2023 Clay Research Conference and Workshops
The 2023 Clay Research Conference will be held on Wednesday, 27 September in L1 of the Andrew Wiles Building.
10:00 Valentin Blomer (Bonn), Density theorems and applications
11:30 John Pardon (Stony Brook), Derived moduli spaces of pseudo-holomorphic curves
14:00 Laure Saint Raymond (IHES), What does entropy measure?
15:30 Chenyang Xu (Princeton), Kähler-Einstein metric, K-stability and moduli spaces
16:30 Ivan Smith (Cambridge), The work of John Pardon
16:50 Isabelle Gallagher (ENS Paris), The work of Frank Merle, Pierre Raphaël, Igor Rodnianski, and Jérémie Szeftel
17:15 Thomas Clay, Presentation of the 2022 Clay Research Award to John Pardon and 2023 Clay Research Awards to Frank Merle, Pierre Raphaël, Igor Rodnianski, and Jérémie Szeftel
17:30 Reception, South Mezzanine
Associated workshops will be held during the week of the conference, 25-29 September. The workshops will pause on Wednesday, 27 September for the conference.
About Entropy in Large Classical Particle Systems
Organizers: Thierry Bodineau (IHES), Pierre-Emmanuel Jabin (Penn State), Sylvia Serfaty (NYU), Laure Saint Raymond (IHES), Sergio Simonella (Roma)
K-stability and Birational Geometry
Organizers: Ivan Cheltsov (Edinburgh), János Kollár (Princeton), Chenyang Xu (Princeton)
New Perspectives in the Analytic Theory of Automorphic Forms
Organizers: Valentin Blomer (Bonn), Farrell Brumley (Paris), Peter Sarnak (IAS and Princeton)
Symplectic Geometry, Low Dimensional Topology, and Quantum Fields
Organizers: Tobias Ekholm (Uppsala), John Pardon (Stony Brook)
Registration for the Clay Research Conference is free but required. Participation in the workshops is by invitation, but a limited number of additional places is available. To register for the Clay Research Conference or to register interest in a workshop, please email Naomi Kraker, providing the name of your institution and stating which workshop you wish to attend. Students please also provide a letter of reference from your supervisor.
HOTEL SCAM ALERT: Some speakers may be contacted via email or telephone by Travellerpoint.org or similar. Please be advised that we use no external organizing service. All emails regarding the conference and workshops will be sent by CMI or a workshop organizer.
Venue: Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford