- algebraic-geometric and complex-analytic-geometric aspects of quantization
- geometric quantization and moduli space problems
- asymptotic geometric analysis
- infinite-dimensional geometry
- relations with modern theoretical physics.
This school is an activity in the frame of the International Research Training Group (IRTG) Geometry and Analysis of Symmetries and the GEOQUANT sommer schools. It is jointly organized by the Mathematics Institutes of the Universities Luxembourg , Metz , and Paderborn , in collaboration with the Steklov Mathematical Institute, Moscow, Russia and the Mathematical Institute of the University of Nagoya, Japan.
The topics are directions of ongoing intensive mathematical research. Participants of the school might be interested to attend the related international conference GEOQUANT (Geometry and Quantization), which will take place immediately after the school from September 7 to 11, 2009, also in Luxembourg.
- Jorgen ANDERSEN (Aarhus University, CTQM, Denmark):
Quantization of moduli spaces of bundles and the mapping class group
- Johannes HÜBSCHMANN (University of Lille, France):
Stratified Kähler spaces
- Armen SERGEEV (Steklov Institute, Moscow, Russia):
Quantization of universal Teichmüller space
- Dmitry TALALAEV (Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Moscow, Russia)
Quantum integrable systems and Langlands program
- Tatsuya TATE (University of Nagoya, Japan)
Problems on asymptotic analysis over convex polytopes
- Tilmann WURZBACHER (University of Metz, France):
Geometry of loop spaces
- Weiping ZHANG (Nankai Institute of Mathematics, Tianjing, China)
Analytic aspects of geometric quantization
To be done online on the homepage http://math.uni.lu/geoquant/school of the school
Note that Monday August 31, 2009 is the first day of the school and Saturday September 5, 2009 the last day. Hence count August 30 as arrival day and September 6, as departure day, or as day between the school and conference.
A certain number of fellowships for participants covering local costs will be available. In duly justified cases some contributions towards the travel expenses might be possible.
In case you apply for a fellowship you are asked to register as usual but supply via email to email@example.com in addition the following supporting information:
- a short CV (roughly 1 page)
- a statement (roughly 1/2 page) explaining what is your relation with the subjects of the conference
- if possible, 1 or 2 names of referees
- an estimate how much you could obtain from other sources.
We expect to be able to decide on the fellowships the latest in May.
Scientific Organization Committee:
Joachim HILGERT (University of Paderborn, Germany),
Martin SCHLICHENMAIER (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
Tilmann WURZBACHER (University of Metz, France)
with the participation of
Ryoichi KOBAYASHI (Nagoya University, Japan),
Armen SERGEEV (Steklov Mathematical Institute, Moscow, Russia).
Oleg SHEINMAN (Steklov Mathematical Institute, Moscow, Russia).
University of Luxembourg, Mathematics Research Unit
University Paul Verlaine, Metz, LMAM
IRTG Geometry and Analysis of Symmetries, Paderborn-Metz
ESF Research Networking Programme Harmonic and Complex Analysis and Applications (HCAA).
Additional travel funds are expected from the sources of the Steklov Mathematical Institute, Moscow, and from Japanese funds.
Further information can be obtained from
Prof. Dr. Martin Schlichenmaier, University of Luxembourg,
website of the conference: math.uni.lu