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Program

The event consists in three parts, each of which can be attended independently.

Part I: Basic Courses, Sep 6 - 9.

Introductory courses on topological recursion, integrable systems, Hurwitz theory and enumeration of maps. Each day consists of 4 hours of lectures in the morning and a 2 hour exercise session in the afternoon, except for Wednesday (free afternoon).

Target Audience: graduate students/young researchers new to the topics.

Part II: Advanced Courses, Sep 10 - 13.

Advanced courses on topological recursion, integrable systems, Givental formalism and cohomological field theories, and generalised cycles on spectral curves. Each day consists of 4 hours of lectures in the morning and a 2 hour exercise session in the afternoon, except for Sunday (social activity).

Target Audience: graduate students/young researchers new to the topics and researchers that already have some experience in the field.

Part III: Open-problem collaboration-centered workshop, Sep 14 - 17.

During the first day several open problems submitted in advance will be proposed to the participants, which will have the possibility to discuss them in small groups during the rest of the workshop.

Target participants: researchers who have already been active either in the fields mentioned above or have reasonable connections to them.