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 Conference: Non-Archimedean and Tropical Geometry

Aim and Scope

The follow-up to the 2015, 2017, 2019 and 2022 Students' Conference on Tropical and Non-Archimedean Geometry, will take place in Regensburg from July 22, 2024 to July 26, 2024. The goal of the conference is to gather mainly PhD students and young post-docs in tropical, Arakelov or non-archimedean geometry in a friendly setting and foster new collaborations.

The conference will begin with three introductory lectures on tropical, Arakelov and non-archimedean geometry respectively, aimed in particular at new PhD students. Those will then be followed by more traditional research talks. We also encourage participants to apply for giving a talk.

List of Speakers

The introductory lectures will be given by

Ana María Botero (Universität Bielefeld) on Tropical Geometry,

François Ballaÿ (Université de Caen-Normandie) on Arakelov geometry,

Rémi Reboulet (Chalmers University) on Non-archimedean geometry.

Research talks will be given by

Rolf Andreasson (Chalmers University),

Loujean Cobigo (Universität Tübingen),

Yanbo Fang (Aarhus University),

Keita Goto (National Taiwan University),

Andreas Gross (Universität Frankfurt),

Roberto Gualdi (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya),

Vlerë Mehmeti (Sorbonne Université).


The registration deadline is April 30, 2024 and here is the link to the registration form.

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 about Regensburg can be found here.

Internet: Access to eduroam and BayernWLAN is available throughout the Mathematics Building.

Accomodation: Regensburg is a tourist destination. If needed, here is a list of hotels in the area:

- Hotel Münchner Hof (In the city center, one must take a bus to the University.)

- Hotel Kaiserhof am Dom (In the city center, one must take a bus to the University.)

- Hotel Jakob (In the city center, one must take a bus to the University.)

- Hotel Apollo (Near the University, but limited eating options nearby.)

- Hotel Wiendl (Between the city center and the University.)

- Hotel Central (Between the city center and the University, one must take a bus to the University.)

Family Friendly Campus: Our UR family service offers various rooms for families and services. If you need further information look here.


All lectures and research talks are in the lecture hall M311, at the 3rd floor of the Mathematics building of Regensburg University (Attention: not the department "Mathematik und Informatik" of the OTH).

One can reach the University of Regensburg by following the instructions here and see here for maps of the campus. Many of the participants will probably arrive by bus at the Central Bus Station of the university which is close to the math building, a bit more towards North (=top of the plan).

Inside of the Mathematics building, use the staircase next to the main entrance and go up to the top.

Programm and Schedule

Conference Poster


You can download the conference poster here


Enrica Mazzon, Léonard Pille-Schneider, Debam Biswas

Conference Picture

Sponsors of the conference

This conference is funded by SFB 1085 "Higher Invariants"

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