
Symplectic Topology, Geometry
and Gauge Theory Program
WORKSHOP ON HAMILTONIAN GROUP ACTIONS AND QUANTIZATION
Schedule of Talks, June 4  13, 2001
9:009:30 
Registration and Breakfast 
9:3010:30 
C. Woodward, Rutgers University
Lowest d in quantum Schubert calculus 
10:3011:00 
Coffee break 
11:0012:00 
P. Xu, Pennsylvania
State University
Dynamical rmatrices, symplectic fibration and quantization

12:002:30 
Lunch 
2:303:30 
S. Singer, Haverford College
The Kepler Problem 
3:304:00 
Coffee break 
4:005:00 
M. Braverman, Northeastern University
Index theorem for transversally elliptic operators on open manifolds

9:009:30 
Breakfast 
9:3010:30 
M. Kogan, Northeastern University
Symplectic leaves of the standard PoissonLie structure 
10:3011:00 
Coffee break 
11:0012:00 
M. Abreu, Fields Institute,
Superior Tecnico
Kahler geometry on toric orbifolds and U(n)invariant extremal metrics 
12:002:30 
Lunch 
2:303:30 
J. Harnad, Concordia University
MultiHamiltonian structures, classical rmatrix systems spectral
transforms and separation of variables 
3:304:00 
Coffee break 
4:005:00 
S. Wu, University of Adelaide and
University of Colorado
Projective flatness in geometric quantization 
9:009:30 
Breakfast 
9:3010:30 
S. Evens, University of Notre Dame
Poisson structures on orbits and compactifications 
10:3011:00 
Coffee break 
11:0012:00 
Y. Karshon, Hebrew
University
Quantization of toric varieties 
12:002:30 
Lunch 
2:303:30 
V. Guillemin, Massachusetts Institute
of Technology
Equivariant Morse theory and graphs 
3:304:00 
Coffee break 
4:005:00 
C. Zara, Yale University
Generators in equivariant cohomology and equivariant Ktheory

9:009:30 
Breakfast 
9:3010:30 
J. Hurtubise, McGill University
Rmatrices and surfaces 
10:3011:00 
Coffee break 
11:0012:00 
E. Markman, University
of Massachusetts
The Classical Dynamical YangBaxter Equation; A geometric interpretation 
12:002:30 
Lunch 
2:303:30 
S. Tolman, University of Illinois
at UrbanaChampaign
Surjectivity for Hamiltonian Loop Group Spaces. Part I 
3:304:00 
Coffee break 
4:005:00 
J. Weitsman, University of California,
Santa Cruz
Surjectivity for Hamiltonian Loop Group Spaces. Part II 
5:157:30 
Cocktail reception 
9:009:30 
Breakfast 
9:3010:30 
A. Alekseev, Uppsala University
Poisson Lie groups and the Thompson conjecture 
10:3011:00 
Coffee break 
11:0012:00 
B. Kostant, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology
Dirac cohomology for the cubic Dirac operator 
12:002:30 
Lunch 
2:303:30 
R. Donagi, University of Pennsylvania
Gerbes, genus1 fibrations, dualities, integrable systems, and
mirror symmetry 
3:304:00 
Coffee break 
4:005:00 
R. Brylinski, Pennsylvania State
University
Equivariant quantization of coadjoint orbits 
9:009:30 
Breakfast 
9:3010:30 
A. Hwang, College of the Holy Cross
Extremal Kahler Metrics and the Momentum Construction 
10:3011:00 
Coffee break 
11:0012:00 
P. Foth, University
of Arizona
Quaternionic flag manifolds 
12:002:30 
Lunch 
2:3003:30 
A. Szenes, Massachusetts Institute
of Technology
Trace functional on the quantized moduli space of flat connections

3:304:00 
Coffee break 
4:005:00 
G. Landweber, MSRI/University of
Oregon
Dirac operators for KacMoody algebras and homogeneous loop spaces 

THERE ARE NO TALKS SCHEDULED

9:009:30 
Breakfast 
9:3010:30 
E. Lerman, University of Illinois
at UrbanaChampaign
Contact toric manifolds 
10:3011:00 
Coffee break 
11:0012:00 
R. Sjamaar, Cornell
University
Some remarks on quaternionic symplectic geometry 
12:002:30 
Lunch 
2:303:30 
YH. Kiem, Stanford University
Cohomology pairings on singular quotients in geometric invariant
theory 
3:304:00 
Coffee break 
4:005:00 
T. Holm, Massachusetts Institute
of Technology
The mod 2 equivariant cohomology of the real locus of a Hamiltonian
TSpace 
9:009:30 
Breakfast 
9:3010:30 
D. Metzler, University
of Florida
Orbifold Ktheory 
10:3011:00 
Coffee break 
11:0012:00 
J. Millson, University
of Maryland
Eigenvectors of sums, singular values and invariant factors of
products and spaces of nonpositive curvature 
12:002:30 
Lunch 
2:303:30 
L. Godinho, Instituto Superior Tecnico
Equivariant cohomology and Hamiltonian circle actions 
3:304:00 
Coffee break 
4:005:00 
P. Paradan, Universite de Grenoble
I
Spin^c quantization and the Kmultiplicities of the discrete
series 
9:009:30 
Breakfast 
9:3010:30 
S. Racaniere, IRMA de Strasbourg
Equivariant cohomology of SU(n)^{2g} and Kirwan's map 
10:3011:00 
Coffee break 
11:0012:00 
A. Knutson, University
of California, Berkeley
Nondifferentiable action variables can come from algebraic families 

