Symposium on Hodge Theory, Arithmetic and Moduli

  • Start Date: 05/13/2019
  • End Date: 05/17/2019
Location: 

University of British Columbia

Description: 

The broad themes of this conference are Hodge theory, algebraic cycles and the arithmetic of period integrals. Topics of particular interest are compacti cations of images of period maps, hyperkahler manifolds, Hodge theoretic aspects of moduli spaces, recent progress on regulators and height pairings for higher Chow groups and arithmetic aspects of Calabi-Yau manifolds.

 

Speaker List:

 

Patrick Brosnan (University of Maryland)

Humberto Diaz, University of California at Riverside

Charles Doran (University of Alberta)

Patricio Gallardo (Washington University in St. Louis)

Evangelia Gazaki, University of Michigan

Souvik Goswami (Texas A&M University): Arakelov geometry

Matt Kerr (Washington University in St. Louis)

Matilde Lalı́n (Université de Montréal)

Radu Laza (Stony Brook)

James Lewis (University of Alberta)

Gregory Pearlstein (Texas A&M University)

Colleen Robles (Duke University)

Tokio Sasaki (Washington University in St. Louis)

Christian Schnell (Stony Brook)

Zheng Zhang (University of Colorado, Boulder)

Organizers:

Charles Doran, University of Alberta.

Matilde Lalin, Universite de Montreal

James Lewis, University of Alberta.

Matt Kerr, Washington University in St. Louis.

Gregory Pearlstein, Texas A& M University.

Other Information: 

Requests for travel assistance:

There is some funding from the NSF available to non- tenured US participants only. Applicants should try to find alternative sources of funding to complement the amounts they may receive from the event. Priority for funding will go to graduate students, postdocs and those without access to other sources of funding. Women and under-represented minorities are encouraged to apply. If you are requesting for funding, you must have registered for the event by March 13, 2019.

Fill in the request form here

 

Accommodation:

Particpants are free to book their accommodation at a location of their choice. On campus options include: UBC Conferences and St John's College.

 

Registration:

Invited particpants and speakers are required to register for this event through PIMS. Registration is a two step process: you will be required to click to the Login button; create a PIMS account and return to this page and click on the Signup button.

Registration fees are $50CAD