G^{3}MiniWorkshop:
Gauge theory and Geometry in Göttingen
Göttingen, March 1  March 4, 2018
Very recently a relation between special Kähler manifolds and hyperKähler manifolds equipped with the structure of a holomorphic Lagrangian fibration became an object of intense studies both in physics and mathematics. A wellknown example comes from gauge theory: The Hitchin moduli space is equipped with a natural hyperKähler metric, which admits the structure of a holomorphic Lagrangian fibration.
The main goal of this miniworkshop is to gather experts in the field to share their knowledge and to discuss open problems. Particular focus will be on interactions between geometry, analysis, and physics.
Schedule
01.03  

13:0014:00  Swann 
14:0014:30  Tea/Coffe 
14:3015:30  Neitzke I 
16:0017:00  Mazzeo I 

02.03  03.03  04.03 

09:3010:30  Mazzeo II  Neitzke III  Beck 
10:3011:00  Tea/Coffe  Tea/Coffe  Tea/Coffe 
11:0012:00  Cortes  Bielawski  Neitzke IV 
13:3014:30  Neitzke II  Mazzeo III  
14:3015:00  Tea/Coffe  Tea/Coffe  
15:0016:00  Callies  Mazzeo IV 
Talks
Roger Bielawski  Moduli spaces of NahmSchmid equations 
Florian Beck  tt^{*}geometry and (parabolic) Higgs bundles 
Martin Callies  Isolated singularities of special Kähler structures in dimension two 
Vicente Cortes  Quaternionic Kähler manifolds of cohomogeneity one 
Rafe Mazzeo  I: Geometry of the Hitchin moduli space II: The KapustinWitten equations III: The Extended Bogomolny equations 
Andy Neitzke  A twistorial description of hyperkahler metrics on integrable systems 
Andrew Swann  Special geometry, the cmap and twists 