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Analytic torsion and interactions

2–6 September 2024, Münster, Germany

Analytic torsion in its many facets is an important secondary spectral invariant studied in global analysis. The aim of this conference is to present a panorama of recent developments and interactions with other fields, that the study of analytic torsion has seen in the last years.


Amina Abdurrahman (Stony Brook)
Pierre Albin (Illinois Urbana-Champaign)
Léo Bénard (Marseille)
Sebastian Goette (Freiburg)
Siarhei Finski (Paris)
Bingxiao Liu (Cologne)
Bo Liu (Shanghai)
Wolfgang Lück (Bonn)
Jasmin Matz (Copenhagen)
Gerard Freixas i Montplet (Paris)
Werner Müller (Bonn)
Anna-Maria Pippich (Konstanz)
Martin Puchol (Paris)
Jean Raimbault (Marseille)
Damian Rössler (Oxford)
Julie Rowlett (Chalmers)
Shu Shen (Paris)
Polyxeni Spilioti (Göttingen)
Boris Vertman (Oldenburg)
Tobias Weich (Paderborn)
Ken-Ichi Yoshikawa (Kyoto)
Weiping Zhang (Chern Institute)



Ursula Ludwig (Münster)
Xiaonan Ma (Paris)





Please register here to take part in the conference.

Deadline for registration: July 31, 2024.

Support and child care

We do have limited funds for providing financial support, mainly local costs. We encourage in particular young participants to apply via the registration from.
Deadline for applications for financial support: May 31, 2024.

Childcare is available free of charge for all conference participants.

Venue and Travel Information

The conference takes place in room SRZ 216/217 on the second floor of the seminar building (Seminarraumzentrum, SRZ) next to the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science and the Cluster of Excellence Mathematics Münster, at

Seminarraumzentrum (SRZ)
Orléans-Ring 12
48149 Münster

Directions can be found on openstreetmap or on the University of Münster campus map.

We have also collected practical information in a leaflet: Information for conference guests / Informationsblatt für Tagungsteilnehmer:innen [enIde]


You are welcome to download the poster from this page and display it at your institution.


The conference is supported by the Cluster of Excellence Mathematics Münster, by the ANR-DFG-project Quantization, Singularities, and holomorphic Dynamics (Project number 490843120) and by DFG RTG 2553 Symmetries and classifying spaces: analytic, arithmetic and derived.