Email: e.te-winkel at warwick.ac.uk
I am a third year postgraduate student, supervised by Brian Bowditch and Saul Schleimer. My research interests lie in geometric group theory, hyperbolic geometry and low-dimensional topology. Specifically, I am thinking about quasi-isometric rigidity questions for complexes related to the curve complex.
19 March 2019 "Surface homeomorphisms and pants decompositions", BRIJGES, Bristol, UK
26 October 2018 "The pants graph", Geometry Tea, Cambridge, UK
30 May 2018 "Coarse geometry of the pants graph", Junior Topology and Group Theory Seminar, Oxford, UK
2 December 2017 "Low-dimensional manifolds and their geometry", Warwick-Imperial Autumn Meeting, Warwick, UK
30 October 2017 "Mostow's rigidity theorem", GATEWAY Seminar, Warwick, UK
17 May 2017 "Why surfaces are just glued pants", Postgraduate Seminar, Warwick, UK
February 2019 Geometric Analysis meets Geometric Topology, Heidelberg, Germany
September 2018 Dragon Applied Topology Conference, Swansea, UK
July 2018 Graphs, surfaces, and cube complexes, Warwick, UK
June 2018 Research School on 3-Manifolds and Geometric Group Theory, Luminy, France
April 2018 Geometry of Teichmüller space and mapping class groups, Warwick, UK
March 2018 YGGT meeting VII, Les Diablerets, Switzerland
December 2017 Computation in geometric topology, Warwick, UK
October 2017 Ada Lovelace Day, Warwick, UK
September 2017 LMS-CMI Research School, Warwick, UK
June 2017 yGAGTA and GAGTA 2017, Bilbao, Spain
March 2017 YGGT meeting VI, Oxford, UK
June 2016 Beyond hyperbolicity, Cambridge, UK
March 2016 BeNeLux Mathematical Congress, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
February 2016 YGGT meeting V, Karlsruhe, Germany
Furthermore, I regularly attend the GGSE meetings.
In August 2018 I was a teaching volunteer at SAMI Maths Camp in Kitale, Kenya. Talk to me if you want to know more!
I completed my master degree at the University of Bonn, where I wrote my thesis with Harry Baik on sticky and slippery laminations of the circle. Before that, I did my bachelor degree at the University of Amsterdam. My bachelor project was on the topic of Sullivan's No Wandering Domain theorem, supervised by Han Peters.