D-modules, quantum geometry, and related topics

Asia/Tokyo
Room 420 (RIMS Kyoto)

Room 420

RIMS Kyoto

Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN
Description

If needed, select English language on the top right of this page

Deadlines

  • October 1st:
    • Application to the poster session
    • Request for the arrangement of an hotel room
    • Request for the support of local and travel expenses
  • November 19:
    • Registration to the conference
    • Registration to the social dinner

 

Overview

D-modules have recently played an important role in various fields of mathematics, including algebraic geometry, mathematical physics, arithmetic geometry, etc. The aim of this conference is to present several important developments related with D-modules. A series of survey talks on four active topics will be given by leading experts, together with research talks on related topics.

List of invited speakers (survey talks)

List of invited speakers (research talks)

Scientific committee

Financial support

  • Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences
  • JSPS grant 17H06127

Poster of the conference

Participants
  • Anatol Kirillov
  • Andreas Hohl
  • Anne Moreau
  • Arata Komyo
  • Atsushi Yamashiro
  • Brian Hepler
  • Byung Hee An
  • Carlos Simpson
  • Christophe Mourougane
  • Claude Sabbah
  • Daichi Mukai
  • Daniel Sternheimer
  • Davide Barco
  • Dennis Eriksson
  • Dima Arinkin
  • Frank Loray
  • Fumihiko Sanda
  • Gerard Freixas Montplet
  • Hiraku Nakajima
  • Hiroshi Iritani
  • Hiroshi Naruse
  • Hiroshi Ohta
  • Hiroyuki Fuji
  • Hisashi Kasuya
  • Huachen Chen
  • Ikuo Satake
  • Jacob Gross
  • Jacopo Stoppa
  • Jaeyoo Choy
  • Javier Fresán
  • Jiro Sekiguchi
  • Joseph Ayoub
  • Kaoru Ono
  • Kazuki Tokimoto
  • Ken Sumi
  • Ken-ichi Yoshikawa
  • Kenichiro Kimura
  • Kenta Kobayashi
  • Kimio Ueno
  • Kirill Salmagambetov
  • Kiyoshi Takeuchi
  • Ko-Ki Ito
  • Kohei Iwaki
  • Konstantin Jakob
  • Kouichi Takemura
  • Lawrence Barrott
  • Makiko Mase
  • Mao Iwasaki
  • Marco Hien
  • Masahiko Saito
  • Masahiko Yoshinaga
  • Masaki Kashiwara
  • Masaki Yoshino
  • Masashi Hamanaka
  • Maxim Kontsevich
  • Michiaki Inaba
  • Morimichi Kawasaki
  • Motohico Mulase
  • Mutsumi Saito
  • Navid Nabijou
  • Nobuhiko Tahara
  • Norio Suzuki
  • Okuda Nobuki
  • Pengfei Huang
  • Robin van der Veer
  • Roman Fedorov
  • Ryosuke Kodera
  • Ryota Hirakawa
  • Ryota Mikami
  • Saiei-Jaeyeong Matsubara-Heo
  • Sampei Usui
  • Sanghyeon Lee
  • Satoshi Minabe
  • Shane Kelly
  • Shigefumi Mori
  • Shigeru Takeuchi
  • Shinobu Hikami
  • Shinobu Hosono
  • Shoji Yokura
  • Szilard Szabo
  • Takahiro Oba
  • Takahiro Saito
  • Takashi Fujiwara
  • Takashi Otofuji
  • Takayuki Koike
  • Takuro Mochizuki
  • Tao Su
  • Taro Fujisawa
  • Tasuki Kinjo
  • Tatsuki Kuwagaki
  • Tatsuyuki Hikita
  • Teruhisa Koshikawa
  • Thomas Zielinski
  • Tomohide Terasoma
  • Tomohiro Iwami
  • Tomoyuki Arakawa
  • Veronica Fantini
  • Wataru Yuasa
  • Yohei Ito
  • Yoshishige Haraoka
  • Yota Shamoto
  • Youngjin Bae
  • Yukari Ito
  • Yuki Matsubara
  • Yukinobu Toda
  • Yumiko Takei
  • Yuto Morimura
  • Yuuki Shiraishi
  • Zhi Jiang
  • Zhiyu Tian
    • 09:00 10:00
      Welcome and registration (Room 415) 1h Room 415

      Room 415

      RIMS Kyoto

    • 10:00 11:00
      Introduction to the geometric Langlands conjecture (1) 1h Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN

      The geometric Langlands program takes its origin from a series of conjectures formulated by Langlands in late 1960's. A geometric version of these conjectures relates two natural spaces associated to a Riemann surface: the space of vector bundles and the space of local systems. In my talks, I will provide an informal introduction to the (global) geometric Langlands conjecture. I will then focus on some recent developments in this area, which combine classical ideas and modern tools. Finally, I will discuss some related `flavors' of the geometric Langlands program: its classical limit and its quantization.

