Kyoto UniversitySGU
The 2nd KTGU Mathematics Workshop for Young Researchers



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KTGU stands for our “Kyoto Top Global University” Project, and this workshop is aimed to facilitate communications between outstanding young international scholars and the local graduate students / postdocs in Kyoto University.

The one-day workshop will consist of a plenary talk followed by invited seminars in divided sessions according to different fields of mathematics, and a poster session from local students. Visitors are also expected to stay in Kyoto University for a week to hold discussions with local researchers.

Yoshinori Namikawa, Kaoru Ono, Ken Abe, Ivan Ip
February 20, 2017
Department of Mathematics, Building no. 3,
Kyoto University (North Campus)

Plenary Speaker:
Yuji Odaka Kyoto University, Japan
Invited Overseas Visitors (Period of Stay)
Number Theory
Kęstutis Česnavičius UC Berkeley, USA (2/19 - 3/2)
Yunqing Tang IAS, USA (2/20 - 2/26)
Adam Topaz University of Oxford, UK (2/20 - 2/24)
Representation Theory
Sachin Gautam Ohio State University, USA (2/19 - 2/25)
Jiuzu Hong UNC Chapel Hill, USA (2/19 - 2/25)
Differential Geometry
Georgios Dimitroglou Rizell Uppsala University, Sweden (2/12 - 2/22)
Yanli Song Dartmouth College, USA (2/19 - 2/25)
Probability Theory
Erich Baur ÉNS de Lyon, France (2/17 - 2/28)
Manuel Cabezas Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (2/16 - 2/22)
Irmina Czarna University of Wrocław, Poland (2/11 - 2/21)

For inquiries please contact Prof. Yoshinori Namikawa at  namikawa (at)

Supported by Kyoto University Top Global Project "Japan Gateway Program".