Non-Archimedean Geometry and its Applications
Date: 1 - 5 June 2015
Location: University of Michigan
Event type: Conference
Organisers: Mattias Jonsson (Michigan), Bhargav Bhatt (Michigan), Tyler Foster (Michigan)
There have been numerous recent advances in non-Archimedean geometry. These advances have seen new and sometimes unexpected applications across mathematics. In order to make these developments known to a larger audience, the present conference will bring together leading experts in those fields where non-Archimedean geometry or non-Archimedean analysis plays an important role, with the hope of fostering further connections between these fields.
Among the themes represented at the conference will be Berkovich spaces, tropical geometry, dynamical systems, and p-adic Hodge theory.
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