JUNIOR
GLOBAL POISSON
WORKSHOP

14-16 September 2020

Virtual Three-Day Workshop
for Young Poisson Geometers



Tentative Schedule

14 Sept (Mon)
2 sessions (European morning+evening)
social time
professional development session

15 Sept (Tue)
2 sessions (European morning+evening)
social+networking time

16 Sept (Wed)
2 sessions (European morning+evening)
social+networking time
Colloquium talk by Eva Miranda

Aim

Our aim is to create an online global venue for young researchers to advertise their research in topics related to Poisson geometry, broadly understood.

We hope this will become a recurring event that supplements other global online Poisson events such as the Global Poisson Webinar and the Friday Fish seminar.

Registration is free but mandatory.

Organising Committee

Anastasia Matveeva (Barcelona)
Beatriz Navarro Lameda (Geneva)
Nikita Nikolaev (Geneva)

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LIST of TALKS

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FORENAME SURNAME UNIVERSITY TITLE SESSION RESOURCES
PhilipArathoonManchesterReal forms of complexified Hamiltonian systems3.1  
FrancisBischoffOxfordLie groupoids and logarithmic connections6.4  
RobertCardonaBarcelonaThe topology of Bott integrable fluids5.4  
MatteoCasatiKentPoisson and quasi-Poisson structures for nonabelian integrable systems3.2    
FrancescoCattafiLeuvenDecoupling Cartan connections and coupling $G$-structures: a Cartan bundle story2.3  
PeterCrooksNortheasternPartial compactifications of principal Poisson slices4.2  
MiquelCuecaGöttingenThe Cohomology of Courant algebroids and their characteristic classes6.3  
TobiasDiezDelftGroup-valued momentum maps for diffeomorphism groups6.2  
LennartDöppenschmittTorontoThe moduli space of generalized Kähler metrics2.2  
MaximeFaironGlasgowNoncommutative Poisson geometry and integrable systems4.1  
DavidFernándezBielefeldNoncommutative Poisson geometry and pre-Calabi-Yau algebras3.4    
MarineFontaineAntwerpReal forms of complexified Hamiltonian systems3.1  
IliaGaiurBirminghamExtended duality in the rational and trigonometric Painlevé-Calogero systems3.3  
IvaHalachevaNortheasternSchubert calculus via Lagrangian correspondences4.3  
CharlotteKirchhoff-LukatLeuvenCoisotropic A-Branes in Symplectic Manifolds2.1    
PraphullaKoushikIISEROn two notions of a Gerbe over a stack5.1  
JoshuaLackmanTorontoA Generalized van Est map4.4  
MelindaLaniusArizonaStrategic Outreach Planning for Mathematics ResearchersPD
HeatherLeeWashington Global homological mirror symmetry for genus two curves2.4  
YanpengLiGenevaGelfand-Zeitlin via Ginzburg Weinstein5.2  
EvaMirandaBarcelonaIntegrable systems and group actions, a love story
(soon on your screens)
Colloq  
CedricOmsBarcelonaThe singular Weinstein conjecture6.1  
JanPulmannGenevaQuantized moduli spaces of flat connections and triangulations1.3  
LeonidRyvkinDuisburg-EssenMultisymplectic (co-)moment geometry1.1    
PhilippSchmittCopenhagenQuantization of coadjoint orbits1.4  
JoelVillatoroLeuvenOn the algebraic geometry and homotopy theory of sheaves of Lie-Rinehart algebras1.2  
JagnaWiśniewskaETHPeriodic orbits on tentacular hyperboloids5.3  
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WORKSHOP SPEAKERS

