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Texas A&M University

Geometry and Topology

Geometry is the study of symmetry and shape. It is perhaps the oldest mathematical subject, and one at the forefront of research today. Geometers at A&M span the field, with interests in Algebraic, Differential, and Discrete Geometry, as well as algebraic topology. The department has special strengths in computational and applied geometry. There is significant overlapping interests with mathematical physics (both within the Mathematics and Physics departments).


Geometry Seminar
Friday, 4pm, Milner 216

Working Geometry Seminar
Tuesday, 2:00-3:30pm, Milner 317.

Algebraic Geometry Seminar
Monday, 3:00-3:50pm, Milner 216.

Physics: High-Energy Theory Seminar
Monday, 2pm, MIST 102


Texas Geometry and Topology Conference

Texas Algebraic Geometry Seminar


Stephen Fulling - Mathematical Physics

Peter Kuchment - Integral Geometry & Geometric Analysis

J.M. Landsberg - Algebraic Geometry & Differential Geometry

Paulo Lima-Filho - Algebraic Geometry & Algebraic Topology

Laura Matusevich - Algebraic Geometry & Discrete Geometry

Gregory Pearlstein - Complex Geometry

Jon Pitts - Geometric Analysis

J. Maurice Rojas - Algebraic Geometry & Discrete Geometry

Frank Sottile - Algebraic Geometry & Discrete Geometry

Peter Stiller - Algebraic Geometry & Applications

Igor Zelenko - Differential invariants

Visiting members

Student members

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