Conformal and Cauchy-Riemann geometries have been active research areas of differential geometry, harking back to the work of Poincaré and Cartan at the turn of the twentieth century. Besides their importance in pure mathematics, these topics have found numerous applications in mathematical physics, notably in Penrose's twistor theory. This meeting will provide an opportunity for researchers working in these areas to interact and present their work.
To register to the conference and for enquires, please contact the organizers by e-mail at
Moscow (IITP) & Hradec Králové
Adam BacWarsaw (UW)
Florian BertrandBeirut (AUB)
Wojciech KamińskiWarsaw (UW)
Wojciech KryńskiWarsaw (IMPAN)
Thomas MettlerUniDistance Suisse
Katja SagerschnigWarsaw (CFT PAN)
David SykesBrno (Masaryk)
Andrew WaldronDavis (UCLA)
Lenka ZalabováČeské Budějovice & Brno (Masaryk)
Igor ZelenkoTexas (A&M)
Location: The conference will take place in Room B0.14, at the Faculty of Physics of the University of Warsaw, ul. Pasteura 5, 02-093 Warszawa, located in Old Ochota:
How to get to there: Warsaw has a convenient extensive public transport network. The nearest tram stop is Och-Teatr with trams 1, 15 and 25, which will take you to the city centre in about 15 min.
Recommended arrival: Saturday 15 July (evening).
Conference: From Sunday 16 July (morning) to Tuesday 18 July (evening).
Recommended departure: Wednesday 19 July (morning).
Accommodation: The Ibis Warszawa Reduta Hotel is conveniently located near the Faculty of Physics, but Warsaw offers a large selection of hotels across the city.