Geometric Structures on Surfaces, Moduli Spaces and Dynamics






The theory of surfaces of finite or infinite types, with their geometric structures, with moduli spaces of geometric structures and with some related dynamical systems on these moduli spaces, constitutes some of the most important aspects of low-dimensional topology, geometry and dynamics. In this school, we propose a set of coordinated courses that will concentrate on several aspects of this field and which will give the students the opportunity, at the same time, to learn the basic aspects of these topics, and to have access to important research problems. A special stress will be on pedagogical aspect, and there will be exercise sessions for the students.

The target audience will consist essentially of young researchers and PhD students from India, deve- loping countries and other countries, who work in this direction or who plan to pursue their research in related areas. Special attention will be given to promote female students.

Langue officielle de l'école : anglais

Coordinateurs administratifs et scientifiques

Bankteshwar Tiwari (BHU, Varanasi,
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Athanase Papadopoulos (IRMA,
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Comité scientifique

S.G.Dani (UM-DAE Center for Excellence in Basic Sciences, Inde)
Norbert A’Campo (Universitat Basel, Suisse)
Gaiane Panina (St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Institute of Mathematics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russie)
Sachiko Hamano (University of Osaka, Japon)
Krishnendu Gongopadhyay (IISER Mohali, Inde)

Programme scientifique

Cours 1: "Teichmüller Space from a Geometric Viewpoint", Kenichi Ohshika (Gakushuin University, Japon)

Cours 2: "Lipschitz Maps and Dynamics", Georgios Daskalopoulos (Brown University, USA)

Cours 3: "Geometry and Topology of Surfaces", Athanase Papadopoulos (IRMA, France)

Cours 4: "Linkages and Deformation Spaces", Alena Zhukova (University of St Petersburg, Russie)

Cours 5: "Projective Structures on Surfaces", Subhojoy Gupta (Indian Institut of Science, Inde)

Cours 6: "Harmonic Maps between Surfaces with Applications to Geometric and Holomorphic Rigidity", Chikako Mese (Johns Hopkins University, USA)

Cours 7: "Rauzy-Veech Induction on Interval Exchange Maps and Applications to Teichmüller Spaces", Erwan Lanneau (Institut Fourier, Grenoble, France)

Cours 8: "L2-geometries Associated to Teichmüller Spaces of Riemann Surfaces", Sumio Yamada (Gakushuin University, Japon)

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Date limite d'inscription et de candidature : 7 août 2022