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Fields Undergraduate Summer School on Homological Algebra of Mirror Symmetry (1st Announcement)

There will be an Undergraduate Summer School at the Fields Institute at the University of Toronto. It will run during the week July 27 – August 2, 2019.

The theme of the program will be the Homological Algebra of Mirror Symmetry, in particular in the context of Landau-Ginzburg Models. Mirror symmetry is an active area of research mathematics aimed at understanding certain dualities predicted by theoretical physicists. Students who have a background in abstract algebra and are curious about physics are encouraged to apply.

Lectures will be given by:

Amanda Francis (American Mathematical Society)

Tyler Kelly (University of Birmingham)

Ursula Whitcher (American Mathematical Society)

This program is supported by the National Science Foundation and the Fields Institute. Undergraduate students who are interested should apply by 1 March 2019 for full consideration for financial support.

In addition to finishing the application form, the student should send an electronic copy of their transcript and have a faculty member send a letter of recommendation to by 1 March 2019.

Members of underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to participate and apply for support. For more information, registration, and to apply for support, please visit our website:

On behalf of the organizers:

Tyler Kelly (Birmingham), Ursula Whitcher (American Mathematical Society)

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