The Langlands program has seen many exciting geometric developments recently, linking with developments in homotopy theory, p-adic geometry and derived algebraic geometry, to name a few. This conference will bring together established and junior researchers in these areas.

We gratefully acknowledge support by the Crafoord Foundation.

See the section on travel for information related to Covid-19.

Speakers and Schedule

The schedule as a pdf-file. Note the information about lecture halls in the section on local information.

Speakers

Registration, Travel & Lodging

We ask all participants to register by filling in this form.

We can provide limited funding for junior participants. If you require funding, please indicate so on the registration form and register no later than 10 April.

Travel

We are cautiously optimistic that the health situation linked to the Covid-19 pandemic will have improved by June 2022, allowing our conference to be mostly held in-person. However, it is likely that some preventive measures will still be in place. Regulations for travel to Sweden can be found at Swedish Health Authorities’ website. In particular, you can find current information on entry requirements and on recommendations for people entering Sweden.

Local Information

WiFi and Internet access

EduRoam is available accross the campus of Stockholm University.

Lecture Hall

The conference will take place in Albano Hus 2. We have two different lecture halls, one on Tuesday and another one for the remainder of the event. On Tuesday we have the conference in Hörsal 4, on Wednesday to Saturday in Hörsal 6.

In case that you decide to check the vicinities of Albano Hus 2 on, for example, Google Maps, please observe that the satilite photos show a construction site. The building was completed only recently.

Lunch

A common lunch option on campus is the Värdshuset Kräftan closeby. One can also consider lunch options at one of the many places in the area around KTH.

Places to discover

For the free time, you may want to consider a visit to the Vasa museum, the photograph museum, which is open also late in the evening, or an excursion to the archipelago. Many other options are suggested at visitstockholm.com.