International Workshop on

Conformal Dynamics and

Loewner Theory

November 22(Sat) - 24(Mon) 2014
at Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan




Tokyo Tech. Ookayama Campus, Main BLDG H121 Lecture Hall (2nd Floor)

- The nearest train station is Ookayama (Tokyu Meguro-Line & Oimachi-line)
- To get Main BLDG from the station, see for example HERE.
- The doors of the main entrance of Main BLDG will be unlocked during the workshop (9:00-17:00).
- Photos of the room H121 are HERE.


November 22 (Saturday)

10:30 - 10:40Opening
10:40 - 11:30Ikkei Hotta (Tokyo Tech.)
Introduction to Loewner theory
11:40 - 12:30Santiago Díaz-Madrigal (Univ. Seville)
Fixed points in Loewner theory
14:30 - 15:20Toshiyuki Sugawa (Tohoku Univ.)
An application of the Loewner theory to trivial Beltrami coefficients
15:30 - 16:20Andrea del Monaco (Univ. Rome "Tor Vergata")
Geometry and Loewner Theory
16:40 - 17:30Michiaki Onodera (Kyushu Univ.)
On a deformation flow for an inverse problem in potential theory

November 23 (Sunday)

10:00 - 10:50Pavel Gumenyuk (Univ. Stavanger)
Loewner-type Parametric Representation of univalent self-maps with given boundary regular fixed points
11:00 - 11:50Takashi Takebe (National Research Univ. - HSE)
Loewner equations and dispersionless integrable hierarchies
13:30 - 14:20Hiroyuki Suzuki (Chuo Univ.)
Convergence of loop erased random walks on a planar graph to a chordal SLE(2)
14:30 - 15:20Ikkei Hotta (Tokyo Tech.)
$L^d$-Loewner chains with quasiconformal extensions

November 24 (Monday)
Free Discussion

- PDF of the Program and the Abstracts is HERE.
- A short survey of Loewner Theory is available at HERE (In Japanese).



In Tokyo, there are two international airports, NARITA and HANEDA (see MAP).

- NARITA is the biggest international airport in Japan. Main international airlines arrive at Narita. The location is far from the city center of Tokyo, but there are many transportations to get to the center by trains or buses.

- HANEDA used to be an airport for domestic flights. But recently a dedicated international terminal was opened, though still only a few airlines from Europe (Lufthansa and Air France as far as I know) lands there. It is much closer to the city center, in particular our department, than Narita.

Probably many of you will arrive at NARITA. But if you have a choice, I recommend you to take a flight arriving at HANEDA airport. In any case I will pick you up at the airport (if possible, because it takes 2 hours between Haneda and Narita at the soonest.. I'll do my best).



Our university has a guesthouse for international guests. The fee is (€ 1 = 137 Yen):

Single: 1,161 Yen (€ 8.4) /night + Initial fee  18,514 Yen (€ 135)
Couple: 1,911 Yen (€ 14) /night + Initial fee  28,183 Yen (€ 205)
Family: 2,237 Yen (€ 16) /night + Initial fee  36,617 Yen (€ 266)

For example, if you stay for 10 days, then the fee is "1,161 × 10 (days) + 18,514 = 30,124 Yen (€ 219)".

- The minimum period of residence is 8 days.
- Free internet connection is available.
- Meals are not served. But you will have a private kitchen.
- There are plenty of vacancies for single rooms in November. Unfortunately, at present family rooms are not available, and few vacancies for couple rooms (check Vacancy).
- Good location to get our department, city center of Tokyo, supermarket and so on (map).

For details, see the homepage of Tokyo Tech International House and Photos.

Of course you can book a standard private hotel by yourself. In this case, if you need, I can suggest some hotels near our department. Please do not hesitate to ask me.



Department of Mathematics, Tokyo Institute of Technology
2-12-1 Ookayama, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 152-8551, Japan
E-mail: ikkeihotta (at) gmail (dot) com

The workshop will be supported by;
Grant-in-Aid for JSPS Fellows (13J02250), Principal Investigator: Ikkei HOTTA
Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (B) (26800053), Principal Investigator: Ikkei HOTTA