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DESCRIPTION:During the 2024-25 academic year the School will have a special
\nprogram on Algebraic and Geometric Combinatorics. June Huh from\nPrincet
on University will be the Distinguished Visiting Professor.\n\nMathematica
l objects often have a combinatorial structure\, sometimes\novertly and ot
her times in a concealed way. The special year will\nfocus on those resear
ch that uncovers and exploit such a structure in\nalgebra and geometry. Th
e program will bring together active\nresearchers from various fields\, in
cluding tropical geometry\, matroid\ntheory\, computational algebraic geom
etry\, representation theory\, toric\ngeometry\, Schubert geometry\, and '
algebra and geometry over the field\nof one element.' Many recent breakthr
oughs in these areas have come\nfrom teams of mathematicians with various
backgrounds spanning the\nabove disciplines\, a trend that is likely to co
ntinue. We will make a\nconcerted effort to foster the formation of such t
eams throughout the\nyear. Experimental methods using computational tools
will be actively\nexplored.\n\nConfirmed participants: Dave Anderson\, Fed
erico Ardila\, Shiyue Li\,\nLucia Lopez de Medrano\, Oliver Lorscheid\, Ma
teusz Michalek\, Leonardo\nMihalcea\, Igor Pak\, Greta Panova\, Sam Payne\
, Cecilia Salgado\, Alan\nStapledon and Liz Vivas.\n\nWORKSHOPS:\n\nThe 'G
eometry of Matroids' workshop is scheduled for October 21-25\,\n2024\, at
the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. Organized by\nMatt Baker\,
Chris Eur\, June Huh\, Oliver Lorscheid\, and Felipe Rincon\,\nthis event
aims to bring together leading researchers in different\nareas of combinat
orial geometry. This workshop is a part of the\nspecial year Algebraic and
Geometric Combinatorics.\n\nSee the Fall Workshop\n[https://www.ias.edu/m
ath/events/geometry-matroids-workshop] website\nfor more information.\n\n
\n\nThe 'Combinatorics of Fundamental Physics' workshop is scheduled for\n
November 18-22\, 2024\, at the Institute for Advanced Study in\nPrinceton.
\n\nOrganized by Nima Arkani-Hamed\, June Huh\, Thomas Lam\, and Bernd\nSt
urmfels\, this event aims to foster collaboration between\nmathematicians
and physicists. The focus will be on the intersection\nof combinatorial ge
ometry and fundamental physics\, covering topics\nlike scattering and stri
ng amplitudes\, positive geometry\, Euler\nintegrals\, and tropical moduli
spaces. This workshop is a part of the\nspecial year Algebraic and Geomet
ric Combinatorics.\n\nSee the workshop website\n[https://www.ias.edu/math/
events/combinatorics-fundamental-physics-workshop]\nfor more information.
\n \n\nThe 'Combinatorics of Enumerative Geometry' workshop is scheduled f
or\nFebruary 3-7\, 2025\, at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton
.\n\nOrganized by Paolo Aluffi\, Dave Anderson\, June Huh\, and Leonardo\n
Mihalcea\, this workshop is dedicated to the exploration of the\ncombinato
rial dimensions of intersection theory and enumerative\ngeometry\, broadly
interpreted. Topics include characteristic classes\nof matroids and Schub
ert varieties\, classical and quantum intersection\nrings of flag manifold
s\, and applications of tropical geometry. This\nworkshop is a part of the
special year Algebraic and Geometric\nCombinatorics.\n\nSee the Spring Wo
rkshop\n[https://www.ias.edu/math/events/workshop-combinatorics-enumerativ
e-geometry]\nwebsite for more information.\n\nPlease email the organizers
with questions.
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SUMMARY:Special Year on Algebraic and Geometric Combinatorics
URL:https://www.ias.edu/math/events/sp/24-25
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