Higher Lie theory

December 9–11, 2013, University of Luxembourg

Supported by:
University of Luxembourg
University of Luxembourg

Mathematics Research Unit
Mathematics Research Unit

Aim and scope

For finite dimensional real Lie algebras, the integration theorems of Lie and Cartan give satisfying answers regarding the integration of objects, morphisms, and subobjects. A number of generalizations of Lie algebras have been considered: infinite dimensional Lie algebras, Leibniz algebras, Lie infinity algebras, categorified and oidified Lie algebras… In all these cases, similar integration problems have been and are still being intensively studied.

The aim of this workshop is to give a broad view of current research and new trends in higher Lie theory, with an emphasis on integration problems and related topics.


Friedrich Wagemann (University of Nantes)
Integration of Leibniz algebras


Scientific committee

Organizing committee


For more information, contact Benoît Jubin.