The investigation of the interactions of geometric, topological and algebraic structures has reiteratively led to new scientific advances within and beyond the realms of mathematics. A preeminent example being the geometrization of 3-manifolds.
Researchers from algebraic geometry, differential geometry, geometric analysis, geometric group theory, metric geometry, topology and number theory jointly constitute the research focus "Geometry, Groups and Topology". Their objective is to represent those interactions in both research and teaching.
Geometry, Groups and Topology 2013
Karlsruhe, 7 - 11 October 2013
Riemannian Topology Seminar
F-Structures in Geometry and Topology
Karlsruhe, 28 - 29 November 2013
Rotenberg, 13 - 15 December 2013
4. Geometry Day
Heidelberg, 24 January 2014
Prof. Dr. Anna Wienhard, Universität Heidelberg
Karlsruhe, 28 January 2014
- Participating researchers
- Research seminar Geometry, Groups and Topology
- Conferences and workshops
- PhD workshops
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Research seminar Geometry, Groups and Topology
Renowned external speakers are invited to the research seminar on a regular basis. The research seminar takes place in room 1C-03 of the Allianz-Gebäude (05.20), tuesday 16:00h - 17:00h.
Summer term 2013
2 July: Michael Puschnigg (Heidelberg and Marseille)
The Baum-Connes conjecture
11 June: Kevin Wortman (University of Utah)
Cohomology of arithmetic groups over function fields and related groups
21 May: Sara Maloni (Université Paris-Sud 11)
Plumbing construction and slices of Quasifuchsian groups
14 May: David Wraith (National University of Ireland, Maynooth)
Aspects of topology and geometry in cohomogeneity greater than one
30 April: Łukasz Grabowski (University of Oxford)
Some spectral computations of random walk operators
Conferences and workshops
- Heidelberg-Karlsruhe-Strasbourg Geometry Days (semi-annually: Fall 2013)
- Karlsruher Weihnachtsworkshop zur Geometrie und Zahlentheorie (annually: 2012)