COVID-19 information for PI Residents and Visitors
Thursday, March 22, 2018
Time |
Event |
Location |
9:00 – 9:30am |
Registration |
Reception |
9:30 – 10:30am |
Edward Witten, Institute for Advanced Study |
Sky Room |
10:30 – 11:00am |
Coffee Break |
Bistro – 1^{st} Floor |
11:00 – 12:00pm |
Dima Arinkin, University of Wisconsin-Madison |
Sky Room |
12:00 – 2:00pm |
Lunch |
Bistro – 2^{nd} Floor |
2:00 – 3:00pm |
Davide Gaiotto, Perimeter Institute |
Sky Room |
3:00 – 3:30pm |
Coffee Break |
Bistro – 1^{st} Floor |
3:30 – 5:00pm |
Discussion 1 |
Sky Room |
6:00pm onwards |
Banquet |
Bistro – 2^{nd} Floor |
Time |
Event |
Location |
9:30 – 10:30am |
Sam Raskin, University of Chicago |
Sky Room |
10:30 – 11:00am |
Coffee Break |
Bistro – 1^{st} Floor |
11:00 – 12:00pm |
Discussion 2 |
Sky Room |
12:00 – 2:00pm |
Lunch |
Bistro – 2^{nd} Floor |
2:00 – 3:00pm |
Dennis Gaitsgory, Harvard University |
Sky Room |
3:00 – 3:30pm |
Coffee Break |
Bistro – 1^{st} Floor |
3:30 – 5:00pm |
Discussion 3 |
Sky Room |
Saturday, March 24, 2018
Time |
Event |
Location |
9:30 – 10:30am |
Tomoyuki Arakawa, Kyoto University |
Sky Room |
10:30 – 11:00am |
Coffee Break |
Bistro – 1^{st} Floor |
11:00 – 12:00pm |
Discussion 4 |
Sky Room |
12:00 – 2:00pm |
Lunch |
Bistro – 1^{st} Floor |
2:00 – 3:00pm |
Hiraku Nakajima, Kyoto University |
Sky Room |
3:00 – 3:30pm |
Coffee Break |
Bistro – 1^{st} Floor |
3:30 – 4:30pm |
Alexander Braverman, Perimeter Institute & University of Toronto |
Sky Room |
4:30 - 5:30pm | Discussion 5 | Sky Room |
Tomoyuki Arakawa, Kyoto University
On recent development of representation theory of W-algebras and related topics
Dima Arinkin, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Overview of the global Langlands correspondence
In this talk, I plan to review the global Langlands correspondence in the de Rham setting. The focus will be on the `big picture': the formulation of the correspondence, its expected properties, and possible approaches towards its proof.
Alexander Braverman, Perimeter Institute & University of Toronto
Vertex algebras from holomorphically twisted 3d theories and quasi-classical limit of geometric Langlands duality
Davide Gaiotto, Perimeter Institute
Gauge theory, vertex algebras and quantum Geometric Langland dualities
I will review the gauge theory setup relevant for quantum Geometric Langland applications, the relation to vertex algebras and some conjectural mathematical implications.
Dennis Gaitsgory, Harvard University
The Master Chiral Algebra
Hiraku Nakajima, Kyoto University
Ring objects in the equivariant derived Satake category and 3d N=4 QFT
The mathematical definition of Coulomb branches of 3d N=4 gauge theories gives ring objects in the equivariant derived Satake category. We have another fundamental example of a ring object, namely the regular sheaf. It corresponds to the 3d N=4 QFT T[G], studied by Gaiotto-Witten. We also have operations on ring objects, corresponding to products, restrictions, Coulomb/Higgs gauging in the `category' of 3d N=4 QFT's. Thus we conjecture that arbitrary 3d N=4 QFT with G-symmetry gives rise a ring object in the derived Satake for G.
Sam Raskin, University of Chicago
Introduction to local geometric Langlands
Edward Witten, Institute for Advanced Study
Gauge Theory, Geometric Langlands, and All That
The mathematical definition of Coulomb branches of 3d N=4 gauge theories gives ring objects in the equivariant derived Satake category. We have another fundamental example of a ring object, namely the regular sheaf. It corresponds to the 3d N=4 QFT T[G], studied by Gaiotto-Witten. We also have operations on ring objects, corresponding to products, restrictions, Coulomb/Higgs gauging in the `category' of 3d N=4 QFT's. Thus we conjecture that arbitrary 3d N=4 QFT with G-symmetry gives rise a ring object in the derived Satake for G.
I will review the gauge theory setup relevant for quantum Geometric Langland applications, the relation to vertex algebras and some conjectural mathematical implications.
In this talk, I plan to review the global Langlands correspondence in the de Rham setting. The focus will be on the `big picture': the formulation of the correspondence, its expected properties, and possible approaches towards its proof.
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