Mirror Symmetry and Related Topics, Miami, January 28-February 2, 2019

Speakers:

Maxim Kontsevich
John Pardon
Paul Seidel

Mohammed Abouzaid
Lara Anderson
Denis Auroux
Pierrick Bousseau
George Dimitrov
Alexander Efimov
Kenji Fukaya
Sheel Ganatra
Alexander Goncharov
Fabian Haiden
Dmitry Kaledin
Mikhail Kapranov
Yankı Lekili
Ernesto Lupercio
Pranav Pandit
Tony Pantev
Vivek Shende
Bernd Siebert
Carlos Simpson
Yan Soibelman
Yuri Tschinkel
Jingyu Zhao

Organizers: D. Auroux, L. Katzarkov, M. Kontsevich, T. Pantev

This event is partially supported by the Simons Collaboration on Homological Mirror Symmetry. It will be held at or near the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida. The programme will feature 3 or 4 mini-courses and a range of research talks in various areas of homological mirror symmetry and related topics, over six days (starting on Monday morning and ending on Saturday at lunchtime).

This year’s mini-courses will be given by Maxim Kontsevich, John Pardon and Paul Seidel.

Practical information

Venue: The conference will take place at the Marriott Courtyard Coral Gables, from Monday morning until Saturday lunchtime.

Airport: Miami International Airport is about 7 miles away. The most convenient way to reach the conference venue is to take a taxi. Participants expecting reimbursement: please keep all your original boarding passes since they may be needed for reimbursement.

Registration: There will be a registration fee of $50 to cover the cost of refreshments at the conference (except for speakers). Non-speakers: please go here to register and pay the registration fee. You will need to make your own hotel reservation. Invited speakers: do not use this form, instead please see registration instructions sent to you by e-mail (or ask the organizers).

Hotel: Non-speakers will need to make their own hotel arrangements. We have reserved a block of rooms for the speakers at the Marriott Courtyard Coral Gables; invited speakers can request a hotel room when they register before December 7, see e-mail instructions from the organizers.
Non-speakers who are registered for the conference can reserve a room at the hotel and benefit from the special University of Miami rate ($197/night + 13% tax): when searching for rooms and rates on the Marriott website, under the “Special rates” drop-down menu, select “Corporate/Promo/SET” and enter the code “UOM”.

Conference dinner: There will be a conference dinner; details to be finalized. The cost will be $50 per person; please go here to register and pay. (We suggest waiting until the details of the dinner are known before registering).