Heidelberg Geometry Seminars and related events
Summer semester 2020

The Geometry Seminar (GS) is the common seminar of the Differential Geometry Group and the Symplectic Geometry Group. It takes place Tue in Seminarraum B at 13:00.

The Differential Geometry Seminar (DGS) takes place Thu in Seminarraum 5 at 14:00 and Mon in Seminarraum 3 at 9:45.

The Symplectic Geometry Seminar (SGS) takes place in Zoom at 11:15. Please join Müsli to receive the link per email.

The RTG Colloquium (RTG) is held alternately in Karlsruhe (KA) and Heidelberg (HD). In Heidelberg it takes place in Room 5.104 at 13:30.
More details about the RTG Colloquium can be found here.

Additional events are listed in the second table.

Please contact one of the organizers Johannes Horn or Lucas Dahinden if you would like to suggest a speaker, or if you want an event promoted on this webpage.

Date and time Speaker Title Seminar
Wed April 22 Lucas Dahinden (Heidelberg) Topological robotics SGS
Tue April 28 Peter Albers (Heidelberg) Introduction to Symplectic Billiards GS
Wed April 29 Arnaud Maret (Heidelberg) Ergodicity and character varieties SGS
Tue May 12 Gabriele Viaggi (Heidelberg) Uniform models for random 3-manifolds GS
Wed May 20 Arnaud Maret (Heidelberg) Kapovich-Millson SGS
Tue May 26 Johannes Horn (Heidelberg) sl(2)-type singular fibers of symplectic Hitchin systems GS
Wed May 27 Eugenio Pozzoli (Sorbonne) Controllability of molecular dynamics SGS
Wed June 24 Lucas Dahinden (Heidelberg) Subriemannian Billiards SGS
Wed July 8 Kevin Wiegand (Heidelberg) Cerf's theorem SGS
Wed July 15 Amin Mohebi (Heidelberg) Celestial mechanics SGS

Archive of past seminars: Winter 2019/20 | Summer 2019 | Winter 2018/19 | Summer 2018 | Winter 2017/18 | Summer 2017 | Winter 2016/17| Combined Archive

The following table shows additional math-events.

Date/Place Event
July 27 - 31 at IWH Heidelberg Young Researcher’s Workshop on Positivity in Lie groups
July 3 FHST Meeting on Geometry and Analysis
July 20-July 31 Summer school Geometric group theory without boundaries

Heidelberg Geometry Seminar