Home / CV
Research
Teaching
Training
Talks
G_{2} Manifolds
Links

On this page I collect various links of relevance in the study of G_{2} manifolds. Eventually, I will add some exposition about this topic for potentially interested graduate students.
A major event is the "Simons Collaboration on Special Holonomy in Geometry, Analysis, and Physics", which will span four years (2016 to 2019) and will feature several events per year. The main website for the collaboration is here:
Links to specific collaboration events that have already occurred (including videos) can be found in the next section.
The following is a list of some conferences/workshops on G_{2} manifolds and related topics, in reverse chronological order.
Many of these websites have videos, slides, or other useful materials available for viewing, and are an excellent way to get up to speed on this research area. Please let me know if I have missed any important events.
 2017: June 5 to June 9, Imperial College London; Constructions of Compact Exceptional Holonomy Spaces: Past, Present and Future
 2017: January 9 to January 13, Imperial College London; Collapse, Adiabatic Limits and Special Holonomy
 2016: September 6 to September 15, Simons Center for Geometry and Physics; Inaugural Conference: Special Holonomy in Geometry, Analysis, and Physics; and School: Physics Background for Applications of Special Holonomy
 2015: February 8 to February 14, Oberwolfach;
MiniWorkshop: Singularities in G2geometry
 2014: September 2 to September 5, Simons Center for Geometry and Physics; G2 Manifolds Workshop
 2014: August 18 to October 3, Simons Center for Geometry and Physics; G2 Manifolds Program
 2014: July 14 to July 16, University College London; G 2 Days 2014
 2014: July 7 to July 11, Imperial College London; An Invitation to Geometry and Topology via G2
 2012: October 22 to October 28, Stony Brook; Cycles, Calibrations and Nonlinear
Partial Differential Equations (Lawson 70th)
 2003: April 29 to May 2, UCLA; Geometry and Physics of G2 Manifold
 2002: June 1 to June 7, Stony Brook;
Minimal Varieties in Geometry and Physics (Lawson 60th)
The following is a list of websites and arXiv postings of some researchers in G_{2}geometry or closely related areas.
This list is certainly not exhaustive. It is also very biased towards the work that relates most closely to my own interests.
Moreover, this list may not be uptodate.

Agricola, Ilka  arXiv

Apostolov, Vestislav  arXiv

Baraglia, David  arXiv

Bryant, Robert  arXiv

Conlon, Ronan  arXiv

Cortés, Vicente  arXiv

Crowley, Diarmuid  arXiv

Dancer, Andrew  arXiv

Donaldson, Simon  arXiv

Foscolo, Lorenzo  arXiv

Friedrich, Thomas  arXiv

Gayet, Damien  arXiv

Goette, Sebastian  arXiv

Grigorian, Sergey  arXiv

Haskins, Mark  arXiv

Haydys, Andriy  arXiv

Hein, HansJoachim  arXiv

Hitchin, Nigel  arXiv

Ivanov, Stefan  arXiv

Joyce, Dominic  arXiv

Karigiannis, Spiro  arXiv

Kovalev, Alexei  arXiv

Lawson, Blaine  arXiv

Leung, Naichung Conan  arXiv

Lotay, Jason  arXiv

Moroianu, Andrei  arXiv

Nordström, Johannes  arXiv

Oliveira, Goncalo  arXiv

Pacini, Tommaso  arXiv

Reidegeld, Frank  arXiv

Sá Earp, Henrique  arXiv

Salamon, Simon  arXiv

Salur, Sema  arXiv

Semmelmann, Uwe  arXiv

Swann, Andrew  arXiv

Verbitsky, Misha  arXiv

Walpuski, Thomas  arXiv

Wang, McKenzie  arXiv

Wang, Yuanqi  arXiv

Wei, Yong  arXiv

Weiß, Hartmut  arXiv

Witt, Frederik  arXiv
MORE TO COME.
