Graduate Student Topology and Geometry Conference

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About the Conference

The Graduate Student Topology and Geometry Conference (GSTGC) is an annual meeting for graduate students interested in topology and geometry.

The aim of the conference is to expose graduate students to current research in topology and geometry, to provide graduate students a venue to give talks (either original research or expository), and to give graduate students a chance to network among themselves as well as to speak with experts in their fields.

Most of the talks at the conference will be given by graduate students. Additionally, plenary and young faculty speakers will deliver several distinguished lectures.


Plenary Speakers:


Young Faculty Speakers:


Organizers: Katherine Booth, Sally Collins, Sierra Knavel, Daniel Minahan, Anubhav Mukherjee, Agniva Roy, Thomas Rodewald, Roberta Shapiro, Weizhe Shen, Hugo Zhou, and Xingyu Zhu

Supported by the NSF and the Georgia Institute of Technology

The organizers gratefully acknowledge the help of Melissa RaineProf. Jen Hom (faculty advisor), and April McCruel.


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