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Philip Arathoon

Manchester

Postdoctoral Researcher

Francis Bischoff

Oxford

Postdoctoral Researcher

Robert Cardona

Barcelona

PhD Student

Matteo Casati

Kent

Postdoctoral Researcher

Francesco Cattafi

Leuven

Postdoctoral Researcher

Peter Crooks

Northeastern

Postdoctoral Researcher

Miquel Cueca

Göttingen

Postdoctoral Researcher

Tobias Diez

Delft

Postdoctoral Researcher

Lennart
Döppenschmitt

Toronto

PhD Student

Maxime Fairon

Glasgow

Postdoctoral Researcher

David Fernández

Bielefeld

Postdoctoral Researcher

Marine Fontaine

Antwerp

Postdoctoral Researcher

Ilia Gaiur

Birmingham

PhD Student

Iva Halacheva

Northeastern

Postdoctoral Researcher

Charlotte
Kirchhoff-Lukat

Leuven

Postdoctoral Researcher

Praphulla Koushik

IISER

PhD Student

Joshua Lackman

Toronto

PhD Student

Heather Lee

Washington

Postdoctoral Researcher

Yanpeng Li

Geneva

Postdoctoral Researcher

Cedric Oms

Barcelona

PhD Student

Jan Pulmann

Geneva

PhD Student

Leonid Ryvkin

Duisburg-Essen

Postdoctoral Researcher

Philipp Schmitt

Copenhagen

PhD Student

Joel Villatoro

Leuven

Postdoctoral Researcher

Jagna Wiśniewska

ETH

Postdoctoral Researcher

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SPEAKER

Melinda Lanius

Arizona

Postdoctoral Researcher

COLLOQUIUM SPEAKER

Eva Miranda

Barcelona

Full Professor


WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

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YOUR LOCAL TIME ZONEMon 14 SeptGMT
7:30-8:00
PLENARY SESSION 1
Leonid Ryvkin
Joel Villatoro
Jan Pulmann
Philipp Schmitt
8:00-10:00
PARALLEL SESSION 1.1PARALLEL SESSION 1.2PARALLEL SESSION 1.3PARALLEL SESSION 1.410:00-11:00
SCREEN-FREE BREAK11:00-11:15
11:15-12:30
FREE TIME
(3 hours)
12:30-15:30
15:30-16:00
PLENARY SESSION 2
Charlotte Kirchhoff-Lukat
Lennart Döppenschmitt
Francesco Cattafi
Heather Lee
16:00-18:00
PARALLEL SESSION 2.1PARALLEL SESSION 2.2PARALLEL SESSION 2.3PARALLEL SESSION 2.418:00-19:00

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION
Melinda Lanius
19:00-19:45
19:45-21:00
YOUR LOCAL TIME ZONETue 15 SeptGMT
7:30-8:00
PLENARY SESSION 3
Marine Fontaine (plenary) + Philip Arathoon (parallel)
Matteo Casati
Ilia Gaiur
David Fernández
8:00-10:00
PARALLEL SESSION 3.1PARALLEL SESSION 3.2PARALLEL SESSION 3.3PARALLEL SESSION 3.410:00-11:00
SCREEN-FREE BREAK11:00-11:15
11:15-12:30
FREE TIME
(3 hours)
12:30-15:30
15:30-16:00
PLENARY SESSION 4
Maxime Fairon
Peter Crooks
Iva Halacheva
Joshua Lackman
16:00-18:00
PARALLEL SESSION 4.1PARALLEL SESSION 4.2PARALLEL SESSION 4.3PARALLEL SESSION 4.418:00-19:00
SCREEN-FREE BREAK19:00-19:15

NETWORKING SESSION
19:15-19:45
19:45-21:00
YOUR LOCAL TIME ZONEWed 16 SeptGMT
7:30-8:00
PLENARY SESSION 5
Praphulla Koushik
Yanpeng Li
Jagna Wiśniewska
Robert Cardona
8:00-10:00
PARALLEL SESSION 5.1PARALLEL SESSION 5.2PARALLEL SESSION 5.3PARALLEL SESSION 5.410:00-11:00
SCREEN-FREE BREAK11:00-11:15

NETWORKING SESSION
11:15-11:45
11:45-12:30
FREE TIME
(2 hours)
12:30-14:30
14:30-15:00

COLLOQUIUM
Eva Miranda
15:00-16:00
PLENARY SESSION 6
Cedric Oms
Tobias Diez
Miquel Cueca
Francis Bischoff
16:00-18:00
PARALLEL SESSION 6.1PARALLEL SESSION 6.2PARALLEL SESSION 6.3PARALLEL SESSION 6.418:00-19:00
SCREEN-FREE BREAK19:00-19:15
19:15-21:00


WORKSHOP FORMAT

PRESENTATION SESSIONS

Each day has two 3-hour Presentation Sessions, each featuring four different speakers. Every Presentation Session has two parts: the 2-hour Plenary Session and 1-hour of four Parallel Sessions.

0:00-0:25
PLENARY TALK 1
speaker 1
0:25-0:30 BREAK
0:30-0:55
PLENARY TALK 2
speaker 2
0:55-1:00 BREAK
1:00-1:25
PLENARY TALK 3
speaker 3
1:25-1:30 BREAK
1:30-1:55
PLENARY TALK 4
speaker 4
1:55-2:05 BREAK
2:05-2:30
PARALLEL TALK 1
speaker 1

PARALLEL TALK 2
speaker 2

PARALLEL TALK 3
speaker 3

PARALLEL TALK 4
speaker 4
2:30-3:00
PARALLEL DISCUSSION 1
speaker 1

PARALLEL DISCUSSION 2
speaker 2

PARALLEL DISCUSSION 3
speaker 3

PARALLEL DISCUSSION 4
speaker 4

PLENARY TALKS (25min)

Each Plenary Session is a block of four 25-minute presentations (Plenary Talks) + 5-minute Breaks between talks, featuring four different speakers. These are formal presentations with strict time limits and no interruptions: questions can only be asked in chat, and participants are encouraged to postpone any discussion to Discussion Time. Plenary Talks will be recorded and broadcast live on YouTube, where they will remain as a public resource.

