Web Conference — June 25, 2020


This one-day online conference will bring together geometers and representation theorists working on various aspects of quiver varieties and symplectic resolutions. Through both established and emerging research, these topics enjoy multiple points of contact with investigations into birational geometry, universal enveloping algebras, hyperplane arrangements, character varieties, Higgs bundle moduli spaces and the Hitchin system, hyperpolygon spaces, and the geometric Langlands program. Furthermore, both ordinary and Nakajima quiver varieties provide distinguished examples of integrable systems, mirror symmetry, and symplectic duality. The talks in the Qolloquium conference will explore a number of these ideas and themes with the goal of creating new connections between researchers and their research programs.


The conference took place on the Zoom platform and was attended by 108 participants from 24 countries.

For any questions regarding the workshop, please contact one of the organizers below.



The organizers gratefully acknowledge the Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences (PIMS) for providing technical resources and assistance for this conference. Videos for the talks are hosted here, courtesy of PIMS and MathTube.