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Conference: Gauge Theory and Applications

Dates and Location

The conference takes place at the University of Regensburg from July 23rd to 27th 2018. It is preceded by a summer school the week before.


The conference is organized by Bernd Ammann, Stefan Friedl, and Raphael Zentner.

It will focus on gauge theory and its geometric and topological applications, with an emphasis on instanton and monopole gauge theory, and symplectic geometry.


The preliminary list of speakers is:

  • Kim Froyshov (Oslo)
  • Marco Golla (Nantes)
  • Doris Hein (Freiburg)
  • Tsuyoshi Kato (Kyoto)
  • Hokuto Konno (Univerisity of Tokyo)
  • Francesco Lin (Princeton)
  • Jianfeng Lin (MIT)
  • Shinichiroh Matsuo (Nagoya)
  • Catherine Meusburger (Erlangen-Nürnberg)
  • Michael Miller (UCLA)
  • Tomasz Mrowka (MIT)
  • Jacob Rasmussen (Cambridge)
  • Sarah Rasmussen (Cambridge)
  • Daniel Ruberman (Brandeis University)
  • Dietmar Salamon (ETH Zürich)
  • Nikolai Saveliev (University of Miami)
  • Christopher Scaduto (Stony Brook)
  • Steven Sivek (Imperial College London)
  • Matthew Stoffregen (MIT)

Titles and Abstracts


Video Recordings


Registration page If you intend to participate both in the conference and the summer school, it is enough to fill out the registration form for the conference only.

The deadline for application for financial support is April 30th.

Registered participants

  • Adam Baranowski
  • Stefan Behrens
  • Maciej Borodzik
  • Michael Brandenbursky
  • Guillem Cazassus
  • Carlo Collari
  • Laurent Côté
  • Irving Dai
  • Mariano Echeverria
  • Daniel Fauser
  • Jesse Freeman
  • Krystyna Gajczcyk
  • Paolo Ghiggini
  • Sudipta Ghosh
  • Sherry Gong
  • Przemyslaw Grabowski
  • Christopher Herald
  • Henry Horton
  • Tirasan Khandadwit
  • Hee Jung Kim
  • Paul Kirk
  • Adam Król
  • McKee Krumpak
  • Kyle Larson
  • Yi-Jen Lee
  • Youlin Li
  • Langte Ma
  • Maciej Markiewicz
  • S. Michael Miller
  • Matthias Nagel
  • Kyungbae Park
  • Tomasz Pelka
  • Juanita Pinzón-Caicedo
  • Wojciech Politarczyk
  • Hirofumi Sasahira
  • Piotr Suwara
  • Jan Swoboda
  • Monika Szczepanowska
  • Masaki Taniguchi
  • Enrico Toffoli
  • Boyu Zhang

Financial Support

A limited amount of financial support is available especially to support junior participants.

Practical Information

  • City of Regensburg: Regensburg is a Unesco World Heritage site that is famous for its well preserved medieval city center and its beautiful Gothic cathedral. Further information can be found here.
  • ACCOMMODATION: A block of hotel rooms is reserverd at Hotel IBIS and Hotel Star Inn for the participants of the workshop. Participants will need to book and pay for their own accommodation (if they will receive financial support they will be reimbursed later). Please use promotion code 58893 (Hotel IBIS) or promotion code Universität (Hotel Star Inn) when making a reservation. Rooms can be booked until 4th of June 2018 (Hotel IBIS), resp. 16th of June 2018 (Hotel Star Inn). All pre-PhD participants requesting financial support should request a shared room. Regensburg is a tourist destination, so we encourage guests to book their rooms as early as possible.
  • TRAVEL: One can reach the university by following the instructions here.


If you wish to contact the organizers, please send an email to

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