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Conference "Tropical varieties and amoebas in higher dimension"

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16 apr 2018 - 20 apr 2018

KTH and IML Stockholm

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This is the first announcement for the conference "Tropical varieties and amoebas in higher dimension" which will take place at the KTH Stockholm April 16-20, 2018. This is the final conference of the programme "Tropical geometry, amoebas and polytopes" which will take place at the Institute Mittag Leffler in spring 2018. As final conference, it is intended to cover a broad range of topics that will be of interest during the programme, in particular tropical algebra and applications; combinatorics, polytopes, and complexity; moduli spaces of curves and mirror symmetry; and tropical geometry and amoebas in higher dimension. Participation in the conference is open to everyone (and in particular not restricted to participants in the programme).

Speakers include Dan Abramovich, Anders Björner (TBC), Erwan Brugallé, Melody Chan, June Huh, Kiran Kedlaya (TBC), Diane Maclagan, Grigory Mikhalkin, Johannes Nicaise, Sam Payne, Kristin Shaw, Frank Sottile, Bernd Sturmfels, August Tsikh, Annette Werner, Jonathan Wise. More speakers will be announced soon.

For more information, please check http://www.mittag-leffler.se/Workshop-on-Tropical-varieties-and-amoebas-in-higher-dimension

To register, please use https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe-7IzWvSktFJOLK6OSk4qtEAys3HK7gd9PXQpdOfNZxF6LHQ/viewform

For hotel booking, travel questions or any other administrative matters please contact Ann-Britt Isaksson Öhman (annbritt(AT)kth.se).

Please forward to potential participants.

Sandra Di Rocco, Jan Draisma, Anders Jensen, Hannah Markwig, Benjamin Nill

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