Poisson algebras and deformations,
and so on.
More importantly, several extremely difficult and longstanding
open questions have been settled during the last two years by
using ideas from noncommutative algebraic geometry, homological
algebra, and categorical approaches in the research topics mentioned
The aim of the workshop is to bring together a group of leading
experts to promote a set of new and challenging questions in this area.
James J. Zhang, University of Washington, USA
Savery Hall, Room 132, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195, USA
Participants should arrange their own accommodation during the workshop.
Here is a list of hotels near the University
Click here for a
A list of participants
Click here for
a list of participants,
conference photo 1 and
conference photo 2
A campus map with building list can be found on the
University of Washington website.
All lectures are given in Savery Hall, Room 132.
Savery Hall is located
near the center of the north central part of the UW campus, see
The Department of Mathematics is located at
Padelford Hall, C-wing.
Arriving in Seattle
- One easy way from SEA/TAC airport to the University is to take a
- You could also take taxi or light rail.
- If you are familiar with the Seattle bus system, you could take light
rail to downtown Seattle, and change bus from downtown to your
Metro Transit's Trip Planner can help you to find the