The SwissMAP Research Station holds between 12 and 15 events per year. The sponsored events are selected by the Directors following the advice of the Scientific Council of the SRS.
Upcoming events are listed below (you can browse past events here). To see how to apply for an event, check the page Applying for an event
Date/Time  Event 

19 March 2023  24 March 2023 
Groups of dynamical origin, automata and spectra
The conference follows a long tradition of schools and workshops on Geometric Group Theory and beyond in the Swiss Alps. The 2023 edition will be an occasion to celebrate the 70th birthday of Slava Grigorchuk. 
11 April 2023  14 April 2023 
Les Marmottes 2023  Filles et Maths
Stage d’initiation à la recherche mathématique aux Diablerets À qui s’adressetil ? Les collégiennes genevoises de 2ème ou 3ème année intéressées par les mathématiques. Aucune connaissance ou niveau préalable n’est requis, autrement dit, pas de bons résultats en maths nécessaires. Les seules conditions sont d’être […] 
7 May 2023  12 May 2023 
Geometric and analytic aspects of the Quantum Hall effect
Quantum Hall effect, discovered in the 1980s, continues to this day to attract enormous interest among both physicists and mathematicians. With its nontrivial connections to modern theoretical physics, analysis, geometry, probability and hydrodynamics, the subject can be counted on to provide novel insights, problems, ideas and collaboration prospects for respective communities. The topics to be discussed at this workshop […] 
21 May 2023  26 May 2023 
Interactions of Lowdimensional Topology and Quantum Field Theory
This conference will bring together students and close collaborators of Peter Teichner on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday. With Teichner’s contributions to both Lowdimensional Topology and Quantum Field Theory, this will be an opportunity to share ways of thinking between experts of these two areas. The accent will be on recent results which will […] 
28 May 2023  2 June 2023 
Analytic techniques in Dynamics and Geometry
This workshop aims at bringing together mathematicians making use of analytic methods in their study of dynamics, geometry, PDEs, or inverse problems. In the past twenty years, microlocal and functional analysis techniques have encountered a large success both in hyperbolic dynamics and geometry as they turned out to be ripe enough to tackle unsolved problems […] 
4 June 2023  9 June 2023 
Helvetic Algebraic Geometry Seminar (HAGS) 2023
The HAGS started in 2013, and has been a major cohesive activity in Algebraic Geometry in Switzerland ever since. The core of the workshop is 34 lecture series given by top experts in the field, which are complemented by colloquium style talks and contributions from junior participants. Theme for 2023: Current developments in the moduli […] 
11 June 2023  16 June 2023 
Finite dimensional integrability in mathematical physics
Recently, there were three major breakthroughs in the field of integrable systems in mathematical physics: one within the area of classical systems, one concerning quantum systems, and one about algebraic integrability. This workshop brings together the leading senior and junior researchers of these areas with the aim to give them the opportunity to present their results, discuss ongoing projects, and […] 
18 June 2023  23 June 2023 
Effective theories in classical and quantum particle systems
In the last few years there has been enormous progress in the rigorous understanding of the emergence of macroscopic effective theories for manyparticle systems. This event aims at gathering researchers working on manybody classical and quantum systems, as well as on the analysis of nonlinear partial differential equations describing effective models. The workshop will give an overview of […] 
28 June 2023  3 July 2023 
Junior Euler Society summer school

3 July 2023  7 July 2023 
Euler Camp Summer school

20 August 2023  25 August 2023 
Smatrix Bootstrap Workshop V
This is the fifth edition of this informal workshop that brings together researchers working on nonperturbative approaches to Quantum Field Theory (QFT), with special emphasis on scattering amplitudes. Ample time will be allocated for discussions among the specialists on different topics like the conformal bootstrap, 2D integrable Smatrices, lattice field theory, effective field theories and […] 
27 August 2023  1 September 2023 
Categorical Symmetries in Quantum Field Theory (Workshop)
The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers from both physics in topological quantum field theory, high energy physics, and condensed matter and mathematics higher categories, representation theory, and topology to report on recent progress and open questions in the study of generalised notions of symmetry. There have been significant recent developments in […] 
3 September 2023  8 September 2023 
Categorical Symmetries in Quantum Field Theory (School)
The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers from both physics in topological quantum field theory, high energy physics, and condensed matter and mathematics higher categories, representation theory, and topology to report on recent progress and open questions in the study of generalised notions of symmetry. There have been significant recent developments in […] 
17 September 2023  22 September 2023 
Mapping class groups: pronilpotent and cohomological approaches
The mapping class group (in short, MCG) of a surface is a fundamental object of study in topology and in geometry, where it is regarded as the orbifold fundamental group of the moduli space of Riemann surfaces homeomorphic to the surface. 
24 September 2023  29 September 2023 
Quantisation of moduli spaces from different perspectives
The quantisation of moduli spaces is of fundamental interest for applications both in mathematics and physics. Such a quantisation has applications in diverse fields such as ChernSimons theory and knot theory, conformal field theories, integrability (Painlev´e theory,…), gauge theory, the geometric Langlands correspondence and furthermore, it can be obtained from different perspectives and methods. The […] 
7 January 2024  12 January 2024 
Winter School in Mathematical Physics 2024
Registrations will open in November 2023. More information coming soon 
14 January 2024  19 January 2024 
Quantum Topology Biennial (QTB): focus on representation theory
This is the first event in the Quantum Topology Biennial series (QTB), with a particular focus on the interplay between quantum topology and representation theory. The workshop will study interactions between the two fields, including pDG stuctures, nonsemisimple TQFTs, modified traces, and the relation between Hilbert schemes of points and triply graded homology. More information […] 
21 January 2024  26 January 2024 
Conformal field theory 3 ways: integrable, probabilistic, and supersymmetric
Two dimensional conformal field theories (CFTs) are ubiquitous in mathematical physics and as such provide surprising connections between different areas of research. The past decade has seen a surge of powerful techniques using supersymmetry, integrability, and more recently, random geometry/probability to study different aspects of CFTs. For instance, the task of explicitly computing conformal blocks […] 
28 January 2024  2 February 2024 
Workshop on the Enumerative geometry of the Hilbert scheme of points
The Hilbert scheme of n points on a manifold parametrizes lengthn subschemes of M. On the one hand, this is a classifying space of finite codimension ideals in polynomial rings, on the other hand, being one of the most natural moduli spaces, it plays a major role in many classical problems in enumerative geometry, complex […] 
4 February 2024  9 February 2024 
Phase mixing, kinetic theory and fluid mechanics
The connections between kinetic theory and fluid mechanics are deeply rooted in the multitude of phenomena that these theories describe. From the classic examples of gas and plasmas dynamics to the recent applications in collective behavior, the multiscale nature of these problems is undoubtedly a fundamental common feature. Kinetic equations are paramount in modeling large […] 