Geometry and Topology Research Group

Geometry and Topology Seminar: List of Speakers
Organizers

Benoit Charbonneau
Shengda Hu
Spiro Karigiannis
David McKinnon
Ruxandra Moraru
Doug Park
Matt Satriano

The seminar is generally held Fridays from 2:30 to 3:20 in MC 5403.
This page was last updated January 15, 2018.
Date Speaker Title
Wednesday, September 6
1:00-2:00
Lashi Bandara
Universität Potsdam
Spectral flow and the Riesz stability of the Atiyah-Singer Dirac operator under bounded perturbations of local boundary conditions
Wednesday, September 6
2:15-3:15
Nuno Romão
Universität Augsburg
Moduli of symplectic vortices: topology and asymptotic geometry
Wednesday, September 6
3:30-4:30
Derek Harland
University of Leeds
Cyclic monopole chains
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September 29 Dhruv Ranganathan
MIT
Moduli of elliptic curves in toric varieties and tropical geometry
October 6 Ajneet Dhillon
University of Western Ontario
Tamagawa numbers and connected components of stacks
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October 20 Esther Cabezas-Rivas
University of Frankfurt
TBA
October 27 Mykola Matviichuk
University of Toronto
Deformation of Dirac structures via L infinity algebras
November 3 Lu Wang
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Asymptotic structure of self-shrinkers of mean curvature flow
November 10 Yoav Len
University of Waterloo
Tangent lines and the equation 28 = 7 x 4
November 17 Eric Woolgar
University of Alberta
Curvature-dimension conditions in relativity and Lorentzian geometry
November 24 Xinliang An
University of Toronto
On Singularity Formation and General Relativity
December 1 Ákos Nagy
University of Waterloo
Vortex-like instantons on the Euclidean Schwarzschild manifold
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Wednesday, January 17
2:30-3:30 in MC 5479
Dustin Cartwright
University of Tennessee
TBA
January 26 Michael Bailey
University of Waterloo
TBA
February 2 Eli Shamovich
University of Waterloo
Real Fibered Morphism and Definite Determinantal Representations
February 9 .
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February 16 Ali Aleyasin
University of Waterloo
TBA
February 23 (Reading Week) Sebastien Picard
Columbia University
The Anomaly flow over Riemann surfaces
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March 9 Nickolas Rollick
University of Waterloo
Approximating projective subvarieties
March 16 Tatyana Barron
Western University
Multisymplectic manifolds and quantization
March 23 Mattias Nagel
McMaster University
TBA
March 30 GOOD FRIDAY
April 6 McKenzie Wang
McMaster University
Examples of ancient flows on bundles
May 25 Andrew Swann
Aarhus University
Toric geometry of G2 metrics