Algebraic Geometry and Complex Geometry
November 23 -27, 2015
The aim of this conference is to get together algebraic geometers and complex geometers, around recent topics of interest.

It is organised by the GDR 3064 ‘Géométrie Algébrique et Géométrie Complexe‘ (Research Group of the CNRS).

Participants are mostly researchers from European universities but everybody is welcome to participate (please note that the number of participants is limited).

Mornings are devoted to 5 mini-courses, given by experts and focusing on important new developments.

The afternoons are devoted to more specialized one-hour talks.

Scientific Committee

Stéphane Druel (Université de Grenoble 1)
Gavril Farkas (University of Berlin)
Christophe Mourougane (Université de Rennes 1)

Organizing Committee

Amaël Broustet (Université Lille 1)
Boris Pasquier (Université Montpellier 2)


Le cône kählerien d’une variété hyperkählerienne

Stability and Applications to Birational and Hyperkaehler Geometry {Mini-course}

K-stabilité et géométrie kählérienne

Surfaces K3 sur les corps finis

Théorie des paires orbifoldes de F. Campana {Mini-course}


Non-symplectic automorphisms of fourfolds of K3[2]-type

Variétés dont la cohomologie est celle d’un tore

Métriques de Kähler-Einstein sur les compactifications de groupes

Mirror Symmetry for singularities

The Lang-Vojta conjecture and arithmetic niteness results for smooth hypersurfaces

  • Victor Lozovanu (Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu – Paris Rive Gauche)

A Reider-type theorem for higher syzygies on abelian surfaces

Positivity of Quantum K-theory for grassmannians

Cohomological Hall modules and Donaldson-Thomas theory with classical structure groups

  • Tony Yue Yu (Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu – Paris Rive Gauche)

Enumeration of curves via non-archimedean geometry