Algebraicity and Transcendence for Singular Differential Equations

The format of this two-weeks event is audience-oriented: Instead of having a sequel of very specialized talks on the speaker's own favorite research theme we plan to design a list of topics and techniques of general interest from which the participants can learn in order to enrich and facilitate their own work. In this spirit, speakers are asked to prepare material suggested by the organizers (but of course coordinated with them) and to present it in an accessible manner enabling a deeper understanding of the main aspects.

The first week will be more in "Summer School Style", with four mini-courses (four sessions each), complemented by working and exercise sessions in small groups. This week should be valuable for both students and senior researchers.

The second week will be more "Conference Style", but again emphasizing the dialogue and allowing for discussions during the presentations.

The theme of the program "Algebraicity and Transcendence for Singular Differential Equations" represents a rich source of phenomena, techniques, problems, ranging from analysis to algebra, number theory and combinatorics, often based on and stimulated by experimental material and long-ranging conjectures. We are looking forward to have an exciting event.

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Name Affiliation
Alin Bostan INRIA Paris
Francis Brown University of Oxford
Herwig Hauser University of Vienna
Shihoko Ishii University of Tokyo
Hiraku Kawanoue Chubu University
Michael Singer North Carolina State University


Name Affiliation
Hiroki Aoki Tokyo University of Science
Matthias Aschenbrenner University of Vienna
Frits Beukers Utrecht University
Manfred Buchacher Johannes Kepler Universität
Francisco Castro Universidad de Sevilla
Gilles Christol Université de Jussieu
Éric Delaygue Institute Camille Jordan
Roland Donninger University of Vienna
Javier Fresán Sorbonne University
Florian Fürnsinn University of Vienna
Nutsa Gegelia Johannes-Gutenberg Universität Mainz
Vasily Golyshev Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretial Physics
Yoshishige Haraoka Josai University
Charlotte Hardouin Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse
Zhiqiang He CNRS - Université Grenoble Alpes
Manuel Kauers Johannes Kepler Universität
Christoph Koutschan Johann Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics
Christian Krattenthaler University of Vienna
Anton Mellit University of Vienna
Armin Rainer University of Vienna
Bruno Salvy Inria Lyon
Marius van der Put University of Groningen
Duco van Straten Johannes-Gutenberg Universität Mainz
Daniel Vargas-Montoya Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse
Masha Vlasenko Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Shoji Yokura Kagoshima University
Masaaki Yoshida Fukuoka University
Sergey Yurkevich University of Vienna
At a glance
Oct. 7, 2024 — Oct. 19, 2024
ESI Boltzmann Lecture Hall
Alin Bostan (INRIA Paris)
Francis Brown (U Oxford)
Herwig Hauser (U of Vienna)
Shihoko Ishii (U Tokyo)
Hiraku Kawanoue (Chubu U, Kasugai City)
Michael Singer (North Carolina State U)