What is it?

This will be a workshop in Algebraic Geometry, in topics (tangentially) related to the Stacks project.

The participants who apply and are accepted will be graduate students, post-docs, or even senior researchers. Roughly the idea is that they will learn about and work on a single topic in a small group together with a mentor for a week. Part of this process will be seeing how one builds new theory from the foundations.

There will also be some talks each day covering advanced topics in algebraic geometry. Mathematicians not in the groups are welcome to come to these talks.

The list of currently confirmed mentors is:

Previous editions:

Date and location

The workshop will be at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, from August 7 to August 11, 2023.


Applications are now closed.

Note: If you are accepted to the workshop, we will later ask for your preferences for group/topic/mentor.

Extra activities

The Stacks project workshop will have some optional activities you won't see at other workshops. Adding references to and finding mistakes in the Stacks project (and fixing them) as well as activities related to the use of LaTeX, Git, and GitHub. Overall these will be aimed at helping you contribute efficiently to the Stacks project.

For those who are interested, we will also discuss how it is possible to contribute to the software that runs the Stacks project.


The workshop is being organized by

To contact the organisers, please send an email to stacksprojectworkshop@gmail.com.