Geometry and topology
A. Clay studies the relationship between geometry of 3-manifolds and the algebraic properties of their fundamental groups.
D. Krepski's interests are in symplectic geometry and quantization, as well as the topology of smooth Deligne-Mumford stacks.
A. Prymak studies low-dimensional and asymptotic convex geometry, in particular questions on Banach-Mazur distance.
L. Butler studies problems at the interface of dynamic systems, topology and geometry.
These people are involved in this research area:
- Idrissa Ba (Postdoctoral fellow)
- Leo Butler
- Adam Clay
- Derek Krepski
- Ranganathan Padmanabhan (Professor emeritus)
- Andriy Prymak
- R. Grant Woods (Professor emeritus)
These graduate students are involved in this research area: