Mirror Symmetry and Fano Manifolds

October 24-26 2017, Hardy Room, LMS De Morgan House, London

This workshop forms part of the Cambridge-Imperial-Warwick EPSRC-funded 5-year programme grant “Classification, Computation, and Construction: New Methods in Geometry” (3C in G).

Support for travel and accommodation is available for speakers and a number of outside participants through the 3CinG grant; you may apply for such support through the registration form.

Please direct any additional questions to the local organisers.

Local Organisers: Tom Coates (t.coates@imperial.ac.uk), Alessio Corti (a.corti@imperial.ac.uk), Chloe Stockford (chloe.stockford@imperial.ac.uk)

Organisers: Tom Coates, Alessio Corti, Mark Gross, Miles Reid


Lunch 12:00-14:00 (except on Tuesday 12:00-13:30)
Coffee 16-16:30 (except on Tuesday 15:30–16:00)

Tuesday 24 Oct

11:00-12:00 Gross “To be associative”

13:30-14:30 Argüz “Log geometric techniques in mirror symmetry”
14:30-15:30 Prince “Lagrangian torus fibration models of Fano threefolds”

16:00-17:00 Ruddat “Analyticity of Gross-Siebert Calabi-Yau families”

Wednesday 25 Oct

10:00-11:00 Hacking “SYZ mirror symmetry for Fano varieties”
11:00-12:00 Diemer “D-flips, graded rings, and Fourier-Mukai Kernels”

14:00-15:00 Filippini “Orbital degeneracy loci and applications”
15:00-16:00 Kasprzyk “Mutation-equivalence classes of Fano polygons”

16:30-18:00 Discussion

19:00-21:00 Social dinner at the Blue Door Bistro, The Montague on the Gardens, 15 Montague St., Bloomsbury, WC1B 5BJ

Thursday 26th Oct

10:00-11:00 Schreyer “Unirationality of Hurwitz spaces”
11:00-12:00 Pomerleano “Coordinate rings from Floer cohomology”

14:00-16:30 Discussion

REGISTERED PARTICIPANTS: Mohammad Akhtar, Lawrence Barrott, Livia Campo, Daniel Cavey, Tom Coates, Alessio Corti, Alice Cuzzucoli, Lorenzo De Blase, Tom Ducat, Enrico Fatighenti, Giulia Gugiatti, Robin Guilbot, Liana Heuberger, Tyler Kelly, Edwin Kutas, Emily Maw,  Ben Morley, Navid Nabijou, Andrea Petracci, Thomas Prince, Miles Reid, Christopher Seaman, Alan Thompson