Institute for Geometry and Physics

Collaboration in Geometry & Physics in the Americas

Conference on Homological Mirror Symmetry – January 28-February 1, 2013

Organizers: Denis Auroux, Ludmil Katzarkov, Maxim Kontsevich, Elizabeth Gasparim, Ernesto Lupercio, Tony Pantev

This event will be held at the University of Miami (Coral Gables, Florida), and will be followed by the Third Latin Congress on Symmetries in Geometry and Physics (Maranhão, Brazil, February 1-9, 2013).

[General information] [Schedule] [Talk titles and abstracts] [Talk notes] [List of participants]

The workshop is at capacity and registration is now closed.

General information

New: A very incomplete (so far) set of notes from the talks is now available here.

The workshop will start on Monday morning (January 28) and will end on Friday afternoon (February 1). There will be three mini-courses of three lectures each, individual research talks, as well as time for informal discussions.

Registration fee: there will be a nominal fee of $35 per participant ($15 for graduate students), to cover the cost of refreshments; and a $35 fee for the conference dinner on Tuesday 1/29.

Talks: The conference will be held in the University Center, Flamingo Ballroom C & D (2nd Floor). See the campus map for directions (the arrows show the path from the hotel); there's also a newer campus map.

Accommodation: Most participants will be staying at the Holiday Inn Coral Gables/University of Miami, located right next to the University of Miami campus. The hotel address is: 1350 South Dixie Highway, Coral Gables FL 33146; phone: 1-305-667-5611.

Invited/registered participants: please send your arrival and departure dates to Dania Puerto,, as soon as possible, in order to secure a room reservation. We will soon have to release the block of rooms reserved for the conference and rates will go up.

Airport: Miami International Airport is about 7 miles from campus. The most convenient way to reach the hotel or the campus is to take a taxi. Invited participants: When booking flights, please keep in mind NSF and University of Miami rules. Only US-based airlines are permitted (more specifically your plane ticket mush be issued by a US air carrier and show US carrier flight numbers). Please keep all your original boarding passes since they will be needed for reimbursement.

Tentative schedule

Monday January 28

9:25:Welcome and opening words by Dean A. Keifer
11:15-12:15:  Kontsevich I
Lunch break
2:00-3:00:Abouzaid I

Tuesday January 29

9:30-10:30:Kontsevich II
11:00-12:00:  Soibelman
Lunch break
2:00-3:00:Keel I
3:30-4:30:Abouzaid II
Conference dinner

Wednesday January 30

9:00-10:00:Abouzaid III
10:15-11:15:Kontsevich III
11:45-12:45:  Keel II
Free afternoon

Thursday January 31

9:30-10:30:Keel III
11:00-12:00:  Kaledin
Lunch break

Friday February 1

11:00-12:00:  Ganatra
Lunch break

Titles and abstracts:

A very incomplete (so far) set of notes from the talks is now available here.


Research talks:

List of participants

Mohammed Abouzaid
Mina Aganagic
Rina Anno
Luis Alvarez-Consul
Denis Auroux
Matthew Ballard
Vladimir Baranovsky
Agnieszka Bodzenta-Skibinska
Alexey Bondal
Paul Bressler
Ivan Cheltsov
Cheol-Hyun Cho
Dragos Deliu
George Dimitrov
Alexander Efimov
Chris Elliott
David Favero
Sheel Ganatra
Alberto Garcia Raboso
Alexander Goncharov
Mark Gross
Fabian Haiden
Daniel Halpern-Leistern
Andrew Harder
Hansol Hong
Paul Horja
Xin Jin
Dmitry Kaledin
Mikhail Kapranov
Anton Kapustin
Ailsa Keating
Sean Keel
Tyler Kelly
Gabriel Kerr
Anton Khoroshkin
Maxim Kontsevich

Siu-Cheong Lau
Ian Le
Byeongho Lee
Heather Lee
Sangwook Lee
Yanki Lekili
Penghui Li
Yu-Shen Lin
Timothy Logvinenko
Valery Lunts
Ernesto Lupercio
Andrew MacPherson
Dmitri Orlov
Pranav Pandit
James Pascaleff
Daniel Pomerleano
Victor Przyjalkowski
Helge Ruddat
Rustam Sadykov
Renato Salmeron
Egor Shelukhin
Nick Sheridan
Evgeny Shinder
Bernd Siebert
Yan Soibelman
Pawel Sosna
Zack Sylvan
Renato Vianna
Ioannis Vlassopoulos
Miguel Xicotencatl
Yue Yu
Qiao Zhou
If you are participating but not listed here (or conversely, if you are listed here but not participating), please write to Ludmil Katzarkov and Denis Auroux.