Berkeley-Tokyo Summer School "Geometry, Representation Theory, and Mathematical Physics"

August 21 - August 30, 2017

University of California, Berkeley

Venue :
Room 740, Evans Hall for August 21 and 22
Room 375, Le Conte Hall for August 23 - 30

About the Summer School
This Summer School will be held in the framework of the Project for Strategic Partnership
UC Berkeley / UTokyo.

August 21 - August 25, Lecture series
The lecture will be started at 13:15 on August 21.
For the other days the lectures will be held between 10:00 and 17:00

August 28 - August 30, Student seminar

Lecturers :
Andrea D'Agnolo (University of Padova)
Dmitry Galakhov (University of California, Berkeley)
Akishi Ikeda (IPMU, University of Tokyo)
Tatsuki Kuwagaki (University of Tokyo)
Viktor Ostrik (University of Oregon)
Vivek Shende (University of California, Berkeley)
Andrey Smirnov (University of California, Berkeley)
Dmitry Tonkonog (University of California, Berkeley)
Kazushi Ueda (University of Tokyo)
Michael Viscardi (University of California, Berkeley)
Masahito Yamazaki (IPMU, University of Tokyo)

Schedule :
1st week
2nd week

Talk titles :
Andrea D'Agnolo : On the Riemann-Hilbert correspondence
Dmitry Galakhov : Spectral covers and wall-crossing in 4d and 2d systems
Akishi Ikeda : Spaces of stability conditions on the Calabi-Yau categories associated with quivers
Tatsuki Kuwagaki : An introduction to the coherent-constructible correspondence
Viktor Ostrik : Affine branching laws and tensor categories
Vivek Shende : (1) Fukaya cosheaves
(2) Mirror symmetry for very affine varieties
Andrey Smirnov : Integrable systems and quantum geometry
Dmitry Tonkonog : Mutations of Lagrangian tori
Kazushi Ueda : Dimer models and homological mirror symmetry
Michael Viscardi : Quantum cohomology and 3D mirror symmetry
Masahito Yamazaki : Integrability lattice models from four-dimensional gauge theory


Organizing Committee :
Akishi Kato, Toshitake Kohno, Nicolai Reshetikhin, Andrey Smirnov

Supported by
Top Global University Project, MEXT, Japan
Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO)
Leading Graduate Course for Frontiers of Mathematical Sciences and Physics (FMSP)