
Friday, November 19

10:0011:00 
YongGeun Oh, University of Wisconsin at Madison
The [FOOO]obstruction cycle and LandauGinzburg potential 
11:0011:30 
Coffee Break 
11:3012:30 
Jan Stienstra, University of Utrecht
Motives and Strings 
12:302:00 
LUNCH 
2:003:00 
Marco Gualtieri, The Fields Institute
Generalized Kahler geometry and Tduality 
3:003:30 
Coffee Break 
3:304:30 
Noriko Yui, Queen's University
Certain nonrigid CalabiYau threefolds over ${\bf Q}$ and their
modularity 
4:305:00 
Coffee Break 
5:006:00 
Tony Pantev, University of Pennsylvania
Tduality for holomorphic noncommutative tori 
6:007:30 
RECEPTION 
Saturday, November 20

10:0011:00 
Mark Gross, University of Warwick
Affine structures, mirror symmetry, and K3 surfaces 
11:0011:30 
Coffee Break 
11:3012:30 
Rolf Schimmrigk, Kennesaw State University
Arithmetic Varieties from String Theory and Dbranes 
12:302:00 
LUNCH 
2:003:00 
Naichung Conan Leung, University of Minnesota
G_2 geometry and mirror triality 
3:003:30 
Coffee Break 
3:304:30 
Anton Kapustin, California Institute of Technology
Topological sigmamodels and generalized complex geometry 
4:305:00 
Coffee Break 
5:006:00 
Albrecht Klemm, University of WisconsinMadison
Higher Genus Amplitudes on Compact CalabiYau and Threshold Corrections

Sunday, November 21

10:0011:00 
David R. Morrison, Duke University
StromingerYauZaslow revisited 
11:0011:30 
Coffee Break 
11:3012:30 
Victor Batyrev, Universität Tübingen
Cohomology groups in mirror symmetry 
12:302:00 
LUNCH 
2:003:00 
Ilia Zharkov, Harvard University
Kahler affine structures and the affine Calabi conjecture 
3:003:30 
Coffee Break 
3:304:30 
Johannes Walcher, IAS Princeton
Matrix Factorizations: Stability and Mirror Symmetry 
4:305:00 
Coffee Break 
5:006:00 
Xenia de la Ossa, University of Oxford
The Arithmetic of CalabiYau Manifolds 
Monday, November 22

10:0011:00 
Kenji Fukaya, Kyoto University
Counting open Riemann surface with Lagrangian boundary condition
and Perturvative ChernSimons Gauge theory 
11:0011:30 
Coffee Break 
11:3012:30 
Grigory Mikhalkin, University of Toronto
Complex, real and tropical curves 
12:302:00 
LUNCH 
2:003:00 
Denis Auroux, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Homological mirror symmetry for Fano surfaces 
3:003:30 
Coffee Break 
3:304:30 
Allan Adams, Harvard University
Towards (0,2) Mirror Symmetry 
4:305:00 
Coffee Break 
5:006:00 
Bernd Siebert, Universitaet Freiburg
Affine geometry of degeneration limits and mirror symmetry 
Tuesday, November 23

9:1010:10 
Helena Verrill, Louisiana State University
The PicardFuchs equation of the A_n family of CalabiYau varieties

10:1010:30 
Break 
10:3011:30 
Sheldon Katz, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
(0,2) correlation functions 
11:3011:50 
Break 
11:5012:50 
Andrei Caldararu, University of Pennsylvania
Hochschild structures: an algebraic geometer's point of view

12:50 
Afternoon free 