New Developments in 4D


New Developments in Four Dimensions

June 13–17, 2022 at the University of Victoria, BC, Canada


About

This conference will bring together experts in various aspects of four-dimensional topology. Themes include diffeomorphism groups of four-manifolds, construction and detection of exotic four-manifolds, and trisections of four-manifolds. In addition to standard plenary talks, we will have a lightning talk session open to submissions from all participants.

This conference is anticipated to occur in-person at the University of Victoria. A limited number of talks will be over Zoom, with most speakers presenting in-person.

Registration space for this conference is limited. To apply to participate in this conference, please fill out the application form by April 10th.



Speakers

Samantha Allen* (University of Georgia)

Gregory Arone* (Stockholm University)

Irving Dai* (Stanford University)

David Gabai (Princeton University)

Daniel Hartman (University of Georgia)

Kyle Hayden (Columbia University/Rutgers University-Newark)

Alexandra Kjuchukova (University of Notre Dame)

Robin Koytcheff (University of Louisiana at Lafayette)

Alexander Kupers (University of Toronto Scarborough)

Miriam Kuzbary (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Peter Lambert-Cole (University of Georgia)

Arunima Ray (Max Planck Institute for Mathematics)

Keiichi Sakai* (Shinshu University)

Victor Turchin (Kansas State University)

Tadayuki Watanabe (Kyoto University)

Ian Zemke (Princeton University)


*virtual talk