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10:00--11:00 | Anton Ayzenberg (HSE) Equivariant formality of isospectral matrix manifolds (link to the slide) |

11:20--12:20 | Haozhi Zeng (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) On the equivariant cohomology of torus manifolds with locally standard action |

12:20-14:00 | Lunch time |

14:00--14:30 | Koushik Brahma (Indian Institute of Technology Madras) Integral cohomology rings of weighted Grassmann orbifolds (slide) |

14:50--15:50 (online) | Jongbaek Song (KIAS) Integral cohomology ring of 4-dimensional toric orbifolds (slide) |

16:10--17:10 | Grigory Solomadin (Okayama University of Science) Cohomology of moment-angle complex quotients and spectral sequences (slide) |

10:00--11:00 | Naoki Fujita (Kumamoto University) Schubert calculus on symplectic Gelfand-Tsetlin polytopes |

11:20--12:20 | Hiraku Abe (Okayama University of Science) Peterson varieties and Cartan toric orbifolds |

12:20-14:00 | Lunch time |

14:00-14:30 | Sudeep Podder (Indian Institute of Technology Madras) K-theory of real Grassmann manifold (slide) |

14:50-15:50 | Vikraman Uma (Indian Institute of Technology Madras) Equivariant K-theory of Springer varieties (slide) |

16:10--17:10 | Naoto Yotsutani (Kagawa University) Bott manifolds and K-polystability |

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Shintaro Kuroki (Okayama U of Science)

Mikiya Masuda (OCAMI)

Takashi Sato (OCAMI)