Workshop
Linking noncommutative rings and algebraic geometry
Jun 19, 2017 - Jun 23, 2017
ICMS, 15 South College Street
Organisers
Name | Institution |
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Bell, Jason | Univeristy of Waterloo |
Sierra, Susan | University of Edinburgh |
Spenko, Spela | Vrije Universiteit Brussels |
Zhang, James | University of Washington |
It has been repeatedly demonstrated over the past 25 years that there are subtle and powerful connections between noncommutative algebra and algebraic geometry. In the past few years, this has achieved new power. Geometric methods were crucial to recent progress on the longstanding problem of whether the enveloping algebra of an infinite-dimensional Lie algebra can be noetherian. There are important recent results on transcendental division rings, on noncommutative resolutions of singularities, and on categorical methods relating noncommutative and commutative rings. This workshop will bring together established leaders and younger researchers in noncommutative algebraic geometry to share recent developments and to forge new connections.
Invited speakers at this workshop:
Gwyn Bellamy, University of Glasgow
Raf Bocklandt, University of Amsterdam
Ragnar Buchweitz, University of Toronto
Alex Chirvasitu, University of Washington
Eleonore Faber, University of Michigan
Joe Karmazyn, University of Edinburgh
Wendy Lowen, Universiteit Antwerpen
Izuru Mori, Shizuoka University
Cris Negron, MIT
Dmitri Orlov, Steklov Institute
Alexey Petukhov, University of Manchester
Theo Raedschelders, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Dan Rogalski, University of California, San Diego
S Paul Smith, University of Washington
Agata Smoktunowicz, University of Edinburgh
Toby Stafford, University of Manchester
Michel Van den Bergh, Hasselt University
Chelsea Walton, Temple University
Michael Wemyss, University of Glasgow
Group photos of delegates are on our Flickr pages.
The organizers of the workshop gratefully acknowledge the financial support of The Glasgow Mathematical Journal Trust.
Arrangements
Participation
Invited participants should have received an invitation to register by email from ICMS. There is a public application form (top right of this page) for anyone else who wishes to attend.
Venue
The workshop will be held at ICMS, 15 South College Street, Edinburgh.
Talks and Audio/Visiual Equipment
All lectures will be held in the Newhaven Lecture Theatre. The lecture theatre has a built in computer, data projector, and visualiser/document camera. In addition, there are two blackboards. The projector and one board may be used simultaneously. We advise Speakers that, where possible, you bring your talk on a memory stick/USB to put onto our computer in advance of your session - either at the start of the day or during coffee/lunch breaks. ICMS staff can help with this. It is possible for you to use your own laptops but it is then your own responsibility to ensure that resolutions are changed on the laptops if necessary (ICMS will not change the resolution on our equipment). If you use a MAC we expect you to bring your own adaptor.
UK Visas
If you are travelling from overseas you may require an entry visa. A European visa does not guarantee entry to the UK. Please use this link to the UK Visas site to find out if you need a visa and if so how to apply for one.
Travel
Information about travel to the UK and Edinburgh is available here.
Please note that it is your responsibility to have adequate travel insurance to cover medical and other emergencies that may occur on your trip.
A taxi directly from the airport will cost approximately 20.00 to 25.00 GBP to the city centre for a one-way journey. There is also a bus service direct from the airport to the city centre which will cost 4.50 GBP single or 7.50 GBP return - the Airlink 100. This is a frequent service (every 10 minutes during peak times) and will bring you close to Waverley Railway Station, and the workshop venue (see map in 'Venue' section above).
Lothian buses charge £1.60 for a single, £4.00 for a day ticket. Please note that the exact fare is required and no change is given.
If travelling by train, please note that Edinburgh has several railway stations - Waverley Railway Station being the main station and closest to the workshop venue at 15 South College Street. If you alight at Edinburgh Waverley, the workshop venue is an easy 10 minute walk over North and South Bridge. The second large railway station is called Haymarket and is at the West End of the city centre. Please be aware that there is also an Edinburgh Park railway station but this is at the west side of the city some way from the city centre. For ICMS, use Edinburgh Waverley.
