Conference

Hochschild Cohomology, Structure and Applications

June 7 - 11, 2010

CIRM, Luminy, France

   


The conference is now over. We thank all participants for coming and for making this meeting a success.
The next workshop on Hochschild Cohomology, Structure and Applications (HHIV), is planned to take place in Buenos Aires in August 2013.

Hochschild cohomology provides a natural home for invariants attached to objects appearing in very different settings, such as homological algebra, K-theory, associative rings and algebras, algebraic geometry, differential geometry, representation theory, functional analysis, operator algebras, and algebraic topology. The week-long meeting at Luminy will focus on algebraic aspects of the theory and on its applications to related areas, such as ring theory, algebraic geometry and representation theory. The conference will build on the experience of two successful conferences on Hochschild Cohomology and Applications, held at the University of Leicester, UK, in 2003 and at the Banff International Research Station, Canada, in 2007 ( BIRS conference page).


This meeting is also the Rencontre 2010 du GDR 2432 du CNRS.

Organizers: Luchezar L. Avramov (Lincoln), Claude Cibils (Montpellier and Nice), Thorsten Holm (Hannover), Maria Julia Redondo (Bahia Blanca)


List of participants: See the CIRM webpage of the conference.

               


Programme and schedule: A schedule of the meeting can be found here. Also available is a list of titles and abstracts.


Speakers:
Petter Andreas Bergh (Trondheim)
Ragnar-Olaf Buchweitz (Toronto)
Emily Burgunder (Toulouse)
Karin Erdmann (Oxford)
Vincent Franjou (Nantes)
John Greenlees (Sheffield)
Yang Han (Beijing)
Dieter Happel (Chemnitz)
Kathryn Hess (Lausanne)
Srikanth Iyengar (Lincoln)
Bernhard Keller (Paris)
Steffen König (Cologne)
Henning Krause (Bielefeld)
Markus Linckelmann (Aberdeen)
Joseph Lipman (Purdue)
Wendy Lowen (Antwerpen)
Amnon Neeman (Canberra)
Laurent Rigal (Paris)
Travis Schedler (MIT)
Andrea Solotar (Buenos Aires)
Mariano Suarez-Alvarez (Buenos Aires)
Sarah Witherspoon (Texas)
Fei Xu (Nantes)
Alexander Zimmermann (Amiens)


General information: Please see the CIRM web page.

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