Mathematics unit for the Top Global Course is one of the five partner institutions of the GlobalMathNetwork, which was established in August 2017 with the aims of promoting exchange among young researchers.
We are excited to announce to host the second GlobalMathNetwork meeting which brings together researchers from other four partner institutions.
[Date] February 15-16, 2019
[Venue] 127 Conference Room, Faculty of Sciences Building No.3, Kyoto University
Friday, February 15
- Yoshio Tsutsumi (Dept. of Mathematics, Kyoto University)
"Ill-posedness of the third order NLS equation with Raman scattering term"
- Charles Newman (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, NYU)
"Riemann Hypothesis and the DeBruijn-Newman constant"
- Ryoki Fukushima (RIMS, Kyoto University)
"Much ado about random walk range"
Saturday, February 16
- Catharina Stroppel (Hausdorff Center for Mathematics)
"From Kleinian singularities to Khovanov homology"
- Tetsuya Ito (Dept. of Mathematics, Kyoto University)
"(Categorified) braid group representations and Garside normal forms"
- Claude Viterbo (Département de Mathématiques et Applications, ENS)
"Area preserving maps : the symplectic viewpoint"
- Gang Tian (Beijing International Center for Mathematical Research)
"Relative volume comparison along Ricci flow"
- Atsushi Kanazawa (Dept. of Mathematics, Kyoto University)
"Moduli of Calabi-Yau manifolds and mirror symmetry"
- Masaki Tsukamoto (Dept. of Mathematics, Kyoto University)
"How can we transmit dynamical systems by telephone?"