[ALGTOP-L] Derived algebraic geometry and its interactions - Toulouse, June 12-15 2017

Joan Bellier-Millès joan.milles at math.univ-toulouse.fr
Fri Mar 10 04:56:23 EST 2017


From Bertrand Toën and Michel Vaquié

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Dear all,

This is a second announcement for an upcoming session of the "Research States
of the SMF "about the derived algebraic geometry and its interactions.

This meeting will take place at the IMT of Toulouse (France), from 12 to 15 June 2017, with 
two introductory courses given by 

 Tony Pantev et Gabriele Vezzosi :   Introduction to derived algebraic geometry

    Marco Robalo :   Introduction to infinity-categories

and five mini courses given by 

    David Ben-Zvi :     Derived Algebraic Geometry of Topological Field Theories

    Damien Calaque :        Formal moduli problems and formal derived stacks

    Dominic Joyce:        Derived Differential Geometry

    Etienne Mann et Marco Robalo :       Recent Progresses in Gromov-Witten invariants
                                                              and derived algebraic geometry

    Pavel Safronov :        Shifted Poisson geometry

 The goal of this session is to present some of these recent advances in depth through 
the mini-course format. The introductory courses will allow non-specialists to follow 
presentations. 

Ph. D students and students at the M2 level (Master second year) are especially invited 
to attend. There will be a small number of "grants", mainly intended for graduate students 
or young mathematicians, to cover the accommodation. 

There is no registration fee but registration is required, lunch and the social dinner 
on Tuesday evening are provided to all participants who are registered. 

For more information and to register 

 https://www.math.univ-toulouse.fr/dagit/ <https://www.math.univ-toulouse.fr/dagit/>

best, 

Bertrand Toën and Michel Vaquié
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