Summer School on Non abelian Hodge Theory.

Grenoble Summer School in mathematics 2020/2022

The goal of this school is to introduce young mathematicians to some recent developments of the field of non abelian Hodge Theory, as well as to promote greater interaction among researchers and students, and to build a network of collaborations.

The  school will consist of mini-courses covering various aspects of non abelian Hodge Theory (archimedian and non archimedian). The end of the second week will be devoted to a workshop on the applications of non abelian Hodge Heory to Algebraic Geometry and will consist in
research talks by leading specialists.

The school and the workshop were originally scheduled in Grenoble in June, 2020, as the 2020 edition of the Summer School of the Institut Fourier. However, for reasons we know too much about, it was first postponed to June, 2021 and then to June, 2022.


Preregistration will be open from 2022, January 24 and will close at 2022, March 31.

Note that most participants will stay in a shared room. 

Due to a limited accomodation, we cannot guarantee every registred applicant will be able to participate.  We will however confirm your participation before 2022, April 15. Advanced graduate students,  post-doctorants and junior researchers will be prioritary.


1st part

Chikako Mese (Johns Hopkins University)

Philippe Eyssidieux (Université Grenoble Alpes)

Julien Marché (Université Paris Sorbonne)

Adam Jacob (University of California Davis)

Catriona Maclean (Université Grenoble Alpes)

Bertrand Rémy (Ecole Polytechnique)


2nd part

Yohan Brunebarbe (CNRS, Université de Bordeaux)

Nero Budur (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)

Michael Groechenig (University of Toronto)

Adrian Langer (University of Warsaw)

Botong Wang (University of Wisconsin)


Scientific Committee

Benoît Claudon, Philippe Eyssidieux, Bruno Klingler, Catriona Maclean, Carlos Simpson

Organizing Committee

Benoît Claudon, Philippe Eyssidieux, Bruno Klingler, Catriona Maclean



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