Stanford University

Conference to honor The Mathematical Legacy of Maryam Mirzakhani

Maryam Mirzakhani
Building 380, Room 380W
Friday, May 18, 2018 9:00 AM
Some funding is available to participate in this conference, primarily for graduate students and postdocs. If you are planning to attend, we ask that you register here, regardless of whether or not you are requesting funding. This will greatly aid our planning. Funding requests can be made as part of the registration process. Decisions concerning funding will be made by April 1st. 

Maryam Mirzakhani made dramatic advances in our understanding of the geometry and dynamics of Riemann surfaces and their moduli spaces. After receiving her PhD from Harvard in 2004, under the guidance of Curtis McMullen, she was a Clay fellow and professor at Princeton University before coming to Stanford University for the remainder of her career. Stanford will host a conference during May 18-20, 2018 to honor the remarkable contributions that Maryam made to mathematics and to the mathematical community.

Lecture videos:

Ben Dozier- Equidistribution of saddle connections on translation surfaces

David Dumas - Asymptotics of Hitchin’s metric on Teichmüller space

Hee Oh - Orbit closures of the SL (2,R) action on Kleinian manifolds

Jon Chaika - Horocycle orbits in strata of translation surfaces

Francois Labourie - The Probabilistic Nature of McShane—Mirzakhani’s identities

Amie Wilkinson - Partial hyperbolicity, exponents and (super)rigidity

Jenya Sapir - Tessellations from long geodesics on surfaces

Kasra Rafi - Local maxima of the systole function

Curtis McMullen - Polygons, periods, and Teichmüller theory

Elon Lindenstrauss - On stationary and invariant measures

Alex Wright - Is there a rank 3?

Anton Zorich - Equidistribution of square-tiled surfaces, meanders, and Masur-Veech volumes


MRC and the GEAR Network