This is an on-site event. In the unlikely event that public health measures related to COVID-19 make physical events infeasible, it will be held in a virtual online format.
Algebraic Complexity Theory is a vibrant field that has been seeing a tremendous amount of activity in the recent years. Its classical questions have been interwoven with deep questions from algebraic geometry, invariant theory, and representation theory. Researchers study a wide range of interlinked topics: arithmetic circuit lower bounds, algorithmic algebra, algorithmic invariant theory, geometric complexity theory, tensor rank, polynomial identity testing, and polynomial reconstruction, to name a few. The workshop brings together experts from different parts of this rich field to discuss the current state of the art, discover new connections, and set the directions for the future.
This is a tentative schedule, things might still move. More details will follow shortly.
|Mon 27||Tue 28||Wed 29||Thu 30||Fri 31||Sat 1|
|09:00-10:00 plenary talk: Tavenas||09:00-10:00 plenary talk: Fawzi||09:00-10:00 plenary talk: Shpilka||09:00-10:00 plenary talk: Qiao||09:00-10:00 plenary talk: Saxena||Departure|
|10:00-10:15 coffee break||10:00-10:15 coffee break||10:00-10:15 coffee break||10:00-10:15 coffee break||10:00-10:15 coffee break|
|10:15-10:45 talk||10:15-10:45 talk||10:15-10:45 talk||10:15-10:45 talk||10:15-11:15 plenary talk: Derksen|
|10:45-11:15 talk||10:45-11:15 talk||10:45-11:15 talk||10:45-11:15 talk|
|11:15-11:30 coffee break||11:15-11:30 coffee break||11:15-11:30 coffee break||11:15-11:30 coffee break||11:15-11:30 coffee break|
|11:30-12:00 talk||11:30-12:00 talk||11:30-12:00 talk||11:30-12:00 talk||11:30-12:00 talk|
|12:00-12:30 talk||12:00-12:30 talk||12:00-12:30 talk||12:00-12:30 talk||12:00-12:30 talk|
|12:30-14:00 lunch/discussion break||12:30-14:00 lunch/discussion break||12:30-14:00 lunch/discussion break||12:30-14:00 lunch/discussion break||12:30-14:00 lunch/discussion break|
|14:00-15:00 plenary talk: Curticapean||14:00-15:00 plenary talk: Vollmer||Excursion||14:00-15:00 plenary talk: Saraf||14:00-15:00 Open problem session|
|15:00-15:15 coffee break||15:00-15:15 coffee break||15:00-15:15 coffee break||Small group research+coffee+biscuits|
|15:15-15:45 talk||15:15-15:45 talk||15:15-15:45 talk|
|15:45-16:15 talk||15:45-16:15 talk||15:45-16:15 talk|
|16:15-16:30 coffee break||16:15-16:30 coffee break||16:15-16:30 coffee break|
|16:30-17:00 talk||16:30-17:00 talk||16:30-17:00 talk|
|17:00-17:30 talk||17:00-17:30 talk||17:00-17:30 talk|
|dinner on campus||dinner on campus||dinner on campus||dinner on campus|
If you wish to attend, please fill out the form. You are kindly requested to do so by 2023-Jan-20.
The form lets you also indicate if you require financial support (deadline 2022-Dec-16 has passed though), and if you would like to give a presentation.
Robert Andrews (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign), Amik Raj Behera (Aarhus University), CS Bhargav (IIT Kanpur), Vishwas Bhargava (University of Waterloo), Somnath Bhattacharjee (Chennai Mathematical Institute), Tejas Bhojraj (Chennai Mathematical Insitute), Peter Bürgisser (TU Berlin), Bruno Cavalar (Warwick), Abhranil Chatterjee (National Institute of Science Education and Research, Bhubaneswar, India), Prerona Chatterjee (Tel Aviv University), Hubie Chen (King's College London), Suryajith Chillara (International institute of information technology, Hyderabad), Nathaniel Aaron Collins (University of Colorado Boulder), Manik Dhar (Princeton University), Pranjal Dutta (NUS), Prateek Dwivedi (CSE, IIT Kanpur), Sarah Eggleston (Universität Osnabrück), Hervé Fournier (Université Paris Cité), Fulvio Gesmundo (Saarland University), Utsab Ghosal (Chennai Mathematical Institute), Tom Gur (Warwick), Christian Ikenmeyer (Warwick), Neeraj Kayal (Microsoft Research, Bangalore), Pascal Koiran (ENS Lyon), Mrinal Kumar (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research), Benjamin Lovitz (Northeastern University), Vladimir Lysikov (University of Copenhagen), Visu Makam (Radix Trading Europe B. V.), Guillaume Malod (Université Paris Cité), Kunal Mittal (Princeton University), Chandra Kanta Mohapatra (IIT Bombay, India), Saswata Mukherjee (Chennai Mathematical Institute), Saraswati Girish Nanoti (IIT Gandhinagar), Seyed Sajjad Nezhadi (University of Maryland), Ralihe Raul Villagran Olivas (Eindhoven University of Technology), Fedor Part (Institute of Mathematics CAS), Aditya Prakash (University of Warwick), Thejaswini Raghavan (University of Warwick), Roshan Raj (IIT Bombay), Ninad Rajgopal (University of Warwick), Varun Ramanathan (TIFR Mumbai), Subhayan Saha (ENS Lyon), Nitin Saurabh (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad), Shivdutt Sharma (Indian Institute of Information Technology Una), Amit Kumar Sinhababu (Chennai Mathematical Institute), KV Subrahmanyam (Chennai Mathematical Institute), Anamay Tengse (University of Haifa), Dhara Thakkar (IIT Gandhinagar), Chris Umans (Caltech), S. Venkitesh (University of Haifa), Ben Lee Volk (Reichman University), Harry Zisopoulos (Saarland University), Jeroen Zuiddam (University of Amsterdam)
If you travel on your own funds, we recommend the on-campus accommodation Scarman or Radcliffe, but there are many options in Coventry, Kenilworth, and Leamington Spa. Several bus lines connect the campus with the surrounding area, see the map and the timetables.
Organised by Christian Ikenmeyer and the administrative staff of the Department of Computer Science and the Warwick Mathematics Institute, and Martin Lotz and Abhiram Natarajan