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Texas Geometry and Topology Conference


Serving the Mathematical Community since 1989


Upcoming Conference:

62th meeting at Texas A&M University, Colllege  Station, November 8-10, 2019

Speakers:

Irina Bobkova,  Texas A&M University

Andreas Cap,  University of Vienna

Mikhail Gromov,   New York University and IHES

John Lott,  UC Berkeley

Mikhail Lyubich, Stony Brook University

Mateusz Michalek, Max Planck Institute, Leipzig

Kirsten Wickelgren, Duke University

Tian Yang. Texas A&M University



Organizers: Dean Baskin, JM Landsberg,  and Igor Zelenko


This Conference is supported by the National Science Foundation and Texas A&M University.

Registration

There are no registration fees, everyone is welcome, but we ask all participants to register. Register by clicking here!

Some support is available. Graduate students, post-docs, junior faculty, women, minorities, and persons with disabilities are especially encourage to participate and to apply for support. The deadline for the application for support is October 15

The schedule of the talks, the information on accommodation and directions to Texas A&M University will be posted soon

Administrative questions? Contact Cara Barton tgtc@math.tamu.edu (979) 845-2915.

Conference Information

The Texas Geometry and Topology Conference (TGTC) is dedicated to the enhancement of both the educational and the research atmosphere of the community of geometers and topologists in Texas and surrounding states. The TGTC has three specific goals:

  • The TGTC is committed to bring researchers of national and international stature to the region to discuss their research and to interact with mathematicians from Texas and surrounding states.
  • The TGTC provides the community of geometers and topologists from Texas and surrounding states a convenient forum to meet and share mathematics on a regular basis. The geographic region is so large that few reasonable alternatives exist. The conference strongly encourages both individual research and productive cooperative efforts between schools.
  • The TGTC is committed to the strengthening and enrichment of the mathematics personnel base. Graduate students, junior faculty, women, minorities, and persons with disabilities are especially encouraged to participate..