Conferences, workshops, and seminars organized by the members of the AHGT network.
An hybrid seminar that takes place between LPP Lille and RIMS Kyoto on a monthly basis by Zoom and which covers the three topics of the AHGT project. Contact the local organizer of your choice in case of interest.
Next coming talks…
|Dec 4, 2023
|The groupoid of Grothendieck-Teichmüller(GT)-shadows and its action on child's drawings by Vasily Dolguchev, Temple University, USA.
|Feb 5, 2024
|Hilbert properties of varieties by Arno Fehm, TU Dresden, Germany.
|Mar 4, 2024
|Anabelian properties of Berkovich curves by Sylvain Gaulhiac, IMPAN Warsaw, Poland.
Focus events to introduce and report on the latest topics and progress of the arithmetic homotopy and Galois theory program.
Schedule & Program (TBA)
One of the goals of the AHGT IRN is the coordination and support of independant activities for early-career researchers, i.e. Master students, PhD students and postdoctoral researchers, in terms of short and topic-focus oriented workshops and seminars.
The AHGT Ateliers are one-day events organized by and for early-career researchers to discover and get a working understanding of both fundamental and hot topics in Arithmetic and Homotopic Galois Theory.
Talks are distributed in advance among participants, who also propose and vote the next event topic.
Some occasional events organized by the nodes of the network:
The Ookayama Youth Seminar in Algebra is a seminar for Mx students, and PhD and early career postdoctoral researchers of Tokyo Institute of Technology and its surrounding. The seminar takes place every two-weeks in Tokyo Institute of Technology and is organized by Slack.
Please contact the organizers T. Murotani or N. Yamaguchi [Contact].
The AHGT IRN brings its support to the French EPAG (École Parisienne d'Arithmétique et de Géométrie) and its RéGA (réseau des étudiants en géométrie algébrique) seminar for PhD students.
A selection of previous events that support the present activity of the IRN, feel free to consult the report, program, and slides of the talks.