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Archived Events - 2005

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Archives: Toplogy/Geometry Seminar
DateSpeaker(s)Title
20 Jan 2005 Aissa Wade, Penn State Stability of singular points of Poisson manifolds
27 Jan 2005 Aissa Wade, Penn State Deformation cohomology for Lie algebroids and its application to stability
3 Feb 2005 David Hurtubise, Penn State Altoona The Seidel Element in Quantum Cohomology, Part I
10 Feb 2005 Christina Sormani, Lehman College, CUNY Gromov-Hausdorff Stability of Schur's Lemma
24 Feb 2005 Jeff Raven, Penn State Some stuff about p-adic groups
3 Mar 2005 Nigel Higson, Penn State The Novikov conjecture for linear groups
17 Mar 2005 Mark Johnson, Penn State Altoona Resolution Model Categories
24 Mar 2005 Mark Johnson, Penn State Altoona Realizing Diagrams of π-algebras
31 Mar 2005 Jeff Raven, Penn State Views of K-homology
7 Apr 2005 John Roe, Penn State Analytic K-homology via controlled topology
11 Apr 2005 Dennis Sullivan, CUNY Marker Lecture Series
28 Apr 2005 Jeff Raven  
28 Apr 2005 Wojciech Dorabiala, Penn State Altoona Spaces of Sections and Discretizing Topological Groups
8 Sep 2005 Kojun Abe, Shinshu University, Japan On the equivariant diffeomorphisms of smooth G-manifolds and its applications
15 Sep 2005 David Hurtubise, Penn State Altoona Morse-Bott Homology
22 Sep 2005 David Hurtubise, Penn State Altoona Morse-Bott Homology II
29 Sep 2005 Mark Johnson, Penn State Altoona Toward the Andre-Quillen cohomology of diagrams
13 Oct 2005 Augustin Banyaga, Penn State On the class of the transverse divergence
20 Oct 2005 Laurent Stolovitch, Universite Toulouse 3, France Singularities of Poisson structures and normal forms
27 Oct 2005 Jim Gillespie, Penn State McKeesport The Flat Model Structure on Complexes of Sheaves
3 Nov 2005 Mathieu Stienson, Penn State Non abelian differential gerbes, I
17 Nov 2005 Bernard Badzioch, Penn State Classical and parametrized Whitehead torsion
8 Dec 2005 Michael Jackson, University of Rochester On the homotopy rank of rank two finite groups

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