Day: Every Friday
Time: 11 - 12:20 p.m.
Location: Derrick Hall 333
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.
- Jan 24: David Snyder, Texas State University, On the Topological Dynamics of the Solvent-excluded Surface of a Protein During Flexing
- Jan 31: Hiro Tanaka, Texas State University, Solid Mathematics I
- Feb 7: No Meeting
- Feb 14: David Snyder, Texas State University, Pro-objects, Pro-categories, Pro-adjoints, and Kan Extensions, Part 1
- Feb 21: Hiro Tanaka, Texas State University, Solid and Condensed Math, Continued: Recovering Usual Cohomology of Spaces
- Feb 28: Isiah Silaski, Texas State University, Solid and Condensed Math: Recovering Usual Cohomology of Spaces (continued)
- March 6: Wade Hindes, Texas State University, An Introduction to Galois Representations
- March 13: David Snyder, Texas State University, Morphisms in the Pro-finite category, Stone spaces, the Stone Duality Theorem, and Pro-finite Kan extensions
- March 20: Spring Break
- March 27: William Grilliette, Texas State Univerity, TBD
- April 3: Sean Lawton, George Mason University, What is a Character Variety?
- April 10: Sara Venkatesh, Stanford University, TBD
- April 17:
- April 24:
- May 1: Abigail Ward, Stanford University, TBA