The goal of the seminar is to give the Phd students in the algebraic topology group a space to share their research interests and practice giving talks in an informal setting, to an audience with similar interests. The talks should be planned for 30-45 minutes, and questions during the talks are encouraged so hopefully the talk will stretch to 1h.
We meet on Wednesdays at 4 in A1.01.
Term 1 22/23
|Oct 12||David Tintinago Pinzon|
|Oct 19||Emanuele Dotto|
|Oct 26||Marco La Vecchia|
|Nov 2||Julie Rasmusen|
|Nov 9||Andrew Ronan|
|Nov 16||Sunny Sood|
Term 1 20/21
|Oct 14||Julie Rasmusen|
|Oct 21||Marco La Vecchia|
|Oct 28||Emanuele Dotto|
|Nov 4||David Tintinago Pinzon|
|Nov 11||Andrew Ronan|
Term 3 19/20
The goal of this seminar is to keep in touch and discuss our research remotely during term 3, while apart due to the lockdown. The seminar is particularly aimed at graduate students in algebraic topology.
We meet on Wednesdays 4-5 pm on zoom, for two talks of 10-20 minutes highlighting a specific research question.
|Apr 22||Emanuele Dotto and Matteo Barucco|
|Apr 29||Scott Balchin|
|May 6||John Greenlees and Igor Sikora|
|May 13||John Jones and Andrew Ronan|
|May 20||Markus Hausmann|
|Jun 3||Emanuele Dotto|
|Jun 10||Scott Balchin|
|Jun 17||John Greenlees|