Topology and Geometry Seminar | Department of Mathematics

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Topology and Geometry Seminar

The focus of the Topology and Geometry Seminar is to allow geometers and topologists to discuss their current research and interests.  Areas of interest include differential geometry, Riemannian geometry, topological dynamics, algebraic topology, knot theory, orbifold theory, etc. Speakers will include graduate students, faculty members and visiting researchers.

Talks are currently being held every Thursdays from 2:00pm-3:30pm in GAB 473.

For more information, please contact Tim Wilson.

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