Categorical Symplectic Topology Conference

Invariants counting holomorphic curves play a key role throughout symplectic topology.  Such invariants are governed and constrained by their rich algebraic structures.  The Fukaya category of a symplectic manifold collects the information of classical Lagrangian Floer cohomology; it relates to algebraic geometry via derived categories of sheaves, to representation theory via categories of constructible sheaves, and to low-dimensional topology via Atiyah-Floer type conjectures and relations to gauge theory. It has also become an important tool in symplectic topology in its own right. This conference will take stock of some recent developments in symplectic topology, with a focus on applications, computations and connections of (Fukaya-)categorical technology and related areas.


Please could all participants, including speakers register here.   This link will take you to the University’s Online Store where you will need to open an account (this will only take a minute or two).  The registration fee for non-speakers is  £40.00,  which will include lunches, tea and coffees.

For further information please visit the event page here.

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