Categorical and analytic invariants in Algebraic geometry 1 (September 14–18, 2015, Steklov Mathematical Institute, Moscow)
The aim of the conference is to bring together Japanese and Russian
experts actively working in the area of algebraic and analytic
geometry, homological algebra and string theory, in order to get an
insight on the structure of complex varieties and certain interrelated
invariants thereof, such as derived categories, semiinfinite Hodge
structures, topological correlators and quantum motives, which reflect
the properties of these varieties relevant to mirror symmetry.
Program
Рoster
Abstracts
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Practical information
Getting from the airport
Please use a highspeed railway, called Aeroexpress (with moderately
priced tickets, about 450 rubles, approx. 6 Euro).
The Aeroexpress connects all international airports in Moscow with the subway stations: "Belorusskaja" for the Sheremetyevo airport, "Paveletskaja" for the Domodedovo airport, and "'Kievskaja" for the Vnukovo aiport. Follow the signs of Aeroexpress or Trains inside the airport. You might go for 15 minutes inside the airport building, which depends on the terminal of your arrival. The timetables of the Aeroexpress and other details are available on the official site http://www.aeroexpress.ru/en.
The map of Moscow Metro (subway) can be found here. You should go to the orange (KaluzhskoRizhskaya) line, South. If you go from the green line, you change at NovokuznetskayaTretyakovskaya, if you go by the brown line, you change at Oktyabrskaya.
Accomodation
The participants of the conference are housed either in the building of the Faculty of Mathematics of the Higher School of the Economics, Vavilova, 7.
Steklov Mathematical Institute
The Steklov Mathematical Institute is located within a walking distance from the metro station "Akademicheskaya" ("Академическая"), orange line, South. It takes about 10–15 minutes to get from the station to the institute. First one should take Dmitriya Ulyanova street (Дмитрия Ульянова) and then Vavilova street (Вавилова), see the map.
The hotel is on the first floor. One should show a passport to the guard at the entrance of the building. Then one goes to the right till the very end and takes a stairway. A guardian will help.
Vavilova, 7
The HSE Faculty of Mathematics is located within a walking distance from the metro station "Leninskiy prospect" ("Ленинский проспект"), orange line, South. First one should take an unnamed street and then Vavilova street (Вавилова), see the map.
Directions, pictures and other useful information is available here.
One should show documents at the reception and then take the elevator. A person at the reception will help.
To get to the Steklov Institute you can walk 20 minutes straight along Vavilova street away from the center of the city or you can take the trams 14 and 39 from the station "Metro Leninskiy prospect (Yuzhnii Vyhod)" ("Метро Ленинский проспект (южный выход)"), which is just in front of the HSE building, to the station "Ulitsa Gubkina" ("Улица Губкина"), 4 stops along Vavilova street.
Conference sessions
The conference sessions will take place at the Steklov Institute, conference hall, 9th floor. Turn right after entering the building. Don’t use elevators that are in front of the entrance – they don’t go to the 9th floor. The elevators are located in the middle of the long corridor on the ground floor.
WiFi connection
In the Steklov Institute there is an open wireless network connection on the first floor (hotel) and on the 9th floor (conference hall); the network name is MIANFREE. Besides, there is a network MIAN with the login "mianconf" and the same password. However, some settings on the computer are required, see more details here.
Meals
The cafeteria of the Steklov Institute is located on the ground floor of the building (first floor in Russian). After the entrance one should go to the right till the very end.
Restaurants
Here are some restaurants nearby the Steklov Institute and Vavilova, 7.
Some of the chains in Moscow: MuMu (МуМу), ElkiPalki (ЕлкиПалки), SheshBesh (ШешБеш).
Public transportation in Moscow
One ride costs 50 RUR; see more details
here.
Bus, tram, and trolleybus
A driver sells tickets for some extra money. One inserts a ticket with a
blank side up into the machine at the entrance of a transport. Keep the
ticket till the end of the ride – controllers are possible.
Metro (subway)
Ticket offices nearby turnstiles after the entrance to the metro.
ATM machines
There is an ATM machine in the Steklov Institute (it accepts Visa, MasterCard, but does not accept Amex). It is located in the middle of the long corridor on the ground floor nearby the elevators. There is also an ATM machine close to the Steklov Institute at Vavilova, 23C1, see the map.
Organizing Committee
Bondal Alexey Igorevich Przyjalkowski Victor Vladimirovich Roslyi Aleksei Andreevich Saito Kyoji
Local organizers
Grishina Olga Valentinovna Komarov Stanislav Igorevich Kuznetsova Vera Vitalievna
Participants
Abuaf Roland Brav Christopher Efimov Alexander Ivanovich Galkin Sergey Hosono Shinobu Ikeda Akishi Ishii Akira Karzhemanov Il'ya Vyacheslavovich Katzarkov Ludmil Kawamata Yujiro Kuznetsov Alexander Gennad'evich Logvinenko Timothy Losev Andrei Semenovich Milanov Todor Ouchi Genki Prokhorov Yuri Gennadievich Saito Kyoji Shiraishi Yuuki Takahashi Atsushi Toda Yukinobu Ueda Kazushi Uehara Hokuto
Institutions
Steklov Mathematical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow Laboratory of algebraic geometry and its applications, National Research University "Higher School of Economics" (HSE), Moscow Institute of Fundamental Science, Moscow Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe 

