Winter School on Enumerative Geometry and Modular Forms
February 11 - 15, 2019, Frankfurt am Main
Supported by LOEWE
- Emily Clader (San Francisco State University): Introduction to Gromov-Witten-theory
- Felix Janda (University of Michigan): Tautological rings and the double ramification cycle
- Georg Oberdieck (MIT/University of Bonn): Modular forms in enumerative geometry
- Kathrin Bringmann (University of Köln)
- Emily Clader (San Francisco State University)
- Felix Janda (University of Michigan)
- Martijn Kool (Utrecht University)
- Hyenho Lho (ETH Zürich)
- Cristina Manolache (Imperial College)
- Georg Oberdieck (MIT/University of Bonn)
- Nicola Pagani (University of Liverpool)
- Adrian Sauvaget (Jussieu)
If you are interested in participating please send an informal email to
Prospective participants with a need for financial support should attach a CV.
Application deadline: November 1, 2018
- Map of campus Bockenheim.
- To get to the lecture room from Frankfurt Main Station you can either walk (20-25 min), take the tram 16, or take the subway U4. With both tram or U4 you get off at station Bockenheimer Warte. Time table at RMV as well as information about tickets.
- There are plenty of places to eat nearby, e.g., in Leipziger Strasse, Kiesstrasse, ... . Moreover, on Thursday there is the weekly market at Bockenheimer Warte.
- Room: the workshop will take place in Hilbertraum, Room 302 in Robert-Mayer-Strasse 6-8.