Registration Fee
A registration fee of 100 GBP is payable by all participants (excluding Organisers). Payment can be made on arrival at ICMS - at Registration we will accept cash, credit/debit card payments and sterling cheques (payable to “Heriot-Watt University”). Unfortunately, we do not yet have an on-line payment system at ICMS.
Accommodation
ICMS will organise accommodation for invited participants.
Catering
The workshop grant will cover refreshments throughout the event and lunch on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. There will be an informal wine reception on the Monday evening and the workshop dinner on the Thursday evening.
Wireless Access
Access to wifi via Eduroam is available throughout the building. If you are not registered with Eduroam you will be given instructions and a code for accessing the wireless network. For those without laptops, there will also be a couple of computers available for you to check your emails.
Programme
Monday 19 June 2017
09.00-10.00 | Registration in the Chapterhouse, Level 1, with coffee |
10.00-11.00 | Michel Van den Bergh (University of Hasselt) |
11.00-11.30 | Coffee/Tea in the Chapterhouse |
11.30-12.30 | Daniel Chan (University of New South Wales) |
12.30-14.00 | Lunch provided in the Chapterhouse |
14.00-15.00 | Agata Smoktunowicz (University of Edinburgh) |
15.00-15.30 | Coffee/Tea in the Chapterhouse |
15.30-16.30 | Joe Karmazyn (University of Sheffield) |
16.30-18.00 | Informal wine reception in the Chapterhouse, level 1 |
Tuesday 20 June 2017
09.15-10.15 | Mini-presentations: 5 minute “taster talks” |
10.15-10.30 | Discussion |
10.30-11.00 | Theo Raedschelders (Free University of Brussels) |
11.00-11.30 | Coffee/Tea in the Chapterhouse |
11.30-12.30 | Gwyn Bellamy (University of Glasgow) |
12.30-14.00 | Lunch provided in the Chapterhouse |
14.00-15.00 | Chelsea Walton (Temple University) |
15.00-15.30 | Coffee/Tea in the Chapterhouse |
15.30-16.30 | Alexey Petukhov (University of Manchester) |
16.30-17.30 | Raf Bocklandt (University of Amsterdam) |
Wednesday 21 June 2017
9.15-10.15 | Toby Stafford (University of Manchester) |
10.15-10.30 | Discussion |
10.30-11.00 | Dennis Presotto (University of Hasselt) |
11.00-11.30 | Coffee/Tea in the Chapterhouse |
11.30-12.30 | Dan Rogalski (University of California, San Diego) |
12.30 onwards | Free afternoon |
Thursday 22 June 2017
9.15-10.15 | Paul Smith (University of Washington) |
10.15-10.30 | Discussion |
10.30-11.00 | Siân Fryer (University of California Santa Barbara) |
11.00-11.30 | Coffee/Tea in the Chapterhouse |
11.30-12.30 | Izuru Mori (Shizuoka University) |
12.30-2.00 | Lunch provided in the Chapterhouse |
2.00-3.00 | Alexei Bondal (Steklov Mathematical Institute) |
3.00-3.30 | Coffee/Tea in the Chapterhouse |
3.30-4.30 | Wendy Lowen (Universiteit Antwerpen) |
Workshop dinner at Blonde Restaurant |
Friday 23 June 2017
9.00-10.00 | Ragnar Buchweitz (University of Toronto Scarborough) |
10.00-11.00 | Cris Negron (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) |
11.00-11.30 | Coffee/Tea in the Chapterhouse |
11.30-12.30 | Michael Wemyss (University of Glasgow) |
12.30 | Close of workshop |
Presentations:
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Bellamy, Gwyn | |
Counting symplectic resolutions of quotient singularities | |
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Bocklandt, Rafael | |
Local quivers and Morita theory for matrix factorizations | |
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Bondal, Alexei | |
Categorification of non-commutative deformations | |
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Buchweitz, Ragnar-Olaf | |
Tilting objects in singularity categories | |
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Chan, Daniel | |
Moduli stacks of Serre stable representations | |
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Fryer, Sian | |
Separating ore sets for prime ideals of quantum algebras | |
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Karmazyn, Joseph | |
Noncommutative algebras and universal flops. | |
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Lowen, Wendy | |
On tensor products of Grothendieck and triangulated categories | |
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Mori, Izuru | |
A categorical characterization of a quantum projective space | |
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Negron, Cris | |
