Tensor Categories in Sydney

This conference aims to bring together researchers with a variety of backgrounds to cultivate interaction.
The central topic is that of ‘tensor categories’, in all possible interpretations. These categories appear for instance
in algebraic geometry (quasi-coherent sheaves on schemes and stacks, categories of motives),
representation theory (representations of Lie (super)algebras, algebraic groups, Hopf algebras, quantum groups, groupoids),
topology (topological quantum field theories, spectra) and higher category theory.

Penrose tiling
Dates: 28 November - 2 December, 2022
Location: University of Sydney, in the 'Quadrangle' in the 'Oriental Room' (Quad S204). This is approximately here
Schedule: Schedule, titles and abstracts are HERE.
Streamed talks: Two talks will be virtual, which we will watch in the usual venue (Tuesday 9am Halpern-Leistner and Wednesday 9am Etingof).
These will be streamed; contact Kevin Coulembier for the Zoom link.
Registration: Glorious news! There is no registration (fee) required.
We would appreciate a quick email to the first organiser if you intend on attending, to keep track of numbers, at
k*vin.*oul*mbi*r@sydney.edu.au (* is either the real number a for which a^x is its own derivative or the speed of light).
Scammers: You might receive some depressing emails from scammers asking you to pay for accommodation. You will not receive legitimate emails of this type. Please contact the organisers if in doubt. The typical tells of these emails are still: attempt at pressuring with some arbitrary deadline; lack of genuine information such as the precise travel dates.
Visa: If you are travelleing from overseas don't forget to apply for an electronic visa. The government page for the tourrist visa is 651 visa. Other sites might charge an avoidable fee.

Asilata Bapat Australian National University
Elden Elmanto Harvard University
Inna Entova-Aizenbud Ben Gurion University
Pavel Etingof* MIT
Pinhas Grossman University of New South Wales
Lance Gurney University of Melbourne
Christian Haesemeyer University of Melbourne
Daniel Halpern-Leistner* Cornell University
Nate Harman University of Michigan
Katrina Honigs Simon Fraser University
Bruno Kahn Institut de mathématiques de Jussieu
Masoud Kamgarpour University of Queensland
Siddharth Mathur Universite Paris-Saclay
Amnon Neeman Australian National University
Peter O'Sullivan Australian National University
Bregje Pauwels University of Sydney
Sophie Raynor James Cook University
Marcy Robertson University of Melbourne
Alexander Sherman University of Sydney
Ross Street Macquarie University
Daniel Tubbenhauer University of Sydney
(* = online talk)
Organisers: Kevin Coulembier
Jack Hall