Fulvio Gesmundo

Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse - Université Paul Sabatier

JM Invariant at 60:
A Conference on Tensor Invariants in Geometry and Complexity Theory - Spring 2024

Together with Austin Conner, Cameron Farnsworth, Frederic Holweck and Luke Oeding, we organized a conference on tensors and invariants to celebrate Joseph Landsberg's 60th birthday. The conference was held at Auburn University, May 13 - May 17, 2024. More information on this event is available at this page.

SIAM Minisymposia on Tensors at SIAM AG 23 - Summer 2023

Together with Francesco Galuppi, Kaie Kubjas, Alessandro Oneto, Pierpaola Santarsiero, Luca Sodomaco, Neriman Tokcan, Nick Vannieuwenhoven, we organized two Minisymposia, with four sessions each, on Tensors and related topics at the SIAM AG'2023 conference, at Eindhoven, July 10-14, 2023. The two Minisymposia are:

More information on this event is available on this separate page.

AGATES Semester - Fall 2022

AGATES is a thematic semester on Algebraic Geometry with Applications to TEnsors and Secants. The semester ran from September 12 to December 16, 2022 and focused on a number of aspects of the geometry of tensors. Students and young researchers were particularly invited to attend

I participated as a Simons Junior Leader and I helped organizing the following events within the AGATES semester:

More information on these events is also available on this separate page and on the main page of the AGATES semester.

SIAM Minisymposium on Tensor Networks and Geometry - Summer 2021

During SIAM AG 2021, we organized a SIAM Minisymposium in two sessions ( link and link) focused on geometric aspects of tensor networks. We brought together experts from geometry and from quantum physics to review some recent progress aiming to bridge the gap between the two communities in an effort to lay the path toward future collaborations.

QMATH Masterclass on Tensors: Geometry and Quantum Information - Summer 2018

This Masterclass aimed to provide an overview of the latest developments and open problems in the field of tensor methods in the context of quantum many-body systems and quantum information theory. It included three minicourses by experts in these fields and additional lectures by both local and external speakers. Our primary aim was to expose graduate students and postdocs to the latest research on some of the most important open problems in this field.

Seminar Series