Past Events

Colloquium: "Simplicial homology, part IV" by Dr. Guilherme Sadovski

2020-04-10
via Zoom

Speaker: Dr. Sadovski is a member of this unit (visit his page)

Minicurse: Morse Theory

2020-04-01
Lecture Room Lab 4

This session will represent an introduction to several more advanced topological topics that are important in different branches of mathematics and physics.

Minicurse: Morse Theory

2020-03-26
C016

We will discuss algebraic properties of knot surgery diagrams that turn out to be useful tools to simplify the description of a three manifod.

【Cancelled】Visit: Dr. Luca Lionni (IMAPP, Radboud University)

2020-03-23 to 2020-03-24

Visit: Dr. Luca Lionni (IMAPP, Radboud University)

【Cancelled】Visit: Dr. Stephane Dartois (Université de Bordeaux)

2020-03-23 to 2020-03-24

Visit: Dr. Stephane Dartois (Université de Bordeaux)

Minicurse: Morse Theory

2020-03-19
B717

We will focus this lecture on the concept of homology and its relation to the handle decomposition of manifolds.

Minicurse: Morse Theory

2020-03-16
C016

Speaker: Prof. Andrew Lobb


Morse theory is a branch of mathematics with which we can infer topological information of manifolds. In this series of lectures we will explore its formulation and how it encodes topology.

Minicurse: Morse Theory

2020-03-12
D014

Speaker: Prof. Andrew Lobb
Morse theory is a branch of mathematics with which we can infer topological information of manifolds. In this series of lectures we will explore its formulation and how it encodes topology.

Colloquium: "Gravity as a SO(1,3) gauge theory" by Mr. Ryusei Maeda

2020-03-06
B714a
Speaker: Mr. Ryusei Maeda is a 3rd year undergratuate student at University of Tokyo and is currently visiting OIST as a research intern.
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Minicurse: Morse Theory

2020-03-05
B711

Speaker: Prof. Andrew Lobb


Morse theory is a branch of mathematics with which we can infer topological information of manifolds. In this series of lectures we will explore its formulation and how it encodes topology.

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