PARALLEL TALKS (25min)

Following a Plenary Session, the four speakers are divided into four Parallel Sessions, which occur simultaneously, where each speaker gives another 25-minute presentation (Parallel Talk) supplementing their Plenary Talk. Parallel Talks are meant to be informal, working-seminar style presentations, and participants are encouraged to engage with the speaker by asking questions and making remarks. Parallel Talks are not recorded and not broadcast.

PARALLEL DISCUSSIONS (30min)

After the Parallel Talk, the speaker hosts (with the help of a moderator) a 30-minute Parallel Discussion Time in the same virtual room. Participants are invited to circulate amongst the different virtual rooms. Parallel Discussions are not recorded and not broadcast.

COLLOQUIUM TALK

There will be a 1-hour Colloquium Talk by Eva Miranda.

NETWORKING SESSIONS

This workshop will feature two blocks of time dedicated to networking.
- You come prepared to describe your research in 3 minutes or less.
- We form random groups of 3 people, sorted into Zoom Breakout Rooms.
- The first person in a group describes their research in 3 minutes and then we allow 3 minutes for a short Q&A session. After 5 minutes, it is the second person’s turn to do the same. After 10 minutes, it is the third person's turn to do the same.
- The organisers will broadcast in Zoom a reminder message every 5 minutes to help you keep track of the time.
- After 15 minutes, we form new groups of 3 (randomly reshuffled into new Zoom Breakout Rooms) and start again.
- Each such Networking Session is followed by a Social Time block, which the participants may want to use to continue the conversation.

 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

There will be a special 30-minute presentation by Melinda Lanius.

VIRTUAL COFFEE & TEA

There will be virtual coffee and tea breaks: participants will meet via Zoom in small groups on a drop-in basis using our Slack channel. Please, install Slack and authorise Zoom as explained in the Conference Package.

  SOCIAL TIME

There will also be time blocks reserved for meals, and participants will be encouraged to get together in small groups over Zoom. One of our goals is to normalise "eating in front of your camera" during social virtual meet-ups. Activities include:

Random Chats
Pictionary
Game "Questions Only"
GIF and Meme Challenge
Cards Against Humanity
Mario Kart
Cocktail Party
Scavenger Hunt
Codenames
Coup
Mafia

Consult your Conference Package for more information.

     


VIRTUAL PLATFORM REQUIREMENTS

We will use the following online platforms during the workshop. In order to get the most out of this workshop, both mathematically and socially, we strongly encourage all participants to create (free!) accounts with Zoom and Slack, and install the Zoom Desktop Client and the Slack Desktop Client.

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Slack

Used for communication during the workshop, including announcements, chat, maths discussions, and social aspects.

Free account needed for social activities
Desktop app strongly recommended

Zoom

Used for video conferencing. All talks and meetings will occur using this platform.

Free account strongly recommended
Desktop app strongly recommended

YouTube

Used for livecasts of plenary talks.

No installation required.


CODE OF CONDUCT

TLDR: just be kind and respectful to other participants

We at Junior Global Poisson are committed to providing a professional, friendly, and welcoming environment for all participants. We expect all participants and speakers to help ensure a safe and positive experience for everyone. Unacceptable behaviour will not be tolerated during any portion of our event, including social activities.

UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOUR

Unacceptable behaviour includes but is not limited to:

  • Intimidating, harassing, abusive, discriminatory, derogatory or demeaning speech or actions
  • Harmful or prejudicial verbal or written comments or visual images related to gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, disability or other personal characteristics
  • Inappropriate use of nudity and/or sexual images
  • Real or implied threat of professional or financial damage or harm
  • Inappropriate disruption of meetings or events

HOW TO REPORT

Report harassment and disruptive behaviour to Anastasia and Nikita either through private messages on Slack or by email. If you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns, please contact us immediately. Any such communication with us will remain confidential.

CONSEQUENCES

Consequences of misconduct may include immediate removal from our event without warning and restrictions from future Junior Global Poisson Workshops.


WORKSHOP STATS

25

Workshop Speakers

2

Special Guests Speakers
Colloquium + Professional Development

278

Participants

6

Continents

14

Time Zones

45

Countries

141

Cities

World Heat Map of our Participants

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Word Cloud created from Participants' Research Interests

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ORGANISING COMMITTEE

Anastasia Matveeva

Barcelona

PhD Student

Nikita Nikolaev

Geneva

Postdoctoral Researcher

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