Mini-Symposium : Knot Theory on Okinawa

Date and Time

17 - 21 February 2020

  • Arrive 16 February
  • Depart 22 February


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


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


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

Program with Abstracts

To be announced.


Transportation Schedule