      Speaker: Dima Arinkin
    • 11:00 11:30
      Coffee break 30m Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN
    • 11:30 12:30
      Generalized Riemann-Hilbert correspondence (1) 1h Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN

      Let P be a compact holomorphic Poisson manifold with an open dense symplectic leaf M. Then, under certain convergence assumptions, one can define two triangulated categories over complex numbers. The first category (A-model) is the compact Fukaya category of M considered as a real symlectic manifold endowed with a with B-field. The second category is the category of perfect modules over the non-perturbative deformation quantization of P, with the vanishing restriction to P-M. Generalized Riemann-Hilbert correspondence is a conjectured (by Y. Soibelman and me) equivalence between these two categories. I'll explain in details this conjecture and related companion conjectures. Also I'll illustrate it in the case of usual holonomic D-modules (when M is a cotangent bundle), and of q-difference and elliptic difference equations.

      Speaker: Maxim Kontsevich
    • 12:30 14:00
      Lunch 1h 30m
    • 14:00 15:00
      Toward a construction of 2-parameter family of Painlevé tau-function via the topological recursion 1h Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN

      Painlevé equations are 2nd order non-linear ODEs with many interesting properties (Painlevé property, isomonodromy deformation, space of initial conditions…). In our previous work with O. Marchal and A. Saenz, it was shown that the tau-function corresponding to a particular solution of Painlevé equations (called 0-parameter solution) can be constructed as a partition function of the topological recursion applied to a family of singular elliptic curves parametrized by isomonodormic time (based on the idea of earlier work by G. Borot and B. Eynard). In this talk, I will present a conjectural expression of the tau-function corresponding to the general solution (called 2-parameter solution) of the first Painlevé equation through the topological recursion applied to a family of smooth elliptic curves.

      Speaker: Kohei Iwaki
    • 15:00 15:30
      Coffee break 30m Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN
    • 15:30 16:30
      Duality of surface graphs and CohFT 1h Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN

      We will present an alternative formulation of cohomological field theories based on the categories of surface graphs. The aim of this formalism is to visualize the classification theorem due to Givental and Teleman. Surface graph duality leads to a Frobenius-Hopf correspondence, which illuminates the structure theorem of semi-simple CohFT. Talk is based on my joint work with O. Dumitrescu.

      Speaker: Motohico Mulase
    • 10:00 11:00
      Variations of BPS structure and enumerative geometry (1) 1h Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN

      A “variation of BPS structure” is a nice name for the kind of infinite dimensional bundle with connection one can construct, at least formally, starting from the Donaldson-Thomas type invariants of a Calabi-Yau threefold. In the first part of the talk I will offer an introduction to this circle of ideas, pointing to a lot of references. Then I will focus on the concrete example of what happens in this construction when we start with the DT invariants counting 1-dimensional torsion sheaves, or more generally sheaf-theoretic Gopakumar-Vafa invariants. The answer is closely related to the Gromov-Witten partition function. This second part is based on work of Bridgeland and on some work in progress.

      Speaker: Jacopo Stoppa
    • 11:00 11:30
      Coffee break 30m Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN
    • 11:30 12:30
      Exponential motives (1) 1h Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN

      What motives are to algebraic varieties, exponential motives are to algebraic varieties together with a regular function. Such pairs arise in a wealth of contexts: as Landau-Ginzburg models in mirror symmetry of Fano varieties, in the cohomological interpretation of exponential sums over finite fields, or when trying to treat numbers such as exponentials or special values of the gamma function on an equal footing to periods. Following ideas of Kontsevich, Katz, and Nori, one can construct a Tannakian category of exponential motives over a subfield of the complex numbers and a realisation functor with values on a suitable subcategory of mixed Hodge modules over the affine line. I will first explain the construction of the category and a useful criterion to decide whether an exponential motive is classical or not. I will then illustrate this criterion with an example where it allows one to study L-functions associated with symmetric power moments of Kloosterman sums. The talks are based on joint work with Peter Jossen (first part) and with Claude Sabbah and Jeng-Daw Yu (second part).

