The DAGGER seminar is an informal seminar for junior researchers in Dynamics, Geometry and Topology at Warwick. The aim is to provide an accessible setting where postgraduate students and postdocs can talk about their research or any topic that they have been learning about recently. In other words, any topic that interests you and that might interest other postgrads can be discussed here.
That said, students and postdocs from other areas are encouraged to participate too! Also, if you are a third or fourth year student interested in these areas you are welcome to join!
The talks usually take place Mondays 2pm-3pm. For the time being, the seminar will be held online via Microsoft Teams. Here is the link to join this weeks meeting.
|12th Oct 2020||Marco Barberis (University of Warwick)||Rigidity of curve graphs and Ivanov's Metaconjecture|
|19th Oct 2020|
|26th Oct 2020||Selim Ghazouani (Orsay)||TBC|
|2nd Nov 2020|
|9th Nov 2020||Harry Petyt (University of Bristol)||TBC|
|16th Nov 2020|
|23rd Nov 2020|
|30th Nov 2020|
|7th Dec 2020||Valentin Huguin (Université de Toulouse)||Unicritical polynomial maps with rational multipliers|