At the Crossroads of Topology and Enumerative Geometry

June 5-9, 2023, Jerusalem

    • Enumerative geometry and topology have a long history of exchange of ideas, fruitful for both domains. At the turn of the century, these topics were revolutionized through ideas of theoretical physics which have led to deep interactions with various fields of mathematics such as symplectic and tropical geometries, integrable systems, representation theory, category theory etc. The aim of this conference is to present a number of most recent contributions with a special emphasis to real, and so called open, versions of Gromov-Witten invariants, as well as to tropical, motivic and probabilistic aspects of enumerative geometry.
    • Organizers

    • Ilia Itenberg
    • Sorbonne University
    • Viatcheslav Kharlamov
    • Université de Strasbourg
    • Jake Solomon
    • The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    • Sara Tukachinsky
    • Tel Aviv University


    • Thomas Blomme
    • Université de Genève
    • Pierrick Bousseau
    • ETH Zürich
    • Alexandr Buryak
    • HSE University
    • Xujia Chen
    • Harvard University
    • Tobias Ekholm
    • Uppsala University
    • * Penka Georgieva
    • Sorbonne University
    • Kai Hugtenburg
    • University of Edinburgh
    • Jesse Leo Kass
    • UC Santa Cruz
    • Chiu-Chu Melissa Liu
    • Columbia University
    • Grigory Mikhalkin
    • Université de Genève
    • Johannes Nicaise
    • KU Leuven / Imperial College London
    • Sabrina Pauli
    • University of Oslo
    • Dhruv Ranganathan
    • University of Cambridge
    • Johannes Rau
    • Universidad de los Andes
    • Eugenii Shustin
    • Tel Aviv University
    • Ran Tessler
    • Weizmann Institute of Science
    • Kirsten Wickelgren
    • Duke University
    • Aleksey Zinger
    • Stony Brook University
    • * = to be confirmed


Lectures will be in Manchester Building, Hall 2


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