Deep interactions between algebra and
dynamics have been a central feature of symplectic topology since its first
steps in the 1970-80s: on one hand, Hamiltonian dynamics has been used to study algebraic structures encoding geometric properties of a symplectic manifold
and its submanifolds (e.g. various versions of quantum and Lagrangian Floer
homology), as well as such basic algebraic objects as the group of
symplectomorphisms of the manifold and the Poisson-Lie algebra of functions on
the manifold, while, on the other hand, the study of these algebraic
structures has produced interesting applications to Hamiltonian dynamics.
The goal of the workshop is to bring
together leading researchers working on these developments, broaden their
perspective and help them to find out new links between their approaches.
For registration please contact
the workshop coordinator, Ms. Eline Zehavi, at email@example.com.
Unfortunately, at the moment we
cannot offer any financial assistance to participants other than the invited
Michael Entov (Technion), Yaron Ostrover
(Tel Aviv University)
administrative information please contact:
Eline Zehavi, Conference