Hypergeometric motives and Calabi-Yau differential equations

David Wood

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  •  8 Jan 2017 - 27 Jan 2017
     8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Organisers: Ling Long (Louisiana State University), Masha Vlasenko (Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences), Wadim Zudilin (University of Newcastle)


  • Deadline: 11 November, 2016
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Piotr Achinger IHES
Frits Beukers Utrecht University
David Broadhurst Open University, UK
Jan De Gier University of Melbourne
Eric Delaygue Institut Camille Jordan, Lyon.
Sharon Frechette College of the Holy Cross
Alexandru Ghitza University of Melbourne
John Voight Dartmouth College
Ling Long Louisiana State University
Paul Norbury  University of Melbourne
Robert Osburn University College Dublin
Ravi Ramakrishna Cornell
David Roberts University of Minnesota Morris
Fernando Rodriguez Villegas ICTP, Trieste
Adriana Salerno Bates College
Abdellah Sebbar University of Ottawa
Holly Swisher Oregon State University, USA
Fang-Ting Tu Louisiana State University
Duco van Straten Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz
Masha Vlasenko Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw
James Wan SUTD, Singapore
Ole Warnaar The University of Queensland
Mark Watkins University of Sydney
Yi-Fan Yang National Chiao Tung University
Wadim Zudilin The University of Newcastle

Program Details and Materials:

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Week Dates Activity  Topic(s)
 1 9 – 13 January, 2017 Research Seminars Hypergeometric motives and finite hypergeometric functions.
2 16 – 20 January, 2017 Workshop Series (4-5 talks per day) Both topics.
3 23-27 January, 2017 Research Seminars Arithmetic and combinatorial properties of periods of Calabi–Yau manifolds: differential equations satisfied by them, modularity, applications in mirror symmetry, random walks and other areas.


Research Seminars: Hypergeometric motives and finite hypergeometric functions 9 – 13 January, 2017

Workshop Series: Hypergeometric motives and Calabi-Yau differential equations 16 – 20 January, 2017

Research Seminars: Arithmetic and combinatorial properties of periods of Calabi–Yau manifolds 23-27 January, 2017

MATRIX Wine and Cheese Afternoon 10 January, 2017

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