The 2018 Kyoto Prize Workshops

Perspectives in Algebraic Analysis

Masaki Kashiwara

/  Mathematician

Basic Sciences

Mathematical Sciences(Including Pure Mathematics)

Coordinators and Speakers

Takuro Mochizuki

Syu Kato

Michio Yamada

Takahiro Kawai

Pierre Schapira

Takeshi Saito

Bernard Leclerc

Tomoyuki Arakawa

Program

Opening Address: Michio Yamada (Director, Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University)
Introduction of Laureate: Takahiro Kawai (Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University)
Keynote Talk: Masaki Kashiwara (Laureate in Basic Sciences)
“Quiver Hecke Algebras, Quantum Coordinate Ring and Localization”
Pierre Schapira (Professor Emeritus, Sorbonne University)
“Ind-sheaves and Holonomic D-modules”
Takeshi Saito (Professor, Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Tokyo)
“Characteristic Cycle of an 𝓁-adic Sheaf”
Bernard Leclerc (Professor, Laboratoire de mathematiques Nicolas Oresme, Universite de Caen Normandie)
“Real Elements of Crystal Bases and Their Categorification”
Tomoyuki Arakawa (Professor, Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University)
“Moore-Tachikawa Varieties and 4d/2d Dualities”

Laureates

Masaki Kashiwara

Mathematician

Dr. Kashiwara established the theory of D-modules, thereby playing a decisive role in the creation and development of algebraic analysis. His numerous achievements—including the establishment of the Riemann-Hilbert correspondence, its application to representation theory, and contribution to crystal basis theory—have exerted great influence on various fields of mathematics and contributed strongly to their development.

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*Workshop are for researchers and experts in their respective fields.

Organized by Inamori Foundation
Co-organized by Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University
Supported by Kyoto Prefectural Government, Kyoto City Government, NHK
With the Cooperation of the Mathematical Society of Japan