Upcoming Programs

Hodge Theory and its Applications Part I 

Fall Emphasis 2020

Hodge theory is a central subject in modern geometry. Originating in the 19th century works of Riemann, Jacobi, Picard, Poincaré and others, followed by topological ideas of Lefschetz, it was established in modern form in the middle of the 20th century in the monumental work of Sir William Vallance Douglas Hodge. Since then, it has blossomed both as a major subject in its own right and in many new directions in connection with Derived Categories, Derived Algebraic Geometry, Model Theory, Homological Mirror Symmetry, Mathematical Physics, Number Theory, Representation Theory and other areas of current mathematics.

We have organized a year entitled "Hodge theory and its applications" at the Institute of the Mathematical Sciences of the Americas (IMSA) at the University of Miami.

September 2020 - May 2021.

More information will follow at the end of August 2020. To the extent possible, subject to proper social distancing protocols and travel restrictions, events will include an onsite aspect. We will use Zoom technology to facilitate remote participation as needed.

All lectures will be broadcasted via the Latin American Mathematical Cyber Colloquium


Hodge Theory and its Application Part II

Spring Emphasis 2021


Advancing Women in Mathematics Across the Americas

Year Long Program 2021 - 2022