The 38th Annual
(Online) Workshop in
The Workshops in Geometric Topology are a series of informal research conferences that have been held each year since 1984 with the exception of 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Most have been partially supported by grants from the National Science Foundation. Previous workshops have been hosted by Oregon State University, the Colorado College, Brigham Young University, Calvin College, Texas Christian University, and the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee.
Each workshop features a series of three lectures by one principal speaker. This format allows the speaker to give a substantial introduction to an area of current research in geometric topology.
Participants are invited to contribute talks on their own research; time is allotted each day for short talks by participants. In addition, there is ample time set aside each day for informal interactions between participants.