Texas Geometry and Topology Conference
The Spring 2023 Texas Geometry and Topology Conference (TGTC) will take place on the campus of Texas Christian University (TCU), beginning Friday afternoon, April 14 and ending at noon on Sunday, April 16.
- Simone Cecchini, Texas A&M University
- Dawei Chen, Boston College
- Anna Fino, Florida International University
- David Fisher, Rice University
- Mohammad Ghomi, Georgia Institute of Technology
- Svetlana Jitomirskaya, Georgia Institute of Technology
- Tracy Payne, Idaho State University
- Craig Sutton, Dartmouth College
There is no registration fee for the conference, but we ask participants to register in advance. Click on the "Registration" button below. For planning purposes, the organizers request that you register by Pi Day.
Location of Events
All talks will be held in Tucker Technology Center (TUC) 138. You can find a detail schedule, along with talk titles and abstracts, below.
Parking on campus is free after 5pm on Friday in any of the faculty/staff/student lots.
Refreshments and Meals
We will provide a free dinner on Friday evening, and conference participants can pay at the conference for the traditional Saturday conference banquet. Refreshments and meals will be available in TUC 139.
There is no official hotel for the conference. However, there are many hotels to choose from that are a short drive from campus.
Support and Funding
Limited financial support is available to help defer the travel and living expenses of participants who do not have other funding for their research. Participants will have the opportunity to apply for funding while at the conference. We hope to provide at least partial support for all graduate students. Junior faculty, women, individuals from groups under-represented in the mathematical sciences or from institutions with little federal support, and persons with disabilities are especially encouraged to participate and to apply for support.
This meeting is supported by Texas Christian University, the University of Texas at Arlington, and National Science Foundation grant DMS-1812040.