Jørgen Andersen

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Jørgen Andersen

Professor of Mathematics; Director, QGM; Director, CTQM

Aarhus University
Interests: Knot theory, topology, algebraic topology, differential geometry, geometry, mathematical physics, moduli spaces.

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Michelle Bucher

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Michelle Bucher

Assistant Professor (SNSF Professor)

Université de Genève
Interests: Interactions between geometry and topology, typically for manifolds of nonpositive curvature, numerical invariants such as volumes, simplicial volumes, characteristic numbers and their relations.

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Moira Chas

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Moira Chas

Professor of Mathematics

Stony Brook University
Interests: Topology and Geometry.

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Thomas Church

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Thomas Church

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Stanford University
Interests: Topology, low-dimensional topology, often uses representation theory, moduli spaces.

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Sorin Dumitrescu

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Sorin Dumitrescu

Professeur Laboratoire J. A. Dieduonné

Université Nice-Sophia Antipolis
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Elisha Falbel

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Elisha Falbel

 

Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu
Interests: Mathematical analysis, geometry, algebra.

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François Guéritaud

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François Guéritaud

Professor of Mathematics

Laboratoire Paul Painlevé | CNRS | Université de Lille
Interests: Mathematical analysis, geometry, algebra.

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Tobias Hartnick 

 

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Tobias Hartnick

Assistant Professor

Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
Interests: Geometry and Topology

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Alessandra Iozzi

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Alessandra Iozzi

Professor of Mathematics

Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich
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Misha Kapovich

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Misha Kapovich

Professor of Mathematics

University of California, Davis
Interests: Low dimensional geometry and topology. Kleinian groups and hyperbolic manifolds in all dimensions. Representation varieties of finitely generated groups. Configuration spaces of elementary geometric objects like arrangements and mechanical linkages.

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Steve Kerckhoff

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Steve Kerckhoff

Professor of Mathematics

Stanford University
Interests: Hyperbolic 3-manifolds and Teichmüller space

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Chris Leininger

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Chris Leininger

Associate Professor

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Interests: Hyperbolic 2- and 3-manifolds, Teichmüller space, and mapping class groups

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John Loftin

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John Loftin

Associate Professor & Undergraduate Program Director

Rutgers Newark College of Arts and Sciences University College
Interests: Geometric Analysis

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Ignasi Mundet Riera

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Ignasi Mundet Riera

Associate Professor

Universitat de Barcelona
Interests: symplectic geometry and gauge theories, Hamiltonian Gromov-Witten invariants, Higgs bundles and vortices over Riemann surfaces, extensions of Hitchin-Kobayashi correspondence, and finite group actions on smooth manifolds.

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Walter Neumann

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Walter Neumann

Professor of Mathematics

Barnard College
Interests: computing arithmetic invariants of 3-manifolds

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Dragomic Saric

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Dragomir Saric

Associate Professor

Queens College
Interests:  Broad field of geometric analysis, intersection of complex analysis and hyperbolic geometry. Teichmuller spaces, both infinite-dimensional and finite-dimensional, quasiconformal and quasisymmetric maps, hyperbolic geometry in dimensions 2 and 3, and real and complex dynamics.

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Jean-Marc Schlenker

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Jean-Marc Schlenker

Professor of Mathematics

University of Luxembourg
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Amie Wilkinson

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Amie Wilkinson

Professor of Mathematics

University of Chicago
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Michael Wolf

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Michael Wolf

Professor of Mathematics

Rice University
Interests: Teichmüller theory, minimal surfaces, harmonic maps.

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