton, Oxford, UK

Support provided by the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, and Laura Schaposnik's NSF grant DMS-1509693, NSF CAREER Award DMS 1749013: and UIC' Start-Up funds


Current trends on spectral data
for Higgs bundles III

University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC)

November 13-14, 2017

Higgs bundles and their spectral data have had applications in different research areas of mathematics and physics. This third  workshop in the series was intended to bring young researchers in the area to highlight advances in their research, and inspire new perspectives from which to study Higgs bundles and its applications. The speakers were:

Olivia Dumitrescu, Michigan State, USA. •
Camilla Felisetti, Bologna, Italy. •
Laura Fredrickson, Stanford, USA. •
Qiongling Li, QGM & Caltech, Denmark & USA. •
Ngo Bao Chau, University of Chicago, USA • .
Eric Zaslow, Northwestern University, USA. •
 

Current trends on spectral data
for Higgs bundles II

Simons Center for Geometry and Physics
Stony Brooke, New York, USA.

June 11-12, 2016

Higgs bundles and their spectral data have had applications in different research areas of mathematics and physics. This second  workshop in the series was intended to bring young researchers in the area to highlight advances in their research, and inspire new perspectives from which to study Higgs bundles and its applications. The speakers were:

• Laura Fredrickson, The University of Texas at Austin, USA.
• Victoria Hoskins, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany.
• Alessia Mandini, PUC, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
• Sara Maloni, Brown University, USA.
• Daniele Alessandrini, University of Heidelberg, Germany.
• Arielle Leitner, Technion, Israel.
• Qiongling Li, QGM Aarhus & Caltech, Denmark & US

This workshop was co-organized with Lara Anderson.

Current trends on spectral data
for Higgs bundles I

American Institute of Mathematics,
Palo Alro, California, USA.

September 25-27, 2015 

Higgs bundles and their spectral data have had applications in different research areas of mathematics and physics. This first workshop in the series was intended to bring young researchers in the area to highlight advances in their research, and inspire new perspectives from which to study Higgs bundles and its applications. The speakers were:

Lara Anderson, Virginia Tech, USA. •
Lucas Branco, University of Oxford, UK. •
Olivia Dumitrescu, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany. •
Laura Fredrickson, The University of Texas at Austin, USA. •
Victoria Hoskins, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany. •
Marina Logares, ICMAT, Spain. •
Alessia Mandini, PUC, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. •
Ana Peón-Nieto, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, Germany. •

Organized By:


Laura Schaposnik


With support from: 


  • NSF DMS 1107452, 1107263, 1107367 "RNMS: GEometric structures And Representation varieties" (the GEAR Network);
  • Prof. L.P. Schaposnik's UIC Start up grant. 
  • The American Institute of Mathematics.
  • The Simons Center for Geometry and Physics.