The goal of the String-Math 2016 conference is to bring together mathematicians and physicists who work on ideas related to string theory, a broad framework which aims to unify all fundamental interactions in Nature.
The String-Math 2016 conference will take place from June 27 to July 2nd at Collège de France in Paris. It will be the culmination of an extended 3-month program at Institut Henri Poincaré, Paris, on the mathematics of string theory, and will include a session for the general public on Saturday July 2nd, organized jointly with Séminaire Poincaré.
The String-Math 2016 conference is organized in partnership with the Clay Mathematics Institute. Support from LPTHE, Fédération de Recherche Interactions Fondamentales, IMJ-PRG, IHES, IPHT-CEA, LPTENS, Fondation Mathématique Jacques Hadamard, Fondation Philippe Meyer pour le développement culturel et artistique,Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris 6, CNRS, ANR, NSF and Institut Henri Poincaré is gratefully acknowledged. Secretarial support from LPTHE is particularly appreciated.
Steering Committee of String-Math Conferences:
Ron Donagi, Dan Freed, Nigel Hitchin, Sheldon Katz, Maxim Kontsevich, David Morrison, Edward Witten, Shing-Tung Yau
Mina Aganagic, Niklas Beisert, Tom Bridgeland, Kathrin Bringmann, Simon Donaldson, Edward Frenkel, Bertrand Eynard, Matthias Gaberdiel, Rajesh Gopakumar, Antonella Grassi, Mark Gross, Chris Hull, Albrecht Klemm, Wolfgang Lerche, Juan Maldacena, Matilde Marcolli, Gregory Moore, Hirosi Ooguri, Rahul Pandharipande, Tony Pantev, Vassily Pestun, Yongbin Ruan, Sakura Schafer-Nameki, Volker Schomerus, Savdeep Sethi, Eric Sharpe, Samson Shatashvili, Jorg Teschner, Johannes Walcher, Katrin Wendland, Maxim Zabzine, Eric Zaslow
Philip Boalch, Miranda Cheng, Alessandro Chiodo, Amir Kashani-Poor, Maxim Kontsevich, Ruben Minasian, Nikita Nekrasov, Boris Pioline, Don Zagier
Previous String-Math conferences:
Forthcoming String-Math conferences (dates to be announced):
SM2017:Hamburg (24-29/07/17) | SM2018:Sendai | SM2019:Uppsala
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