Day: Every Thursday
Time: 2 - 3:15 pm
Location: Derrick Hall 227
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.
- Sept 13: Sean Corrigan, Texas State University, Perfect Morse functions on three-dimensional orbifolds
- Sept 20: Will Grilliette, Texas State University, Comma Categories, Part I: Topologies & σ-Algebras
- Sept 27: David Snyder, Texas State University, Generalized Dunce Hats Are Not Splittable
- Oct 18: Sean Corrigan, Texas State University, Morse (in)equalities for low-dimensional orbifolds
- Oct 25: David Snyder, Texas State University, A new technique for construction rational non-integral homology 4-balls with homology sphere boundary
- Nov 1: William Grilliette, Texas State University, Matricial Banach Spaces
- Nov 8: Melissa McGuirl, Brown University, A Topological Study of Spatio-temporal Pattern Formation
- Nov 15: Henry Adams, Colorado State University, Metric reconstruction via optimal transport
- Nov 29: Thomas Thickstun, Texas State University, A monotone, degree-zero self-map of the Pontryagin surface.
- Dec 6: Weam Al-Tameemi, Texas State University, Algebraically Determined Semidirect Products