October 10 - 14, 2017
Castle Rauischholzhausen
Lie Theory, Geometry, and Differential Equations




Travel information


For all practical questions:
please contact the conference secretary, Birgit Straßheim


From Gießen: Mohameden Ahmedou, Thomas Bartsch, Ralf Köhl, Bernhard Mühlherr

From Marburg: Ilka Agricola, Oliver Goertsches, István Heckenberger, Pablo Ramacher, Sönke Rollenske

* * * The Programme is now online and can be downloaded here! * * *

The pdf file includes local maps, useful addresses, and a list of participants. Printed copies will be available at the Fall School.

Holiday absence: Ms. Straßheim will be on holiday from September 20th until October 4th. Her mail will not be read during this time. Please make all your arrangements prior to this date!

Poster! [pdf]. If you would like a printed copy, please send an email to Ms. Straßheim.

This joint Fall School of the Math Departments of Marburg and Gießen takes places at Castle Rauischholzhausen near Marburg, a university owned conference center known for its casual atmosphere.

We invite students and young scientists working in Lie theory and adjacent areas from analysis, algebraic geometry, and differential geometry to participate!

Due to generous funding through the Volkswagen Foundation, we are able to cover the local expenses of approx. 70 % of the participants. A limited number of partial travel subsidies is also available.

There will be four series of lectures:

  • Hansjörg Geiges (Köln) -- Contact geometry and dynamics
  • Nicolas Perrin (Versailles, France) -- Varieties with a group action
  • Mihaela Pilca (Regensburg) -- Locally conformally Kähler geometry
  • Anke Pohl (Jena) -- Eigenfunctions on locally symmetric spaces

Furthermore, there will a selection of talks by participants and a poster session. All talks of the Fall School will be in English.

Pictures from previous meetings in Rauischholzhausen: 2009 2011 2012

The Workshop is funded by the

Questions and comments concerning this page should be addressed per e-mail to agricola@mathematik.uni-marburg.de
Ilka Agricola, 11.04.2017