Galois theory, homological algebra and beyond
Euler International Mathematical Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia
Due to the Covidľ19 pandemic, the conference is rescheduled to Autumn 2020. New dates will be announced later.
The International Conference "Galois theory, homological algebra and beyond" will be held in St. Petersburg, Russia, at the Euler International Mathematical Institute from May 18 to May 20, 2020. The conference is dedicated to 80th anniversary of professor Boris Lurje and to 80th anniversary of professor Anatoly Yakovlev.
We are going to focus on topics in Algebra which are the main fields of for B.Lurje and A.Yakovlev in their mathematical life: Galois theory, homological algebra and related subjects, e.g. some classification problems over non algebraically closed field. Talks concerning applications of Galois Theory to arithmetics, category theory and representation theory are supposed.
Organizing and program committee:Alexander Generalov (SPbSU)
Alexander Merkurjev (UCLA)
Konstantin Pimenov (SPbSU)
Nikolay Vavilov (SPbSU)
Maxim Vsemirnov (PDMI, SPbSU)
Igor Zhukov (SPbSU)
Igor Zilberbord (SPbSU)
Local coordinators:Nadia Zaleskaya,
This conference is organized by the Euler International Mathematical Institute and it is supported by the Simons Foundation (via PDMI RAS)
The tentative list of speakers includes:
If you intend to participate we kindly ask you to fill in the registration form. The deadline for the registration for participants who does not need visa is 15 April .
All talks of the Conference are by invitation of Organizing Commitee.
If you have questions about accomodation and travelling please contact Local Coordinators. Speakers shouldn't buy tickets for themselves as its are supposed to be purchased by EIMI stuff.
If you have questions about conference program, please contact us via the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org