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Topology and Geometry

Geometry is the study of figures in a space of a given number of dimensions and of a given type. Modern Geometry is a rapidly developing field, which vigorously interacts with other disciplines such as physics, analysis, biology, number theory, to name just a few. In recent years geometers encountered a significant number of groundbreaking results and fascinating applications. From progress in the Poincaré conjecture, geometric representation theory, quantization, to the mirror symmetry, string theory, applications in optics, biology, quantum computing — the ubiquity of geometry is impossible to overestimate. People in our group work in several important directions. We maintain strong contacts and collaboration with other groups in our department.

Members

Sergey Cherkis

Sergey Cherkis

Associate Professor, Mathematics
Hermann Flaschka

Hermann Flaschka

Professor, Applied Mathematics - GIDP
Professor, Mathematics
David Glickenstein

David Glickenstein

Associate Professor, Mathematics
Associate Head, Mathematics Graduate Program
Jack Hall

Jack Hall

Assistant Professor, Mathematics
Yi Hu

Yi Hu

Professor, Mathematics
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Douglas M Pickrell

Douglas M Pickrell

Associate Professor, Applied Mathematics - GIDP
Associate Professor, Mathematics
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