Topology Seminar
Day: Every Tuesday
Time: 12:30  1:45 p.m.
Location: Encino Hall 230
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.
Fall 2019

Sept 3: David Snyder, Texas State University, On the BingBorsuk and Buseman Conjectures

Sept 10:Anton Dochtermann, Texas State University, Extendably Shellable Complexes and Simon's Conjecture

Sept 17: Hiro Tanaka, Texas State University; Chain Complexes, Categories, Categories of Modules

Sept 24: Hiro Tanaka, Texas State University; Morse Theory, Moduli Spaces, Stack of Broken Lines

Oct 1: Hiro Tanaka, Texas State University; More on Stacks, Lagrangian Floer Theory, Fukaya Categories, Mirror Symmetryr for Motivation

Oct 8: Hiro Tanaka, Texas State University; Fukaya Categories Some More, Stack of Broken Lines, Filtered Objects and Extensions

Oct 15: Hiro Tanaka, Texas State University; Fukaya Categories of Disks, Lagrangian Cobordisms, Ktheory

Oct 22: Hiro Tanaka, Texas State University; Stacks of Broken Paracycles, Sheaves of Fukaya Categories, 2Segal Spaces

Oct 29: No meeting

Nov 5: Hiro Tanaka, Texas State University, Recap and Followup

Nov 12: Joseph Hirsh, Recovering Monoids from their Representation Theory Even When We Can't

Nov 19: No meeting

Nov 26: Thomas Thickstun. Texas State University, Blowing Up Some Homology 3Manifolds

Dec 3: John Bryant, Florida State University, Counterexamples to the BingBorsuk Conjecture in High Dimensions