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BPS states, topological recursion, exact WKB and abelianisation

25-28 of November 2019
Hamburg

Recent progress in the study of BPS states in string theory and in supersymmetric field theories, as well as on the theory of topological recursion, gives hints towards profound connections with the exact WKB method from the mathematical study of differential equations with a large parameter, and the abelianisation of flat connections on Riemann surfaces. The goals of our workshop are to bring together some leading experts in the field to stimulate the interactions between these lines of research, and to introduce young researchers and PhD students to attractive topics of current research with a rich potential for further developments.

List of speakers:

Dylan Allegretti
Jorgen Andersen
Anna Barbieri
Gaetan Borot
Tom Bridgeland
Ioana Coman
Bertrand Eynard
Alba Grassi*
Albrecht Klemm
Pietro Longhi
Marcos Marino*
Gregory Moore*
Motohico Mulase
Andy Neitzke
Johannes Walcher
*to be confirmed

Registration:

Please fill out this form to register.
The deadline for registration is 18 October 2018.

Venue:

The workshop will take place in the auditorium (building 61) on the Bahrenfeld Campus of the University of Hamburg (DESY compound), Luruper Chaussee 149. The closest bus station is Luruper Chaussee (DESY) on metro bus # M2. You can find more information on how to get there as well as a map of the DESY campus here.

Accommodations:

Participants of the workshop are kindly asked to arrange their accommodation on their own. Here is a list of some hotels.

Organizers:

Murad Alim, Jörg Teschner

Administrative support:

Gerda Mierswa Silva, Heike Wessling


If you have any questions or special needs, please feel free to contact the organizers at bps2019.math [at] lists [dot] uni-hamburg [dot] de.

Sponsored by:
Research Training Group 1670 Quantum Universe
Deutsche
                Forschungsgemeinschaft Fachbereich Mathematik DESY ZMP Universität Hamburg


 
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