Mini-Symposium : Knot Theory on Okinawa

Date and Time

17 - 21 February 2020

  • Arrive 16 February
  • Depart 22 February

Description

Knot Theory is famously where many subjects meet.  Algebraists, analysts, geometers, physicists, and topologists all find common ground studying the knottedness of 1-dimensional objects in 3-dimensional space.  This symposium brings knot theorists together to discuss the newest directions in the discipline.

 

Confirmed Speakers

  • Tetsuya Abe, Ritsumeikan University
  • Peter Feller, ETH Zurich
  • Josh Greene, Boston College
  • Tetsuya Ito, Kyoto University
  • Tamas Kalman, Tokyo Institute of Technology
  • Sungkyang Kang, Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Min Hoon Kim, Korea Institute for Advanced Study
  • Andrew Lobb, Durham University, UK
  • Allison Moore, Verginia Commonwealth University
  • ​Patrick Orson,  Boston College
  • Radmila Sazdanovic, North Carolina State
  • Robert Tang, OIST
  • ​Motoo Tange, University of Tsukuba
  • Masakazu Teragaito, Hiroshima University
  • Zhongtao Wu, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Venue

Conference Center, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST), Japan

Registration

Please email Prof. Andrew Lobb if you are interested in attending the mini-symposium.

Program with Abstracts

To be announced.

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

Transportation Schedule