The Workshop takes place at the University of Jena from June 10 to June 12.
Milos Antic (Belgrade)
Neda Bokan (Belgrade)
Volodymir Kiosak (Jena)
Gianni Manno (Jena)
Vladimir Matveev (Jena)
Rada Mutavdic (Belgrade)
Stefan Rosemann (Jena)
Katja Sagerschnig (Canberra)
Konrad Schöbel (Jena)
Tijana Sukilovic (Belgrade)
Dennis The (Canberra)
Andreas Vollmer (Jena)
Srdjan Vukmirovic (Belgrade)
All lectures take place in CarlZeissStraße 3 (which is the main building on the university campus ErnstAbbePlatz) but in different rooms.
10:1511:15 SR 384 
Neda Bokan (Belgrade): "Induced representations of classical Lie groups and their applications" 
Coffee Break 

12:1513:15 HS 6 
Konrad Schöbel (Jena): "Separation coordinates and moduli spaces of stable curves" 
Lunch 

14:3015:30 HS 6 
Gianni Manno (Jena): "Contact geometry of MongeAmpère equations" 
09:0010:00 HS 6 
Srdjan Vukmirovic (Belgrade): "Geometry of 4dimensional Lie Groups with left invariant Lorentzian metric I" At the begining we present some general facts regarding spaces leftinvariant metrics on Lie groups. In dimension $4$ there are only two nonabelian nilpotent Lie algebras: $h_3 \oplus R$ (where $h_3$ is Heisenberg algebra) and $g_4$. The first is $2$step nilpotent and the second is $3$step nilpotent. We give classification of nonequivalent inner products on these Lie algebras. These metrics rise to nonequivalent leftinvariant metrics on corresponding Lie groups. Geometry of these Lie groups is also discussed (curvature, isometry groups, projective equivalence...). As one can expect, the geometry in Lorentzian setting is far more interesting than the Riemannian one. This is joint work with N. Bokan. 
Coffee Break 

10:3011:30 HS 6 
Tijana Sukilovic (Belgrade): "Geometry of 4dimensional Lie Groups with left invariant Lorentzian metric II" 
Lunch 

16:0017:00 HS 6 
Stefan Rosemann (Jena): "The conification construction for Kähler metrics and applications to cprojective geometry" 
09:0010:00 HS 6 
Dennis The (Canberra): "The gap phenomenon in parabolic geometries" Many geometric structures (such as Riemannian, conformal, CR, projective, systems of ODE, and various types of generic distributions) admit an equivalent description as Cartan geometries. For Cartan geometries of a given type, the maximal amount of symmetry is realized by the flat model. However, if the geometry is not (locally) flat, how much symmetry can it have? Understanding this "gap" between maximal and submaximal symmetry in the case of parabolic geometries is the subject of this talk. I'll describe how a combination of Tanaka theory, Kostant's version of the BottBorelWeil theorem, and a new Dynkin diagram recipe led to a complete classification of the submaximal symmetry dimensions in all parabolic geometries of type (G,P), where G is a complex or splitreal simple Lie group and P is a parabolic subgroup. (Joint work with Boris Kruglikov.) 
Coffee Break 

10:3011:00 SR 309 
Milos Antic (Belgrade): "TBA" 
11:0011:30 SR 309 
Rada Mutavdic (Belgrade): "TBA" 
11:3012:00 SR 309 
Katja Sagerschnig (Canberra): "TBA" 
Lunch 