Workshop

Higher Dimensional Complex Geometry

University of Saarland, 1−4 April 2019

The Workshop

The Workshop brings together experts in higher dimensional Complex Geometry to discuss the latest progress in the field. The topics range from recent advances in birational geometry and the classification of complex varieties, to Hodge theory, to foliations, to positivity properties of tangent and cotangent bundles, to birational automorphism groups and moduli problems, to applications to the geometry of singular varieties with trivial canonical class and beyond.

Speakers

Olivier Benoist    (ENS Paris) Andreas Höring    (Université de Nice)
Cinzia Casagrande    (Università di Torino) Anne-Sophie Kaloghiros    (Brunel University London)
Benoît Claudon    (Université de Rennes 1) Vladimir Lazić    (Universität des Saarlandes)
Jean-Pierre Demailly    (Université Grenoble Alpes) Christian Lehn    (TU Chemnitz)
Simone Diverio    (Sapienza Università di Roma) Zsolt Patakfalvi    (EPF Lausanne)
Stéphane Druel    (Université de Lyon) Thomas Peternell    (Universität Bayreuth)
Enrica Floris    (Université de Poitiers) Alessandra Sarti    (Université de Poitiers)
Aleksei Golota    (HSE Moscow) Stefan Schreieder    (LMU München)
Daniel Greb    (Universität Duisburg-Essen) Luca Tasin    (Università di Milano)
Henri Guenancia    (Université Toulouse III) Susanna Zimmermann    (Université d'Angers)

Organisers

Vladimir Lazić Pagona Koulakidou Nikolaos Tsakanikas
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Venue

The Workshop will take place at the Department of Mathematics, University of Saarland. All talks will take place in the Hörsaal IV (Room 115 on the ground floor) in the main building of the Department, the building E2.4 in the University Campus.

Click here for travel directions and here for the Campus map.

Due to the limited capacity of the lecture room, all participants (apart from the speakers) must register by sending an email to one of the organisers.

Supporting Institutions

The Workshop is supported by the University of Saarland and the Emmy Noether Programme of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft.

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