Kähler and special toric geometry

King's College London and University College London, May 20th to 22nd, 2019

The meeting will run from 11am Monday to 4pm Wednesday. Most of the talks will be in Bush House BH(SE)2.09. Use the main entrance at the intersection of the Aldwych with the south end of Kingsway. Registration is essential to gain access. The last talk will be held in UCL, Gordon Street, near to St Pancras Station.
It is supported by the ANR grant EMARKS (ANR-14-CE25-0010, Eveline Legendre), the Simons Foundation (#488635, Simon Salamon), and King's College London.

Registration is free but mandatory; to register, please send an email to one of the organizers listed below*.


K. Dixon, King's College London,

E. Legendre,
Université Fédérale Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées, eveline.legendre@math.univ-toulouse.fr

A. Moroianu, Université Paris-Sud,

S. Salamon, King's College London,


Hugues Auvray (Université Paris-Sud)
Complete extremal metrics and stability of pairs on Hirzebruch surfaces
Kael Dixon (King's College London)
Toric G2 and nearly Kaehler geometry
Paul Gauduchon (École Polytechnique)
Around the Gibbons-Hawking Ansatz
Nicolina Istrati (Tel Aviv University)
Toric locally conformally Kähler metrics
Frances Kirwan (Oxford)
Moment maps and non-reductive geometric invariant theory
Eveline Legendre
(Université Fédérale Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées)
Toric extremal almost Kähler metrics
Dmitri Panov (King's College London)
Symplectic Fano manifolds with Hamiltonian $S^1$-actions
Yann Rollin (Université de Nantes)
Discrete geometry and isotropic surfaces
Michael Singer (University College London)
Yet another construction of ALF $D_k$ gravitational instantons

Schedule and abstracts - Participants

*There is some limitation on numbers, so please contact (or confirm to) one of us if you wish to participate. Visiting speakers will stay at the Imperial Hotel in Russell Square (about 20 mins walk from KCL). Other participants will be asked to book directly online; the Imperial also has a number of sister establishments strewn between St. Pancras and Holborn (shown on the hotel map).