The 37th Annual
The featured speaker is Andy Putman of the University of Notre Dame, who will give a series of three one-hour lectures on the Topology of Moduli Spaces. Abstracts will be posted below.
Participants are invited to contribute talks of 20 to 30 minutes. Abstracts may be entered on the registration form or sent directly to Greg Friedman (send email).
Financial support is available to help defer the travel and local expenses of participants who do not have other funding for their research. Attendees can apply for support on the registration form. Requests for support must be received by April 17 to receive full consideration. We hope to announce results of such requests shortly thereafter. Graduate students, recent PhDs in geometric topology, and members of underrepresented groups in mathematics are especially encouraged to apply.
Financial support for the workshop is provided by a grant from the National Science Foundation (DMS-1764311), by the TCU College of Science and Engineering, and by the TCU Department of Mathematics.
To defray local costs, a $25 registration fee will be collected online as part of the registration process. Your registration will not be official until the registration fee has been paid. Those seeking funding support can request reimbursement for the registration fee.
Fredric Ancel, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Greg Friedman, Texas Christian University
Craig Guilbault, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Molly Moran, Colorado College
Nathan Sunukjian, Calvin College
Eric Swenson, Brigham Young University
Frederick Tinsley, Colorado College
Gerard Venema, Calvin College
Contact Greg Friedman (send email) if you have questions about the workshop or comments on this web site.