INdAM workshop on

Poisson Geometry and Higher Structures

Istituto Nazionale di Alta Matematica, Roma, 10--14 September, 2018

The aim of the workshop is to bring together researchers interested in Poisson and related geometries on one side, and higher structures on the other side, from Italy and from abroad, to improve further a well-established synergy. It will contribute to develop a coherent viewpoint of the many recent diverse developments in the field and to initiate new lines of research.

The conference will take place in the seminar room of the Istituto Nazionale di Alta Matematica "Francesco Severi", located in the Department of Mathematics of the University La Sapienza of Rome. The scientific activities of the conference will start at 2:30 PM on Monday 10 September and finish at 12:30 AM on Friday 14.

Due to space constraints, attendance is limited to 50 participants. To register, please send an email with your name and affiliation to . The deadline for the registration is 31 March 2018. In case of more than 50 registrations, a selection of participants will be made. Limited funds are available to cover the local expenses of participants. Unfortunately we will not be able to cover travel expenses. Please specify in the registration letter if you are requiring financial support.

Organizing committee:


  • Serguei Barannikov (IMJ-PRG & HSE)
  • Pierre Bieliavsky (UCL Bruxelles)
  • Alberto Cattaneo (Univ. Zurich)
  • Janusz Grabowski (IMPAN Warsaw)
  • Simone Gutt (UL Bruxelles)
  • Donatella Iacono (Univ. Bari)
  • Niels Kowalzig (Univ. Napoli)
  • Camille Laurent-Gengoux (Univ. Metz)
  • Ioan Marcut (Radboud Universiteit)
  • Eva Miranda (UP Barcelona)
  • Ryszard Nest (Univ. Copenhagen)
  • Cristian Ortiz (IME-USP)
  • Volodya Rubtsov (Univ. Angers)
  • Georgy Sharygin (MSU)
  • Pavol Severa (Univ. Geneva)
  • Ian Slovák (Masaryk University)
  • Stefan Waldmann (Univ. Wüerzburg)
  • Ping Xu (Penn State University)
  • Marco Zambon (KU Leuven)


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