Categorical and analytic invariants in Algebraic geometry 1, Moscow, September 14–18, 2015 


September 14, 2015 (Mon) 

1. 
Multipointed NC deformations and CY3folds Y. Kawamata September 14, 2015 10:30–11:30, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute





2. 
On categorical joins A. G. Kuznetsov September 14, 2015 11:50–12:50, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute





3. 
Noncommutative virtual structure sheaves Yu. Toda September 14, 2015 14:00–15:00, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute





4. 
Moduli of relations of quivers K. Ueda September 14, 2015 15:10–16:10, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute





5. 
$P$functors T. Logvinenko September 14, 2015 16:30–17:30, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute






September 15, 2015 (Tue) 

6. 
Homological invariants of DG algebras and generalized degeneration A. I. Efimov September 15, 2015 10:30–11:30, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute





7. 
Lagrangian embeddings of cubic fourfolds containing a plane G. Ouchi September 15, 2015 11:50–12:50, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute





8. 
Calabi–Yau structures on dg categories and shifted symplectic structures on moduli Ch. Brav September 15, 2015 13:00–14:00, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute






September 16, 2015 (Wed) 

9. 
Looking geometry from the moduli spaces of CICYs Sh. Hosono September 16, 2015 10:30–11:30, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute





10. 
From Riemann to Feynman geometry in Feynman approach to QFT A. S. Losev September 16, 2015 11:50–12:50, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute





11. 
The Calabi–Yau completion for a formal parameter A. Ikeda September 16, 2015 13:00–14:00, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute






September 17, 2015 (Thu) 

12. 
Vertex algebras and Gromov–Witten invariants T. Milanov September 17, 2015 10:30–11:30, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute





13. 
On the Frobenius manifold from the Gromov–Witten theory for an orbifold projective line with $r$ orbifold points Yu. Shiraishi September 17, 2015 11:50–12:50, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute





14. 
Categorical Kaehler Metrics L. Katzarkov September 17, 2015 14:00–15:00, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute





15. 
Calabi–Yau dg categories to Frobenius manifolds via primitive forms A. Takahashi September 17, 2015 15:10–16:10, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute





16. 
Joins and Hadamard products S. Galkin September 17, 2015 16:30–17:30, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute






September 18, 2015 (Fri) 

17. 
Explicit Dolgachev surfaces and exceptional collections I. V. Karzhemanov September 18, 2015 10:30–11:30, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute





18. 
Exceptional sheaves on the Hirzebruch surface $\mathbb{F}_2$ H. Uehara September 18, 2015 11:50–12:50, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute





19. 
Degenerations of del Pezzo surfaces in terminal QGorenstein families Yu. G. Prokhorov September 18, 2015 14:00–15:00, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute





20. 
On the special McKay correspondence A. Ishii September 18, 2015 15:10–16:10, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute





21. 
Skewgrowth function for dual Artin monoid K. Saito September 18, 2015 16:30–17:30, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute





