June 22-26, 2009, MIT

**Peter Kronheimer** (Harvard):
Instantons, Floer homology and applications

**Tom Coates** (Imperial College London) and
**Hiroshi Iritani** (Kyushu U.):
Wall-crossings in toric Gromov-Witten theory

Large parts of this are based on joint work with Alessio Corti and Hsian-Hua Tseng.

**Mohammed Abouzaid** (Clay Institute and MIT):
A chain level model for the Fukaya category of a plumbing

**Kwok Wai Chan** (Harvard):
Strominger-Yau-Zaslow transformations in mirror symmetry

**Amin Gholampour** (Caltech):
BPS invariants for resolutions of polyhedral singularities

**Tamas Hausel** (Oxford):
Mirror symmetry, Langlands duality and the Hitchin system

**Ludmil Katzarkov** (U. of Miami):
Homological mirror symmetry and DG-schemes

**Bumsig Kim** (KIAS):
Some compactifications of moduli of maps from curves

**Chiu-Chu Melissa Liu** (Columbia):
The coherent-constructible correspondence and toric homological
mirror symmetry

**Lenny Ng** (Duke):
Algebraic aspects of Legendrian Symplectic Field Theory

**Paolo Rossi** (Ecole Polytechnique):
Gromov Witten theory of orbicurves and their mirror model

**Josh Sabloff** (Haverford):
A-infinity structures for Legendrian contact homology

**Dylan Thurston** (Columbia):
Bimodules and mapping class group actions in Heegaard Floer homology

**Hsian-Hua Tseng** (Wisconsin):
On the decomposition conjecture of étale gerbes

**Ben Webster** (MIT):
Representation theory and a strange duality for symplectic varieties

**Katrin Wehrheim** (MIT):
Calculations of Floer homology by reduction