Speakers will be requested to present their perspective on the central research goals of their area. In doing so, some may choose to use their own research as a lens. Presentations will be expository and instructive, and with a primary focus on what remains to be solved. The target audience is researchers within the broad research area who may not be aware of all the recent results and techniques.

​The week will be divided into three parts corresponding to the three broad themes of the workshop. For each theme, in addition to the talks, there will be an open session where all participants will be invited to contribute short remarks or open problems. Participants who present open problems will provide written versions of their problems, which will be compiled and made publicly accessible.

The schedule will be light, to allow plenty of time for interaction between participants.

A Satellite Meeting of the Mathematical Congress of the Americas