      Speaker: Javier Fresán
    • 12:30 14:00
      Lunch 1h 30m
    • 14:00 15:00
      Birational geometry for d-critical loci and wall-crossing in Calabi-Yau 3-folds 1h Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN

      In this talk, I will discuss birational geometry for Joyce's d-critical loci, by introducing notions such as 'd-critical flips', 'd-critical flops', etc. I will show that several wall-crossing phenomena of moduli spaces of stable objects on Calabi-Yau 3-folds are described in terms of d-critical birational geometry, e.g. certain wall-crossing diagrams of Pandharipande-Thomas stable pair moduli spaces form a d-critical minimal model program. I will also show the existence of semi-orthogonal decompositions of the derived categories under simple d-critical flips satisfying some conditions. This is motivated by a d-critical analogue of Bondal-Orlov, Kawamata's D/K equivalence conjecture, and also gives a categorification of wall-crossing formula of Donaldson-Thomas invariants.

      Speaker: Yukinobu Toda
    • 15:00 15:30
      Coffee break 30m Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN
    • 15:30 16:30
      Quantum D-modules and toric flips 1h Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN

      In this talk, I will describe how the quantum D-modules of toric orbifolds change under toric birational transformations. The analysis is based on mirror symmetry for toric orbifolds studied in joint work with Coates, Corti and Tseng. I will also discuss how the gamma integral structures are related in some special cases. This suggests a certain functorial relationship of quantum D-modules under birational transformations.

      Speaker: Hiroshi Iritani
    • 17:00 18:00
      Poster Session Cooperative Store, Second floor (Cooperative Store)

      Cooperative Store, Second floor

      Cooperative Store

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN &mdash; <a href="http://www.kurims.kyoto-u.ac.jp/en/access-01.html" target="_blank">Access to RIMS</a>
    • 18:00 20:30
      Social Dinner Cooperative Store, Second floor (Cooperative Store)

      Cooperative Store, Second floor

      Cooperative Store

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN &mdash; <a href="http://www.kurims.kyoto-u.ac.jp/en/access-01.html" target="_blank">Access to RIMS</a>

      A fee is expected to be asked to participants

    • 09:30 10:30
      Sandwich resolution of a dual free associative algebra 1h Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN

      Let D be the graded Q vector space generated by motivic multiple zeta values modulo “π^2”. The depth filtration is defined as the subspaces of D generated by MZV's whose lengths are less than or equal to given numbers. Broadhurst and Kreimer gave a conjecture on the two variable generating function of the dimensions of weight n and depth d part. This conjecture suggests the existence of an influence of mixed elliptic motives on mixed Tate motives. The Hopf algebra classifying the mixed elliptic motives is given by the relative bar complex defined by Hain. In this talk, we introduce a certain resolution, called a sandwich resolution of a dual free associative algebra motivated by the Broadhurst-Kreimer's generating function and the relative bar complex.

      Speaker: Tomohide Terasoma
    • 10:45 11:45
      The foliated topology and higher differential Galois theory 1h Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN

      The foliated topology is a direct analog of the étale topology in the category of schematic foliations. In the same way that étale topology is related to Galois theory, the foliated topology is related to differential Galois theory. However, in the latter context, a new phenomenon appears: differential fields tend to have higher differential Galois groups. I will report on some computations of higher differential Galois groups and, if time permits, I will describe a interesting open question.

      Speaker: Joseph Ayoub
    • 12:00 13:00
      Higgs bundles for the Geometric Langlands correspondence 1h Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN

      We present current joint work with Donagi and Pantev, on the construction of some local systems entering into the geometric Langlands correspondence, by constructing the corresponding parabolic logarithmic Higgs bundles. We look at the case of a compact genus 2 curve. The key feature, as predicted by the program of Donagi and Pantev, is that the spectral variety of the Higgs bundle on Bun is identified with a blow-up of the Hitchin fiber.

