Jack Hoppin funded

Monopoles Mini-conference

Feb. 16-21, 2019 at 9:30-12:30  in Math 402

Invited Speakers:

Benoit Charbonneau (University of Waterloo)

Jacques Hurtubise (McGill University)

Ákos Nagy (Duke University)

Local Speakers:

Sergey Cherkis, Rebekah Cross, Thomas Harris, Jason Quinones, Matthew Wheeler

Schedule:

Sun, Feb 17

Mon, Feb 18

Tue, Feb 19

Wed, Feb 20

9:30 - 10:20

J. Hurtubise

B.Charbonneau

10:30 - 11:20

R. Cross

M. Wheeler

11:30 - 12:20

T. Harris

Á. Nagy

S. Cherkis

J. Quinones

Dinner

Concert

Talk Titles:

Benoit Charbonneau, “Nahm Transform for Monopoles with Arbitrary Symmetry Breaking.”
Jacques Hurtubise,  “Instantons on Taub-NUT manifolds, Nahm transforms and holomorphic data” (joint with Sergey Cherkis).
Ákos Nagy, “Asymptotic behavior of BPS monopoles and harmonic spinors in 3D.”
Sergey Cherkis, “Hyperfields and Compactifications of Monowall Moduli Spaces.”
Rebekah Cross,  “Doubly Periodic Monopole Dynamics and Crystal Volumes.”
Thomas Harris, “Observations about Solutions to Dirac Equation in the Background of a Singular Monopole.”
Jason Quinones, “Spectral Methods for Dirac Operators Associated to Dirac Multi-monopoles.”
Matthew Wheeler, “Abelian Instantons on Taub-NUT.”

All are welcome to attend.