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Paul Glezen

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Geometry & Physics Conference
Posted: Oct 29, 1992 10:51 AM
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A Conference on Topics in

Geometry & Physics


November 5-6, 1992

University of Southern California


************* Program **************


Time Thursday, November 5 Friday, November 6

9:00 - 10:30 Greg Zuckerman, Yale Univ. Brian Greene,
Cornell Univ.

Differential graded algebras Mirror manifolds in
higher
in string theory dimensions


10:30 - 11:00 BREAK BREAK


11:00 - 12:30 Jim Stasheff, UNC Chapel Hill David Morrison, Duke
Univ.

Closed string field theory, Quantum algebraic
geometry
strong homotopic Lie algebras
and the operad action of moduli
space


12:30 - 2:00 LUNCH LUNCH


2:00 - 3:30 Maxim, Kontsevich, IAS S. T. Yau, Harvard
Univ.

Non-commutative calculus (tentative)
and topological field theory


3:30 - 4:00 BREAK BREAK


4:00 - 5:30 Scott Axelrod, MIT Mike Freedman, UCSD

More on Chern-Simons A Mobius-invariant
energy on
perturbation theory knots in three-space


All lectures will be held in the Gerontology Auditorium (between the
math and
physics departments) on the main campus of USC. The conference is
followed on
November 7-8 by a regional meeting of the American Mathematical Society
at USC;
see the AMS publications for details.

For further information, contact Lesley Newton at 213-740-7361 or
lnewton@mtha.usc.edu or contact Bob Penner at 213-740-2422 or
rpenner@mtha.usc.edu.

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