Random Conformal Geometry and Related Fields in Jeju

June 5 − 9, 2023

Jeju Island, Korea

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  • The conference will take place in Halla Room on the ground floor of Landing Jeju Shinhwa World Hotels and Resorts.
  • Based on the registration forms, KIAS has booked the rooms at Marriott Jeju Shinhwa World Hotels and Resorts and will cover six nights (June 04 - June 10). The conference rate for an extra night is 187,000 Korean Won per night. If you have changed your itinerary or the number of accompanying persons after submitting the registration form, please let us know the updated information. Otherwise, you will not be able to get the conference rate. If there are accompanying persons, you are requested to pay for their additional breakfast costs of 33,000 Korean Won per meal.
  • Your rooms have been upgraded from Landing to Marriott. See the map.
  • Students without accompanying persons will share their rooms.
  • The Conference Banquet will take place on Monday evening at JEJUSEON, Marriott Resort GF.
  • If you would like to join the Wednesday Excursion to Jeju Jungmun Tourist Complex and Yakcheonsa Temple, please sign up for it on Monday (at the registration desk) with the excursion fee (10,000 Korean Won + Donation). Please pay this fee on Monday or Tuesday. The Excursion Dinner will take place at Gasdon (Jeju Island Korean Barbecue).
  • If you plan to hike Mount Hallasan, you must make a reservation for the top courses, Seongpanak Trail and Gwaneumsa Trail, at the Reservation Site. You can explore other courses without reservation.


This conference will be held at Jeju Shinhwa World in Jeju Island with focus on recent developments in Schramm-Loewner evolution and its connections to Gaussian fields and conformal field theory, the continuum random trees, random surfaces produced by Liouville quantum gravity, and Jordan curves obtained from random conformal weldings. The conference is by invitation only.


Supported by

Samsung Science &
Technology Foundation
Korea Institute
for Advanced Study