Workshop on Interfaces and Wall-crossings
This ASC workshop aims to bring together experts interested in the various aspects of Interfaces and Wall-crossings, two topics that have arisen in several contexts in supersymmetric QFT and string theory recently.
Although the two topics are currently distinct, there are indications that they may be related. The aim of the workshop is to bring together people interested in either of these subjects, and to explore their possible connections and applications.
There is no registration fee, and everybody is welcome to attend the workshop.
The organizers are: Costas Bachas, Ilka Brunner, Christian Römelsberger
All talks will take place in the ASC lecture room 348/349, 3rd floor, Theresienstr. 37 (how to reach us).
Videos of the talks:
Denis Bernard: Conformally Invariant Random Curves in 2D
Andres Collinucci: Non-Perturbative Effects Across Walls from Topological Strings
Duiliu Diaconescu: D-brane Moduli Spaces and Wall-Crossing via ADHM Sheaves
Johanna Erdmenger: Defects in AdS4/CFT3
John Estes: Gravity Duals of Interfaces, Defects and Junctions in N=4 SYM
Paul Fendley: Defects, Duality and Topology
Stefan Fredenhagen: Boundaries and Defects in Perturbed Minimal Models
Jürg Fröhlich: Quantum Hall effect with applications
Matthias Gaberdiel: Brane Obstructions from the World-Sheet
Davide Gaiotto: N=2 Gauge Theory
Jaume Gomis: Loops and Defects in 4D Gauge Theories and 2D CFT’s
Sergei Gukov: Surface Operators in N=2 Gauge Theories and Duality
Michael Gutperle: Holographic Duals of Two Dimensional Interface Theories
Hans Jockers: Open Mirror Symmetry
Sameer Murthy: Quantum Black Holes, Wall Crossings and Mock Modular Forms
Daniel Roggenkamp: Defects and Bulk Perturbations of Boundary Landau-Ginzburg Theories
Ingo Runkel: What Defects can tell about Conformal Field Theory
Volker Schomerus: Calabi-Yau Superspaces and Integrable CFT
Gérard Watts: “Perturbations of Defects in Unitary Minimal Models