The derived Picard group of an affine Azumaya algebra | |
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Petukhov, Alexey | |
Poisson ideals and Witt algebra | |
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Presotto, Dennis | |
Relating two constructions of a noncommutative Hirzebruch surface | |
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Raedschelders, Theo | |
The Frobenius morphism in invariant theory | |
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Rogalski, Daniel | |
Closed and well-closed subschemes of quasi-schemes | |
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Smith, Paul | |
Exotic elliptic algebras | |
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Smoktunowicz, Agata | |
Some results on set-theoretic solutions of the Yang-Baxter equation | |
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Stafford, Toby | |
Non-commutative minimal surfaces | |
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van den Bergh, Michel | |
Higher Sklyanin algebras for singular geometric data. | |
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Walton, Chelsea | |
Poisson Geometry of 3-dimensional Sklyanin algebras | |
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Wemyss, Michael | |
Faithful actions of fundamental groups on derived categories | |
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Participants
Name | Institution |
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Alev, Jacques | University of Reims |
August, Jenny | University of Edinburgh |
Bayer, Arend | University of Edinburgh |
Beentjes, Sjoerd | University of Edinburgh |
Bellamy, Gwyn | University of Glasgow |
Belmans, Pieter | University of Antwerp |
Bischoff, Francis | University of Toronto |
Bocklandt, Rafael | University of Amsterdam |
Bodzenta, Agnieszka | University of Edinburgh |
Bondal, Alexei | Steklov Mathematical Institute/Higher School of Economics |
Booth, Matt | University of Edinburgh |
Brown, Ken A | University of Glasgow |
Buchweitz, Ragnar-Olaf | University of Toronto Scarborough |
Chan, Daniel | University of New South Wales |
Couto, Miguel | University of Glasgow |
Crawford, Simon | University of Edinburgh |
De Laet, Kevin | University of Antwerp |
Fryer, Sian | University of California Santa Barbara |
Giaquinto, Anthony | Loyola University Chicago |
Goodearl, Ken | University of California at Santa Barbara |
Gordon, Iain | University of Edinburgh |
Hemelaer, Jens | University of Antwerp |
Hipwood, Dominic | University of Manchester |
Hodges, Tim | National Science Foundation |
Ingalls, Colin | University of New Brunswick |
Iyudu, Natalia | University of Edinburgh |
Kalck, Martin | University of Edinburgh |
Kanda, Ryo | Osaka University/University of Washington |
Karmazyn, Joseph | University of Sheffield |
Kirkman, Ellen | Wake Forest University |
Kosta, Dimitra | University of Glasgow |
Krähmer, Ulrich | Technische Universität Dresden |
Launois, Stéphane | University of Kent |
Lecoutre, Cesar | University of Kent |
Lenagan, Tom | University of Edinburgh |
Lowen, Wendy | Universiteit Antwerpen |
Mkrtchyan, Anna | The University of Edinburgh |
Mori, Izuru | Shizuoka University |
Negron, Cris | Massachusetts Institute of Technology |
Nyman, Adam | Western Washington University |
Petukhov, Alexey | University of Manchester |
Presotto, Dennis | University of Hasselt |
Pym, Brent | University of Edinburgh |
Raedschelders, Theo | Free University of Brussels (VUB) |
Reynolds, Ruth | University of Edinburgh |
Rezaee, Fatemeh | University of Edinburgh |
Rizzardo, Alice | University of Edinburgh |
Rogalski, Daniel | University of California, San Diego |
Rogers, Alexandra | University of Kent |
Sierra, Susan | University of Edinburgh |
Smith, Paul | University of Washington |
Smoktunowicz, Agata | University of Edinburgh |
Spenko, Spela | Vrije Universiteit Brussels |
Stafford, Toby | University of Manchester |
Stanciu, Ioan | University of Oxford |
Tabiri, Angela | University of Glasgow |
van den Bergh, Michel | University of Hasselt |
Vancliff, Michaela | University of Texas at Arlington |
Walton, Chelsea | Temple University |
Wemyss, Michael | University of Glasgow |
Wicks, Elizabeth | University of Washington |
Won, Robert | Wake Forest University |
Wong, Liang Ze | University of Washington |
Zhang, James | University of Washington |