


Lectures and refreshments will take place in S240 of the Mathematics Building. 
06:30  09:00.  Wine & Cheese reception party (in room S240 of the Mathematics Building) 
09:00  09:20.  Welcoming words by Detlef Gromoll, Chairman of the Department of Mathematics, 
John W. Milnor, Director of the Institute for Mathematical Sciences, and Gail Habicht,  
Vice President for Research 
09:30  10:30.  Phillip Griffiths (Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton) 
Hodge Theoretic Invariants of Algebraic Cycles 
11:00  12:00.  Spencer Bloch (University of Chicago) 
Motives and Algebraic Cycles 
01:30  02:30.  Gang Tian (Massachussetts Institute of Technology) 
Moduli of Selfdual Connections 
03:00  04:00.  Isadore Singer (Massachussetts Institute of Technology) 
Recent Developments in Index Theory 
04:30  05:30.  Misha Gromov (Courant Institute & IHES) 
(this talk is not yet confirmed) 
07:00    Party hosted by Jim and Marilyn Simons 
Sunday June 2
09:30  10:30.  Paulo LimaFilho (Texas A&M University) 
The Equivariant Topology of Cycles on BrauerSeveri Varieties 
11:00  12:00.  Henri Gillet (University of Illinois, Chicago) 
Recent Developments in Arakelov Theory 
01:30  02:30.  Robert MacPherson (Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton) 
Combinatorics and Torus Equivariant Intersection Homology 
03:00  04:00.  William Meeks (University of Massachussetts) 
The Topology and Classification of Minimal Surfaces in R^{3} 
04:30  05:30.  JeanPierre Bourguignon (IHES & Ecole Polytechnique, France) 
Dirac Operators and Submanifold Theory 
Monday June 3
09:30  10:30.  Robert Bryant (Duke University) 
Moduli and Rigidity of Algebraic Cycles in Hermitian Symmetric Spaces 
11:00  12:00.  Reese Harvey (Rice University) 
Some Aspects of Varieties in Geometry 
01:30  02:30.  Daniel Dugger (Purdue University) 
Minicourse: Voevodsky Theory, Lecture I 
03:00  04:00.  Herman Gluck (University of Pennsylvania) 
Spectral Geometry of the Curl Operator 
04:30  05:30.  Robert Osserman (MSRI, Berkeley) 
The Art and Science of Costa's Surface 
Tuesday June 4
09:30  10:30.  Martin Rocek (YITP SUNY Stony Brook) 
Introduction to Supergravity and Mtheory 
11:00  12:00.  Cumrun Vafa (Harvard University) 
Knots Invariants and G_{2} Manifolds 
01:30  02:30.  Tobias Colding & William Minicozzi (Courant Institute & John Hopkins University) 
Minicourse: Minimal Surfaces in 3manifolds , Lecture I 
03:00  04:00.  Daniel Dugger (Purdue University) 
Minicourse: Voevodsky Theory , Lecture II 
04:30  05:30.  Sergei Cherkis (Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton) 
Hyperkähler Manifolds and Mtheory Fivebrane 
Wednesday June 5
09:30  10:30.  Jeff Cheeger (Courant Institute) 
Selfduality of Curvature and Degeneration of Metrics with Special Holonomy 
11:00  12:00.  David Hoffman (MSRI, Berkeley) 
Singular Flat Structures and Embedded Minimal Surfaces 
01:30  02:30.  Tobias Colding & William Minicozzi (Courant Institute & John Hopkins University) 
Minicourse: Minimal Surfaces in 3manifolds , Lecture II 
03:00  04:00.  Daniel Dugger (Purdue University) 
Minicourse: Voevodsky Theory , Lecture III 
04:30  05:30.  Eric Friedlander (Northwestern University) 
Semitopological Ktheory and Cohomology 
Thursday June 6
09:30  10:30.  George Papadopoulos (King's College, London) 
Minicourse: Mtheory and Calibrations , Lecture I 
11:00  12:00.  Tobias Colding & William Minicozzi (Courant Institute & John Hopkins University) 
Minicourse: Minimal Surfaces in 3manifolds , Lecture III 
01:30  02:30.  George Papadopoulos (King's College, London) 
Minicourse: Mtheory and Calibrations , Lecture II 
03:00  04:00.  Problem Session 
06:00  10:30.  Banquet (on the occasion of Blaine's birthday) 
Friday June 7
09:00  10:00.  Jonathan Rosenberg (University of Maryland) 
Recent Progress on the GromovLawson Conjecture 
10:15  11:15.  George Papadopoulos (King's College, London) 
Minicourse: Mtheory and Calibrations , Lecture III 
11:30  12:30.  Rick Schoen (Stanford University) 
Extremal Properties of Riemannian Metrics in Three Dimensions 
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