Homological Methods in Algebraic Geometry

University of Wisconsin, Madison, April 12-13, 2014 

A conference devoted to recent developments in the use of homological methods in algebraic geometry will be held at the University of Wisconsin, April 12-13, 2014.

There will also be a poster session for graduate students to present their work. This will be a great opportunity for students to interact with each other and other participants.

Please register for the conference by clicking the registration link on the left. The deadline for registering is March 12.  Registrations after that date may not be considered for lodging and reimbursement. Check out the Travel and Lodging links for more important information.  We currently project the ability to reimburse most travel and lodging expenses.  For specific information regarding funding, check out the Reimbursement link.  The picture is a 3D projection of a hypersurface in the quintic 3-fold, courtesy of Wikipedia.

Invited Speakers

  • Benjamin Antieau, University of Washington
  • Sheng-Fu Chiu, Northwestern University
  • Owen Gwilliam, University of California, Berkeley
  • Tony Pantev, University of Pennsylvania
  • Anatoly Preygel, University of California, Berkeley
  • Nick Rozenblyum, Northwestern University
  • Boris Tsygan, Northwestern University
  • Junwu Tu, University of Oregon
Funding for the conference is provided by the NSF award DMS - 1242683