Workshop on Knots in Theory and the Sciences


The goal of this workshop is to bring together experts working on different aspects of the wide field of knot theory - from applications in sciences like biology and physics, over classical topological questions to pure geometrical analysis. We expect from these interdisciplinary interactions a fruitful interchange of ideas and problems.



Speaker:

Jason Cantarella (University of Georgia) Elizabeth Denne (Washington Lee)
Giovanni Dietler (EPFL) Claus Ernst (Western Kentucky U)
Gyo Taek Jin (KAIST) John Maddocks (EPFL)
Kenneth C. Millett (UC Santa Barbara) Takeyuki Nagasawa (Saitama University)
Chiara Oberti (University of Milano-Bicocca) Jun O'Hara (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
Eric Rawdon (St. Thomas) Renzo Ricca (Università di Milano - Bicocca)
Radmila Sazdanovic (North Carolina State U) Sebastian Scholtes (RWTH Aachen Unversity)
Henrik Schumacher (U Hamburg) Eugene Starostin (UCL)
Andrzej Stasiak (Uni Lausanne) Paweł Strzelecki (University of Warsaw)
John M. Sullivan (TU Berlin) Piotr Szymczak (University of Warsaw)
Heiko von der Mosel (RWTH Aachen Unversity)

Organizers:

Simon Blatt (U Salzburg) -  Philipp Reiter (U Duisburg - Essen) - Armin Schikorra (U Basel)

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