Both the Geometry Seminar and the RTG colloquium usually take place on Tuesdays. The seminar usually takes place in Seminarraum C at 12:30. If not, the alternative date or room is stated below. The RTG colloquium takes place in Room 5.104 at 13:30. More details about the RTG colloquium and the RTG days can be found here.
Please contact Federica Fanoni or Matthias Meiwes if you are interested in suggesting a speaker.
See here for the hompage of the Geometry Seminar for spring semester 2018.
|Date||Speaker||Title||Type of talk|
|Sep 21, 11:15||Irene Pasquinelli (Durham)||Deligne-Mostow lattices and cone metrics on the sphere||Seminar||Oct 16, 14:00||Hiroshige Shiga (Tokyo)||An extension theorem for holomorphic motions and its application to Kleinian groups||Seminar|
|Oct 17||Andreas Thom (Dresden)||RTG Karlsruhe|
|Oct 24||Lorenzo Ruffoni (Bologna)||Bubbling complex projective structures with quasi-Fuchsian holonomy||Seminar|
|Oct 27-28||Geometric Dynamics Days|
|Nov 7||Daryl Cooper (Santa Barbara)||Thurston's Compactification of Teichmüller Space||RTG Heidelberg|
|Nov 14||Umberto Hryniewicz (Rio de Janeiro)||Using holomorphic curves to construct Conley blocks that obstruct hyperbolicity||Seminar|
|Nov 21||Michael Björklund (Göteborg)||RTG Karlsruhe|
|Nov 28||Marco Mazzucchelli (Lyon)||Minimal Boundaries in Tonelli Lagrangian Systems||Seminar|
|Dec 1||Geometry Day, Heidelberg|
|Dec 5||Valentina Disarlo (Heidelberg)||On the geometry of the flip graph||RTG Heidelberg||Dec 9, 1pm, SR C||Robert Tang (Okinawa)||Veech surfaces and simple closed curves||Seminar|
|Dec 12||Kai Zehmisch (Münster)||Odd-symplectic!||Seminar|
|Dec 19||Steffen Kionke (Karlsruhe)||RTG Karlsruhe|
|Jan 9||Anna Siffert (Bonn)||Harmonic maps between cohomogeneity one manifolds||RTG Heidelberg|
|Jan 16||Jonas Beyrer (Zürich)||Cross ratios on Furstenberg boundaries||Seminar|
|Jan 23||Miles Simon (Magdeburg)||RTG Karlsruhe|
|Jan 30||Stefano Riolo (Pisa)||Hyperbolic Dehn filling in dimension four||Seminar|
|Feb 6||Annette Werner (Frankfurt)||Limits of buildings and groups||RTG Heidelberg|