RIMS workshop:
Noncommutative Algebraic Geometry and Related Topics

Dates: September 25 (Mon) AM - September 29 (Fri) AM, 2017
Place: Room 420, RIMS, Kyoto, Japan


Colin Ingalls (University of New Brunswick),
Izuru Mori (Shizuoka University),

Supported by:

RIMS-Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences


This is the 3rd RIMS workshop "Noncommutative Algebraic Geometry and Related Topics" held in Japan. Noncommutative algebraic geometry studies interactions between noncommutative algebra and algebraic geometry. Methods and ideas from algebraic geometry are applied to obtain results in noncommutative algebra. The foundations of the subject were laid out by M. Artin, S.P. Smith, J.T. Stafford, J. Tate, M. Van den Bergh, and J. Zhang. The subject began with the study of three dimensional regular algebras, and is now rapidly growing to extend the interactions with other research fields, such as noncommutative ring theory, commutative ring theory, algebraic geometry, representation theory of algebras, homological algebra, etc. This workshop is an excellent opportunity to exchange recent results and ideas among experts of noncommutative algebraic geometry and the related fields as above.

Confirmed Speakers:

Pieter Belmans (University of Antwerp)
William Crawley-Boevey (Bielefeld University)
Elenore Faber (University of Leeds)
Osamu Iyama (Nagoya University)
Hiroyuki Minamoto (Osaka Prefecture University)
Shinnosuke Okawa (Osaka University)
Alice Rizzardo (University of Edinburgh)
Sue Sierra (University of Edinburgh)
Spela Spenko (Vrije Universiteit Brussels)
Theo Raedschelders (Vrije Universiteit Brussels)
Kazushi Ueda (University of Tokyo)
Kenta Ueyama (Hirosaki University)
Quanshui Wu (Fudan University)
James Zhang (University of Washington)


No advanced registration nor registration fee are required. Every one interested in this workshop is welcome to attend!


If you need a VISA to enter Japan, please consult Izuru Mori at mori.izuru[at]shizuoka.ac.jp as soon as possible but NO LATER THAN MAY 31.


Kyoto is a major sightseeing spot in Japan. Hotels in Kyoto are relatively expensive and fill up quickly in September. So we recommend you to make a reservation as soon as possible.
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