October 22–24, 2021
Conference on Compactifications, Configurations, and Cohomology
at Northeastern University
Description: This conference aims to emphasize and build upon the existing connections between compactifications, configurations, cohomology, and adjacent subjects. Recurring themes are likely to include algebraic groups, blow-ups, configuration spaces, hyperplane arrangements, Lie theory, and wonderful compactifications.
Dates: October 22–24, 2021
Venue: Northeastern University in Boston, MA
Speakers: The following people have kindly agreed to speak at our conference.
Ana Balibanu (Harvard University)
Patrick Brosnan (University of Maryland at College Park)
Graham Denham (University of Western Ontario)
Nir Gadish (University of Michigan at Ann Arbor)
Iva Halacheva (Northeastern University)
Ben Knudsen (Northeastern University)
Laurențiu Maxim (University of Wisconsin at Madison)
Eric Ramos (Bowdoin College)
Botong Wang (University of Wisconsin at Madison)
Conference program: Please download the formal conference program via this link. It includes all titles and abstracts, as well as the precise times and room numbers for all events.
Registration: If you are not affiliated with Northeastern University and wish to participate, please communicate this in an email to the organizers. This would allow us to register you as a visitor to Northeastern.
Funding: The organizers gratefully acknowledge the National Science Foundation for financial support.