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Workshop: Geometric Aspects of Flexible Stability

2022.03.21. - 2022.03.25.
Erdős Center

Description

The flexible stability is a relatively new notion of rigidity for countable sofic groups. Roughly speaking, a sofic group is flexibly stable if all its sofic approximations are constructed by taking unions of finite Schreier graphs and adding a little bit of noise. The subject of the workshop will be centered around the following question: Suppose G is a fundamental group of a Riemannian manifold M. How can we use the geometry of M to study the flexible stability of G?

Each participant is encouraged to give a lecture on a topic of his/her choice. We plan to devote at least half of the workshop to discussions and joint research.


  • Lukasz Grabowski
  • Oren Becker
  • Mikael de la Salle
  • Lukas Gohla
  • Izhar Oppenheim
  • Arie Levit*
  • Alex Lubotzky*

(*tentative)
 

Organizers

Mikolaj Fraczyk

Invited Speakers

Participants

Lukasz Grabowski
Oren Becker
Mikael de la Salle
Lukas Gohla
Izhar Oppenheim
Arie Levit*
Alex Lubotzky*
(*tentative)

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