Stony Brook 2017
This AGNES workshop is preceded by the 6th Stony Brook mini-school in geometry, on Friday April 21. The conference is funded by the NSF and Stony Brook Algebraic Geometry Fund. The conference site is generously provided by the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics. For more information about Stony Brook, see the Stony Brook Algebraic Geometry Portal. Organizers: Samuel Grushevsky, Christian Schnell, Jason Starr.Past participants: please fill our feedback form!
Registration: is now closed.
Poster: please take a look here, and feel free to post.
Lev Borisov (Rutgers University)
Olivier Debarre (École normale supérieure/Duke)
Hiraku Nakajima (Kyoto University)
Mihai Paun (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Raman Parimala (Emory University)
Karl Schwede (University of Utah)
Behrouz Taji (Northwestern University/Freiburg)
Julianna Tymoczko (Smith College)
Abstracts: see here.
List of participants: available here.
Videos: click on the speaker's name or "pre-talk" to access.
Friday, April 21
Saturday, April 22
Sunday, April 23
Conference Hotel: The participants will be staying at the Hilton Garden Inn on Stony Brook campus, an easy walking distance from the Simons Center.
Parking: The main parking lot on Stony Brook's campus available for conference participants is the "H lot"; the large lot near the Earth and Space Sciences building. It is in the middle of the right side of B4 on the following parking map. Parking in this lot is free and permitted to all on Friday after 4pm and all day Saturday and Sunday. There are also a limited number of spots available in the parking lot immediately adjoining the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, which requires an access code for entry. Please contact the organizers if you are interested in parking in one of these spots.
Financial support: We will try to cover travel costs for everyone (excluding air fares), with preference given to junior participants. Graduate students applying to participate in their first AGNES should ask their advisor to send a short e-mail of support (one paragraph) to one of the organizers.
About AGNES: AGNES is a series of weekend workshops in algebraic geometry. One of our goals is to introduce graduate students to a broad spectrum of current research in algebraic geometry. AGNES is held twice a year at the participating universities in the Northeast.