Postmodern Ringel duality, bocses and contramodules

April 3 to 6, 2023

Lecture series by Raymundo Bautista, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Unidad Morelia
Teresa Conde, University of Stuttgart
Julian Külshammer, Uppsala University
Leonid Positselski, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague

Schedule This workshop allows researchers in the area to meet and to collaborate and it allows researchers in neighbouring areas to learn about recent developments and to meet experts. Therefore it combines a traditional workshop format with the opportunity to do research in small groups. There will be lecture series and further talks, but also plenty of time for discussions and collaboration.
Lectures will start on Monday morning, April 3, and end on Thursday, April 6. In addition, Sunday, April 2, and Friday, April 7, and subsequent days are reserved for discussions and collaboration.
The detailed schedule is here.

Abstracts Here are titles and abstracts of the talks.

Poster Here is a poster (pdf).

Registration and contact Please send an email before March 27 to pomobocomo2023 at mathematik dot uni minus stuttgart dot de in order to register.
Please inform us about your arrival and likely departure day, so that we can organise lunch and dinner for those participating already on Sunday or over Easter.

Contributed talks If you are interested in contributing a talk, then please send a title and an abstract (in plain text or latex format) to the registration address.

Funding A limited amount of partial funding is available. Applications can be sent to the registration address.

Accomodation Rooms have been blocked for participants in the hotel Römerhof. These rooms can be booked until March 26. If you want to make use of this, please mention that when registering. You will then get information how to book.
Some other hotel options are also listed below. There are plenty of further hotel options in Stuttgart and around.

Römerhof Robert-Leicht-Straße 93, 70563 Stuttgart, +49 711 687880: In 10 minutes walking distance from the institute. There is also a bus connection.
B&B Hotel Stuttgart-Vaihingen Schockenriedstraße 33, 70565 Stuttgart, +49 711 220950: Located in 10 minutes walking distance from the station Vaihingen (two stops by S-Bahn to the station Universität) and 45 minutes walking distance from the institute. There is also a bus connection to the station Vaihingen.
International Student Hotel
Flyer German/English
Neckarstraße 172, 70190 Stuttgart, +49 711 414300: Located in the city centre, in 20 minutes walking distance from the main railway station; 25 minutes with U-Bahn and S-Bahn from the institute.
This hotel is run by the university; it is by far the cheapest option listed here, in particular when choosing rooms with shared bathroom. There are discounts for students.
Relexa Waldhotel Schatten Magstadter Straße 2-4, 70569 Stuttgart, +49 711 68670: This hotel is located in Büsnau, 30 minutes walking distance from the institute. Alternatively, there is also a bus connection.
Pullman Stuttgart Fontana Vollmoellerstraße 5, 70563 Stuttgart, +49 711 7300: Directly at the railway station Vaihingen (two stops by S-Bahn to the station Universität), 30 minutes walking distance from the university.

Venue The workshop will be held in Pfaffenwaldring 57, Vaihingen campus of the University of Stuttgart. The local train (S-Bahn) station Stuttgart Universität is in the centre of this campus and very well connected to city centre, main railway station and airport through the S-Bahn network.
Stuttgart airport is fifteen minutes by S-Bahn. Frankfurt airport is easy to reach by high speed trains. Baden airport (Karlsruhe / Baden-Baden) and München airport as well as Köln Bonn airport and Zürich airport are a bit further away.
Here is some further useful information.

Organisers Institute of Algebra and Number Theory, University of Stuttgart
Anne Henke
Steffen Koenig
Frederik Marks

An example of Ringel self-duality: