Maxwell Institute for Mathematical Sciences

Magnitude 2019: Analysis, Category Theory, Applications

4 - 5 July 2019
Seminar Room G.03, Bayes Centre, University of Edinburgh
47 Potterrow, Edinburgh EH8 9BT

Organizers: Heiko Gimperlein (Heriot-Watt University)
Magnus Goffeng (Chalmers / University of Gothenburg)
Tom Leinster (University of Edinburgh)

Abstracts Schedule Open problems

Participants and slides: Yasuhiko Asao (Tokyo)
Juan Antonio Barcelo (Madrid)
Anders Björn (Linköping)
Jana Björn (Linköping)
Tony Carbery (Edinburgh)
Robin Cockett (Calgary)
Alexander Corner (Sheffield)
Heiko Gimperlein (Heriot-Watt)
Magnus Goffeng (Gothenburg)
Kiyonori Gomi (Shinshu)
Dejan Govc (Aberdeen)
Richard Hepworth (Aberdeen)
Ritva Hurri-Syrjänen (Helsinki)
Kevin Hughes (Bristol)
Tom Leinster (Edinburgh)
Nikoletta Louca (Edinburgh / Heriot-Watt)
Mark Meckes (Case Western)
Bino Nolting (Bremen)
Nina Otter (UCLA / Max Planck Leipzig)
Dorette Pronk (Dalhousie)
Callum Reader (Sheffield)
Emily Roff (Edinburgh)
Shilan Salim (Sheffield)
Phil Scott (Ottawa)
Mike Shulman (San Diego)
Jason Smith (Aberdeen)
Jakub Stocek (Edinburgh / Heriot-Watt)
Simon Willerton (Sheffield)
Masahiko Yoshinaga (Hokkaido)

Recently there have been big steps forward in the theory of magnitude - in the analysis of the magnitude function and its geometric content on the one hand, and, on the other, the birth of magnitude homology and cohomology and results about its relationship with persistent homology. That’s in addition to existing connections with algebra, graph theory, and the measurement of biodiversity. See here for links to further information.

It's time to bring all the involved colleagues together into the same room.
Information about travel to Edinburgh can be found here.
We acknowledge support by the Glasgow Mathematical Journal Trust Fund.