New Developments in Quantum Topology

We are pleased to announce a conference on New Developments in Quantum Topology, to be held June 3-7, 2019 on the campus of University of California, Berkeley.

The conference will feature a combination of pedagogical and research talks, on new developments at the interface of quantum field theory, string theory, and low-dimensional topology. Graduate students are especially encouraged to apply and attend.

Here is the conference schedule, and the list of titles and abstracts.

The list of speakers includes:

  • Jorgen Andersen
  • Francis Bonahon
  • Francesco Costantino
  • Thomas Creutzig
  • Vladimir Fock
  • Sarah Harrison
  • Effie Kalfagianni
  • Rinat Kashaev
  • Nariya Kawazumi
  • Azat Gainutdinov
  • Sergei Gukov
  • Bertrand Patureau
  • Du Pei
  • Pavel Putrov
  • Lev Rozansky

This conference is supported by an NSF Focused Research Group grant. We will be able to offer some funding for domestic travel and accommodation to senior graduate students and early career researchers.

Registration is now closed.

We are committed to strengthening mathematics at all levels, and encourage graduate students, junior faculty, women, and minorities to participate.


Tudor Dimofte, University of California, Davis
Nathan Geer, Utah State University
Kohno Toshitake, University of Tokyo
Nicolai Reshetikhin, University of California, Berkeley