|September 11-22, 2005
School of Mathematics
|The general scope of the workshop is to cover the latest developments in noncommutative geometry (cyclic cohomology and K-theory, motivic Galois theory, Hopf algebras and quantum groups, noncommutative spaces) and its interactions with theoretical physics (noncommutative gauge theory, renormalization via Hopf algebras).
During the first week we will have a series of introductory lectures on various aspects of noncommutative geometry by experts in the field.These lectures are geared towards graduate
students, postdoctoral fellows and all those interested in gaining a working knowledge of noncommutative geometry. In the second week there will be a conference to cover the most recent developments in noncommutative geometry and its applications.
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