UT Austin Summer Minicourses
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This is a series of summer lectures/problem sessions, where graduate student and post-doc experts communicate ideas to non-experts. The courses focus on tools, methods, and ideas that may not be covered in preliminary courses offered at UT Austin. Many of our minicourses this summer (2022) will be held with a Zoom option, so non-UT graduate students / post-docs are cordially invited to join in!
Our course listings (descriptions can be found here: docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1tUErRA1xW1OrvUvaMTRf3akxOl5sQPQyGi1s3E_ZC0M/edit#gid=0) this summer include:
Minicourse (Leader) Algebraic Topology (Dr. Abhishek Mukherjee) Fourier Analysis on Finite Groups (Paulina Hoyos Restrepo) Random Matrix Theory and Number Theory (William Dudarov) Fukaya categories (Riccardo Pedrotti) Introduction to Ergodic Theory (Hunter Vallejos) Analytic techniques in algebraic geometry (Desmond Coles) A Gradient Flow Perspective to the Ricci Flow (Kenneth DeMason) Introduction to Surface-Knots and Quandles (Nicholas Cazet) Topological Field Theories (Will Stewart) Turán-type extremal graph theory and some applications (Gaurav Kucheriya)
If you are interested in participating in our summer minicourses, please fill out the following scheduling form by Sunday May 15th to let us know about your interests and availabilities: