New Developments in 4D

New Developments in Four Dimensions

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


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.


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