The aim of this conference is to join together international experts and young researchers alike, with a view on exploring noncommutative geometry in its many varied incarnations. Particular emphasis is placed on the vast range of topics cultivated and enriched by Michel Van den Bergh, who we join in celebrating Kanreki in 2020. Because of the pandemic we have postponed this event to 2022.
The main conference will be held September 12–16 2022 (in a hybrid form).
The deadline for in-person registration is Sunday July 17. There will be a small registration fee of 20 euros to be paid when participating in-person.
We will also livestream the talks for online participants.
List of speakers
- Denis Auroux (Harvard University)
- Roman Bezrukavnikov * (MIT)
- Damien Calaque (University of Montpellier)
- Marco Gualtieri * (University of Toronto)
- Dmitry Kaledin (Steklov Mathematical Institute)
- Mikhail Kapranov (Yale University)
- Bernhard Keller (Paris Diderot University)
- Alexander Kuznetsov (Steklov Mathematical Institute)
- Amnon Neeman (Australian National University)
- Dmitri Orlov * (Steklov Mathematical Institute)
- Tony Pantev (University of Pennsylvania)
- Alexander Perry (University of Michigan)
- Alexander Polishchuk (University of Oregon)
- Alice Rizzardo (University of Liverpool)
- Sue Sierra (University of Edinburgh)
- Toby Stafford (University of Manchester)
- Catharina Stroppel (University of Bonn)
- Gonçalo Tabuada (University of Warwick)
- Gabriele Vezzosi * (University of Firenze)
- Michael Wemyss (University of Glasgow)
* to be confirmed
A halfway event
On 20 September 2021 we organised an online halfway event. More information, including YouTube videos and seminar notes can be found there.
If you have any questions you can contact the organisers on email@example.com,
The conference is supported through the European Research Council (ERC) grant no. FHiCuNCAG, the Research Foundation Flanders (FWO), Compositio and the University of Antwerp