Andrew Wiles Building
University of Oxford
Organizers: Søren Galatius (Copenhagen) and Oscar Randal-Williams (Cambridge)
This workshop will explore recent developments in the cohomology of many examples of moduli spaces, such as the classical moduli space of Riemann surfaces, moduli spaces of graphs or smooth manifolds, or related objects such as arithmetic groups. Talks by leading researchers will provide different perspectives on these spaces, and will explain new connections to homotopy theory and representation theory, new patterns in cohomology, and applications to arithmetic and geometry.
Speakers: Alexander Berglund (Stockholm), Jordan Ellenberg (Wisconscin), Benson Farb (Chicago), Ezra Getzler (Northwestern), Paul Gunnells (U Mass) tbc, Richard Hain (Duke), Alexander Kupers (Harvard), Eduard Looijenga (Utrecht and Tsinghua), Rahul Pandharipande (ETH), Dan Petersen (Stockholm), Andrew Putman (Notre Dame), Steven Sam (UCSD), Orsola Tommasi (Padova), Karen Vogtmann (Warwick), Craig Westerland (Minnesota)
Participation in the workshop is by invitation, but a limited number of additional places is available. To register for the Clay Research Conference or to register interest in a workshop, email Naomi Kraker. Students please also provide a letter of reference from your supervisor.
HOTEL SCAM ALERT: Some speakers may be contacted via email or telephone by Business Management Team, Business Travel Management, or similar. Please be advised that we use no external organizing service. All emails regarding the conference or workshops will be sent by CMI or a workshop organizer. A number of conferences have been targeted, including MPIM who offer this advice.