Algebraic Geometry and Complex Geometry
January 23 – 27, 2017

The aim of this conference is to get together algebraic geometers and complex geometers, around recent topics of interest. Participants are mostly researchers from European universities but everybody is welcome to participate (please note that the number of participants is limited).

It is organised by the GDR 3064 Geometrie Algebrique et Geometrie Complexe (Research Group of the CNRS).

Mornings will be devoted to 5 mini-courses, given by experts of important new developments.

The afternoons will be devoted to more specialized 50-minute talks. A ‘Short talks’ (10 minutes) session will also be organized during the conference to enable participants to talk about their works or address some open questions.

Scientific Committee

Cinzia Casagrande (University of Turin)
Manfred Lehn (University of Mainz)
Catriona MacLean (Université Grenoble Alpes)
Christophe Mourougane (Université de Rennes 1)

Organizing Committee

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


Dynamical degrees of birational transformations of surfaces

Log Calabi-Yau varieties, degenerations of Calabi-Yau varieties, and mirror symmetry

Birational geometry of moduli spaces

The non-archimedean SYZ bration

Stable rationality

Short Talks​

Symmetric differentials on complex hyperbolic manifolds with cusps

K-Stability of Fano spherical varieties

Example of a K3 automorphism factorization

Geometry of the moduli of parabolic bundles on elliptic curves   (slides)

Double ramification hierarchy

Differrential tropical geometry   (slides)

The real Cremona group​​


Finiteness results for real structures on rational surfaces

Sur l’amplitude du cotangent des intersections complètes

Enumeration of curves on K3 surfaces by polyhedral degenerations

Liouville’s inequality for transcendental points on projective varieties

    Perverse motives and mixed Hodge modules

    Maximal representations of uniform complex hyperbolic lattices

    Twisted Kodaira-Spencer classes and their use in the study of invariants of surfaces ℙ^4

    On the unirationality of Hurwitz spaces