      Speaker: Carlos Simpson
    • 13:00 14:00
      Lunch 1h
    • 14:00 16:30
      Afternoon free 2h 30m
    • 10:00 11:00
      Introduction to the geometric Langlands conjecture (2) 1h Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN

      The geometric Langlands program takes its origin from a series of conjectures formulated by Langlands in late 1960's. A geometric version of these conjectures relates two natural spaces associated to a Riemann surface: the space of vector bundles and the space of local systems. In my talks, I will provide an informal introduction to the (global) geometric Langlands conjecture. I will then focus on some recent developments in this area, which combine classical ideas and modern tools. Finally, I will discuss some related `flavors' of the geometric Langlands program: its classical limit and its quantization.

      Speaker: Dima Arinkin
    • 11:00 11:30
      Coffee break 30m Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN
    • 11:30 12:30
      Generalized Riemann-Hilbert correspondence (2) 1h Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN

      Let P be a compact holomorphic Poisson manifold with an open dense symplectic leaf M. Then, under certain convergence assumptions, one can define two triangulated categories over complex numbers. The first category (A-model) is the compact Fukaya category of M considered as a real symlectic manifold endowed with a with B-field. The second category is the category of perfect modules over the non-perturbative deformation quantization of P, with the vanishing restriction to P-M. Generalized Riemann-Hilbert correspondence is a conjectured (by Y. Soibelman and me) equivalence between these two categories. I'll explain in details this conjecture and related companion conjectures. Also I'll illustrate it in the case of usual holonomic D-modules (when M is a cotangent bundle), and of q-difference and elliptic difference equations.

      Speaker: Maxim Kontsevich
    • 12:30 14:00
      Lunch 1h 30m
    • 14:00 15:00
      Coherent Satake functor 1h Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN

      To a reductive group G one can associate the so-called Langlands dual group G^. The geometric Satake equivalence is the statement that the category of representations of G^ can be recovered as the category of G(O)-equivariant D-modules on the affine Grassmannain of G. (In fact, this can be taken as the definition of G^ via the Tannakian formalism). I will discuss an ongoing project with D. Arinkin where we aim at constructing the quasi-classical limit of the Satake equivalence, laying foundations for the local Hitchin-Langlands duality.

      Speaker: Roman Fedorov
    • 15:00 15:30
      Coffee break 30m Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN
    • 15:30 16:30
      Wild Hitchin moduli spaces 1h Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN

      We consider a wild Hitchin moduli space on P1 with a wild singularity at 0 and a possible tame singularity at infinity. This moduli space has rich structures, some of which are not true for the usual cases. Moreover it is expected that this geometry is connected with representation theory of affine Lie algebras at admissble level. Based on the joint work arXiv:1809.043638 with Dedushenko, Gukov, Pei and Ye.

      Speaker: Hiraku Nakajima
    • 10:00 11:00
      Variations of BPS structure and enumerative geometry (2) 1h Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN

      In the first part of the talk I will describe what happens when we construct, at least formally, the “variation of BPS structure” starting from DT invariants which are no longer torsion, but framed, i.e. Pandharipande-Thomas stable pairs. The Gromov-Witten partition function reappears in a different limit. In the second part of the talk I will go back to torsion invariants and explain how the corresponding “variation of BPS structure” can be described in terms of much more familiar differential equations of hypergeometric type. Based on arXiv:1705.08820 and arXiv:1712.01221.

      Speaker: Jacopo Stoppa
    • 11:00 11:30
      Coffee break 30m Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN
    • 11:30 12:30
      Exponential motives (2) 1h Room 420

      Room 420

      RIMS Kyoto

      Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502 JAPAN

      What motives are to algebraic varieties, exponential motives are to algebraic varieties together with a regular function. Such pairs arise in a wealth of contexts: as Landau-Ginzburg models in mirror symmetry of Fano varieties, in the cohomological interpretation of exponential sums over finite fields, or when trying to treat numbers such as exponentials or special values of the gamma function on an equal footing to periods. Following ideas of Kontsevich, Katz, and Nori, one can construct a tannakian category of exponential motives over a subfield of the complex numbers and a realisation functor with values on a suitable subcategory of mixed Hodge modules over the affine line. I will first explain the construction of the category and a useful criterion to decide whether an exponential motive is classical or not. I will then illustrate this criterion with an example where it allows one to study L-functions associated with symmetric power moments of Kloosterman sums. The talks are based on joint work with Peter Jossen (first part) and with Claude Sabbah and Jeng-Daw Yu (second part).

      Speaker: Javier Fresán
    • 12:30 14:00
      Lunch 1h 30m
Your browser is out of date!

Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now

×