Geometry and Topology Seminar


The Geometry and Topology Seminar normally meets on Wednesday afternoons at 4pm in PHSC 809. When the speaker is from outside OU, we have tea at 3:30pm in PHSC 424. For more information about the seminar, contact Hung Tran.

Spring 2020

January 22
4:00 PM
PHSC 809
Jing Tao
University of Oklahoma
Shape of the Thurston norm ball
January 29
4:00 PM
PHSC 809
Jorge Lauret
Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina
The beta operator of a homogeneous space revisited
February 12
4:00 PM
PHSC 809
Hung C. Tran
University of Oklahoma
Divergence of finitely presented groups
February 19
4:00 PM
PHSC 809
Emily Stark
University of Utah
Action rigidity for free products of hyperbolic manifold groups
February 26
4:00 PM
PHSC 809
Ricardo Mendes
University of Oklahoma
The isometry group of spherical quotients
March 4
4:00 PM
PHSC 313
Lawrence Mouillé
University of California, Riverside
Positive intermediate Ricci curvature with torus symmetries
March 11
4:00 PM
PHSC 809
Derrick Wigglesworth
University of Arkansas
Algorithmic Detection of Geometric Automorphisms of Free Groups
April 8
4:00 PM
Zoom
Dustin Gaskins
University of Oklahoma
Einstein Homogeneous Spaces
April 15
4:00 PM
PHSC 809
Jordan Danser
University of Oklahoma

Fall 2019

August 28
4:00 PM
PHSC 809
Hung C. Tran
University of Oklahoma
The local to global property for Morse quasi-geodesics
September 4
4:00 PM
PHSC 809
Leonard Rubin
University of Oklahoma
Dimension Theory, Extension Theory, and a Product-Suspension Result
September 11
4:00 PM
PHSC 809
Jing Tao
University of Oklahoma
A tale of two metrics
September 25
4:00 PM
PHSC 809
Ricardo Mendes
University of Oklahoma
Convex Algebraic Geometry of Riemannian Curvature Operators
October 2
4:00 PM
PHSC 809
Christopher Cashen
University of Vienna
Cogrowth for group actions with strongly contracting elements
October 23
4:00 PM
PHSC 809
Boris Apanasov
University of Oklahoma
"Siamese twins construction" in Teichmüller space of hyperbolic 3-manifolds
November 6
4:00 PM
PHSC 809
Leonard R. Rubin
University of Oklahoma
Extension Theory: A Product\Suspension Theorem
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