July 19-23, 2010, MIT

**Robert Lipshitz** (Columbia):
Bordered Heegaard Floer homology

This is joint work with P. Ozsvath and D. Thurston.

**Paul Seidel** (MIT):
Altering symplectic manifolds by homologous recombination

**Alexander Efimov** (RAS):
HMS for P^{1} minus ≥3 points

**Richard Garavuso** (TU Wien):
Extending Hori-Vafa

**Eli Grigsby** (Boston College):
On Khovanov-Seidel
quiver algebras, sutured Khovanov homology, and Bordered Floer
homology

In this talk, I will discuss joint work in progress with Denis Auroux and Stephan Wehrli aimed at understanding how the connection between Khovanov and Heegaard-Floer homology behaves under gluing. More precisely, we will see how to recover (a portion of) the sutured version of Khovanov homology as the Hochschild homology of certain bimodules over quiver algebras defined by Khovanov-Seidel. Along the way, we will discuss an intriguing relationship between these Khovanov-Seidel bimodules and certain bimodules appearing in the bordered Floer package of Lipshitz-Ozsvath-Thurston.

**Ludmil Katzarkov** (U. Miami):
Noncommutative Hodge structures and applications

**Yankı Lekili** (MPIM Bonn):
Lagrangian correspondences and invariants for 3-manifolds with boundary I

**Sikimeti Ma'u** (MSRI / Columbia):
Bimodules and Lagrangian correspondences

**Maksim Maydanskiy** (Stanford / Cambridge):
SH = HH

**Peter Ozsváth** (MIT):
TBA

**Tim Perutz** (UT Austin):
Lagrangian correspondences and invariants for 3-manifolds with boundary II

**Jake Rasmussen** (Cambridge):
Holomorphic triangles and HKM maps

**Helge Ruddat** (Berkeley):
Mirror symmetry for non-CY hypersurfaces in toric varities

**Chris Woodward** (Rutgers):
Gauged Floer theory of toric moment fibers