Each talk is at 3:30 PM in RLM 10.176.
Prior to SAGE, the following speakers will give “warm-up” talks:
Tuesday, April 10 – Benni Goetz: Basics of complex geometry (Notes)
Tuesday, April 17 - Phillip Schmitz: Canonical metrics in complex geometry (Notes)
Tuesday, April 24 - Ken Chu: Classifying complex surfaces (Notes)
Tuesday, May 01 - Andrea Young: Kaehler-Ricci flow and special solutions (Notes)
Each research workshop will be preceded by events designed to prepare graduate students and recent graduates.
These preparatory events will be organized as part of UT’s Junior Geometry seminar series. (See schedule above.) UT-Austin has a large population of graduate students interested in geometry, algebraic geometry, geometric PDE, and low-dimensional topology. All these students will be invited to participate in preparatory seminars spanning approximately half a semester. The seminars will begin with a review of complex geometry. Then interested graduate students will prepare and present material from relevant research papers, with the guidance and support of involved faculty and instructors.