SMS scnews item created by Hannah Bryant at Fri 17 Jan 2020 1342
Type: Seminar
Modified: Fri 17 Jan 2020 1353; Fri 24 Jan 2020 1126; Fri 24 Jan 2020 1126
Distribution: World
Expiry: 30 Jan 2020
Calendar1: 28 Jan 2020 0930-1600
CalLoc1: Quad S204 (Oriental Room)
CalTitle1: ’Derived Day’ 1
Calendar2: 29 Jan 2020 0930-1600
CalLoc2: Carslaw 355
CalTitle2: ’Derived Day’ 2
Calendar3: 30 Jan 2020 0930-1600
CalLoc3: Quad S204 (Oriental Room)
CalTitle3: ’Derived Day’ 3
Auth: hannahb@10.165.80.120 (hbry8683) in SMS-LDAP

Derived Days

From the 28-30 of January we will be hosting "derived days" at the University of
Sydney.  

We will have some introductory talks on derived categories (particularly of coherent
sheaves) and applications.  One aim is to prepare for the visit of Tom Bridgeland, who
will be visiting SMRI from January through May 2020.  Another aim is to understand an
important piece of the mathematical world a tiny bit better! 

The lectures will take place as follows: 

Tuesday 28: 9:30am-12:00pm and 2pm-4pm, Quad S204 (Oriental Room)

Wednesday 29: 9:30am-12:00pm and 2pm-4pm,Carslaw Seminar 355 

Thursday 30: 9:30am-12:00pm and 2pm-4pm, Quad S204 (Oriental Room) 

Speakers are Asilata Bapat, Anand Deopurkar, Anthony Licata, Behrouz Taji and Geordie
Williamson.  

The event is deliberately informal.  There will be no funding and no catering (there are
many fantastic restaurants and coffee shops nearby).  Having said that, we would love
you to take part.  There are also free slots if you would like to give an accessible
talk related to derived categories of coherent sheaves.  Please get in touch if this is
the case.  We hope to organise a BYO conference picnic (weather permitting) on
Wednesday.  

- Geordie 

*Front side of the Quadrangle, Ground floor, directly off ’Lobby B’ (accessed through
the ’Left Entrance’) 


***UPDATE*** 

PLEASE NOTE EARLIER START TIME
The schedule and abstracts are available here:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XWLHYgbjFS73Df0vPVty59rT7cI_p_QkI_aK0QrdTxs/edit

***UPDATE***


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