Noncommutative Algebraic Geometry
Shanghai Workshop 2014

August 25-29, 2014



Objectives

This is the third Shanghai workshop on Noncommutative Algebraic geometry. The conference emphasizes on most significant developments, new research directions and interactions with other fields such as noncommutative algebra, representation theory, algebraic geometry, and mathematical physics. The leading experts in this area will present recent important progress achieved during the last few years.

Organizers

Quanshui Wu, Fudan University, China qswu@fudan.edu.cn
J. Toby Stafford, University of Manchester, UK toby.stafford@manchester.ac.uk
Michel Van den Bergh, Universiteit Hasselt, Belgium michel.vandenbergh@uhasselt.be
James J. Zhang, University of Washington, USA zhang@math.washington.edu



Venue

School of Mathematical Sciences, Fudan University, Shanghai, 200433, China. All lectures are given in Room 2001, Guanghua Tower (East), Fudan University.

Accommodation

1. Most invited participants (including invited speakers) will be arranged to stay at Fudan Yanyaun Guesthouse. You can go there direct on Sunday, August 24. Click here for the address of Fudan Yanyuan Guesthouse. If you take taxi to Yanyuan Guesthouse, print out this address.

2. Crowne Plaza Fudan is a five-star hotel on campus, see Crowne Plaza at Shanghai Fudan.
If you like to stay at Crowne Plaza at Shanghai Fudan, please book your room using the above website. Due to the grant regulations, the workshop cannot pay for your expenses at Crowne Plaza Fudan. If you take taxi to Crowne Plaza at Shanghai Fudan, print out this address.

Registration Fee


If you are interested in attending the workshop, please email your name and affiliation to both Quanshui Wu qswu@fudan.edu.cn and James J. Zhang zhang@math.washington.edu.

Registration Fee is 120 US dollars (including most of meals). Registration fee is due upon your arrival.

Sponsors

Fudan University
School of Mathematical Sciences, Fudan University
Shanghai Center for Mathematical Sciences, Fudan University

Program

Click here for a program ( schedule and abstract ).

A list of participants

Click here for a partial list of participants. Click here for conference photo 1, and conference photo 2.


Visa


It is recommended to apply for tourist visa (L-visa) which doesn't need an official invitation. If you need an invitation letter for your visa application, please email Quanshui Wu qswu@fudan.edu.cn the following information. A visa notification will be faxed to you in about three weeks.
1. Name, gender, birth-date;
2. Contact information including your fax number;
3. Nationality, passport number, expiration date;
4. Which Chinese Consulate/Embassy your application to be submitted to.



Transportation



Please check Fudan Website for updated information.

1. From Pudong Airport (PVG) to Fudan University:

  • Take taxi (about 50 minutes, about 170RMB). (Recommended for non-Chinese visitors.)
  • Take Maglev Speed Train to Long Yang Road Station (50 RMB), then take taxi (about 60 RMB). (NOT recommended for first time visitors.)
  • Take Airport Bus Line #4, get off at Wu Jiao Chang Station (20 RMB). Then walk for 10 minutes.
  • Take Metro Line #2, change to Metro Line #10 at East Nan Jing Road Stattion, get off at Jiangwan Stadium Station (7 RMB). Then walk for 10 minutes.

  • 2. From Hongqiao Airport (SHA) or Hongqiao Railway Station to Fudan University:

  • Take taxi (about 95RMB).
  • Take Metro Line #10 to Wu Jiao Chang Station (5 RMB). Then walk for 10 minutes.

  • 3. From Shanghai Railway Station to Fudan University:

  • Take taxi (about 40RMB).
  • Take Bus #942 outside the north exit to Fudan University Station (2RMB).

  • 4. From Shanghai South Railway Station to Fudan University:

  • Take taxi (about 95RMB).
  • Take Metro Line #3 to Da Bai Shu Station. Then take taxi (about 14 RMB).
  • Take Bus #133 to Fudan University Station (2RMB).


    Other Information

  • Weather

  • Weather

  • Shanghai and Around

    Shanghai is one of the largest cities in the world. It is one of the most rapidly developing and most dynamic cities in China. There are a few middle sized cities around the Shanghai area: Hangzhou, Nanjing, Suzhou, Wuxi and Yangzhou.

  • Tour

    A few of us plan to visit Guilin (and the Li river) before the workshop.