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Igor Rivin speaking at the Geometry and Dynamics seminar at Penn State

Igor will be speaking in the Geometry and Dynamics Seminar at Penn State on November 28th, on the topic of “counting curves on usually hyperbolic) surfaces.”

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Dave Futer’s talk at Stony Brook

On Thursday, April 12, Dave Futer is speaking in the Thursday Topology seminar at Stony Brook University. Title: The Jones polynomial and surfaces far from fibers Abstract: This talk explores relations between colored Jones polynomials and the topology of incompressible … Continue reading

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Dave Futer’s talk at Michigan State

This Monday, April 9, Dave Futer is speaking in the Low-Dimensional Topology seminar at Michigan State University. Title: Small volume link orbifolds Abstract: I will discuss recent investigations of small volume hyperbolic 3-orbifolds whose singular locus is a link. An … Continue reading

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Dave Futer’s talk at AMS Meeting in Lawrence, KS

This Friday, March 30, Dave Futer is speaking in the special session on Geometric Topology and Group Theory at the AMS Central Section Meeting in Lawrence, KS. Title: Cusp geometry of fibered 3-manifolds Abstract: Let be a surface with punctures, … Continue reading

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Dave Futer’s talk at Penn

This Thursday, March 29, Dave Futer is speaking in the geometry-topology seminar at UPenn. The talk will be in DRL 4C8 at 4:30 PM. Title: The Jones polynomial and surfaces far from fibers Abstract: This talk explores relations between colored … Continue reading

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Justin Malestein’s talk at Stony Brook University

Justin Malestein will be giving a talk in the Topology Seminar at Stony Brook Thursday, March 29 at 12:50 PM. ┬áHe will be talking on relations between intersections of closed curves on surfaces and the lower central series of the … Continue reading

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Igor Rivin’s colloquium at Brown University

Igor will speak at the Brown University Mathematics Colloquium on March 21. Title: How thin is thin Abstract: I will discuss some recent work (some of it joint with I. Capdeboscq, E. Fuchs, and P. Sarnak) on random subgroups of … Continue reading

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