Topology Seminar
Day: Every Friday
Time: 11  11:50 am
Location: Derrick Hall 334
A seminar in topology: geometric, algebraic, general, abstract, combinatorial, and applied. This is a faculty research seminar focused on topology and its applications. Graduate and undergraduate students interested in topology and its applications are welcome to attend.
Spring 2018
 Feb 2: (Colloquium  3:30  4:40 DERR 329) Robert Gompf, University of Texas, Austin, Exotic Smooth Structures on R^{4}

Feb 9: William Grillette, Texas State University, Connecting Topology and Analysis (Part III): Revisiting Injectivity and Projectivity

Feb 16: Sean Corrigan, Texas State University, Perfect Morse functions on twodimensional orbifolds

Feb 23: Thomas Thickstun, Texas State University, Homogeneity of the Pontryagin surface

Mar 2: David Snyder, Texas State University, Continuous actions of finite groups on S3 and maps on 4manifolds with circlelike fibers

Mar 16: Spring Break (no speaker)

Mar 23: Diana Hubbard, University of Michigan, Minimal representatives of knots

March 30: Jorge Acosta, Texas State University, The Limits of Opers

April 6: William Grilliette, Texas State University, Functor Categories and Topoi

April 13: Isaiah Silaski (undergraduate) , Texas State University, Some Remarks on the Topic of Commensurability as it appears in Thurston's Notes

April 20: Sean Corrigan, Texas State University, Morse Numbers and Inequalities for Integral

April 27: David Snyder, Texas State University, Recent results regarding the Cannon Conjecture
Fall 2017
 Sep 5: David Snyder, Texas State University, AlexanderSpanier cohomology and Čech homology
 Sep 12: Tim Chase, Texas State University, A study on Monotonically Metacompact and Property (A) ((B))
 Sep 19: Thomas Thickstun, Texas State University, Recognizing Manifolds
 Oct 3: Tim Chase, Texas State University, More Meditations on Monotonically Metacompactness
 Oct 10: William Grilliette, Texas State University, Normed Tensor Products
 Oct 17: William Grilliete, Texas State University, Normed Operator Ideals
 Oct 24: Greg Friedman, Texas Christian University, Stratified Spaces and Intersection Homology
 Nov 7: David Snyder, Texas State University, Integer homology 3spheres and the 3sphere recognition problem
 Nov 16 (Thursday): Robert Daverman, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Smearing the wildness of crumpled cubes