Strings and Mathematics 2003 IGA workshop

IGA Workshop
"Strings and Mathematics 2003"

26-28 May 2003

Venue :
Monday 26th May 2003, Maths. blg. Room 203a (all day)
Tuesday 27th May 2003, Maths. blg. Room 112 (morning session)
Tuesday 27th May 2003, Eng. and Maths. blg. Room EMG06 (afternoon session)
Wednesday 28th May 22003, Eng. and Maths. blg. Room EMG06 (morning session)
Wednesday 28th May 2003, Maths. blg. Room G05 (afternoon session)
For the location of the Maths. blg., see E10 on the university map.
For the location of the Eng. and Maths. blg., see D11 on the university map.

Organizers :

Peter Bouwknegt,
Mathai Varghese,

Speakers :

Michael Eastwood (University of Adelaide)
Jarah Evslin (University of Pisa, Italy)
Simon Gindikin (Rutgers University, New Brunswick, USA)
Stuart Johnson (University of Adelaide)
Michael Murray (University of Adelaide)
Hisham Sati (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA)
Eric Sharpe (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champagne, USA)
Danny Stevenson (University of Adelaide)

Titles and abstracts of talks :

Schedule of talks :

Overview of what the workshop is about :

String Theory is arguably the most exciting research area in modern mathematical physics. Prolific research is being carried out in String Theory world-over. String Theory is known to the general public as the "Theory Of Everything", thanks to its great success in unifying Relativity and Quantum Field Theory, yielding a theory of Quantum Gravity.The impact of String Theory is not just felt in physics, but also in modern mathematics. It has profound connections with a broad spectrum of modern mathematics, including algebraic geometry, differential geometry, noncommutative geometry, K-theory, index theory and representation theory. Research in String Theory has created several interesting open problems both in this rapidly developing field, and in the related areas of modern mathematics.

For students :

Both of the organisers and some other staff in Adelaide, have projects related to String Theory for interested PhD or Honours students who would like to do research here in Adelaide. Amongst the talks will be some expository lectures, for students in both mathematics and mathematical physics, at the level of beginning postgraduate students. Reasonable financial support is available for interstate students.

Accommodation :

Contact one of the organizers to help arrange your accommodation for the workshop.

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