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Geometry and Topology Seminar

PDE Geometric Analysis seminar

Symplectic Geometry Seminar


Faculty in Geometry and Topology

Tullia Dymarz (U Chicago 2007) Geometric group theory, quasi-isometric rigidity.

Autumn Kent (UT Austin 2006) Hyperbolic geometry, mapping class groups, geometric group theory, connections to algebra.

Gloria Mari-Beffa (U Minnesota – Minneapolis 1991) Differential geometry, invariant theory, completely integrable systems.

Laurentiu Maxim (U Penn 2005) Geometry and topology of singularities.

Sean T. Paul (Princeton 2000) Complex differential geometry.

Jeff Viaclovsky (Princeton 1999) Differential geometry, geometric analysis.

Bing Wang (UW – Madison 2008) Geometric flows.

Lu Wang (MIT 2011) Geometric partial differential equations.

Faculty with research tied to Geometry and Topology

Sigurd Angenent (Leiden 1986) Partial differential equations.

Andrei Căldăraru (Cornell 2000) Algebraic geometry, homological algebra, string theory.

Jordan Ellenberg: (Harvard 1998) Arithmetic geometry and algebraic number theory, especially rational points on varieties over global fields.

Jean-Luc Thiffeault (UT Austin 1998) Fluid dynamics, mixing, biological swimming and mixing, topological dynamics.

Postdoctoral faculty in Geometry and Topology

Manuel González Villa (Universidad Complutense de Madrid 2010) Geometry and topology of singularities of complex algebraic varieties.

Honorary Fellow

Morris Hirsch (U Chicago 1958)


Edward Fadell (Ohio State 1952)

Sufiàn Husseini (Princeton 1960) Algebraic topology and applications.

Joel Robbin (Princeton 1965) Dynamical systems and symplectic geometry.

Peter Orlik (U Michigan 1966)

Mary Ellen Rudin (UT Austin 1949)


Upcoming conferences in Geometry and Topology held at UW

Moduli Crossroads Retreat, I

Previous conferences in Geometry and Topology held at UW

Young Geometric Group Theory in the Midwest Workshop

Group Theory, Number Theory, and Topology Day

Mirror Symmetry in the Midwest II

Singularities in the Midwest, II

Singularities in the Midwest

2010 Great Lakes Geometry Conference