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Homotopy Theory Lecture Notes

This lecture series presented by John Morgan will take place weekly at 5:30pm in room P-131, Math building  Course Description To download the lecture notes please visit the links below: Lecture 0: Review of Basic Material Lecture 1: Obstruction Theory, Eilenberg-Maclane spaces, Postnikov towers Albanese Notes on Almost Complex Structures and Obstruction Theory Lecture 2: […]

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Support the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics

Become a Supporter The Simons Center for Geometry and Physics provides Stony Brook University mathematicians and physicists, as well as visiting scientists, the opportunity to collaborate in an environment specifically designed to promote progress at the intersection of the two fields. As government funding for basic research continues to contract, the Center relies on friends […]

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Poisson Geometry Program Seminar: Mini course by Moira Chas

Time: Jun 14, 2018 10:00 AM Speaker: Dennis Sullivan Title: The generalization of the Goldman bracket to Three dimensions and its relation to Geometrization This lecture begins with some background to the joint work of Moira Chas and Siddartha Gadgil recognizing “geometrization”. We describe elementary pictorial computations of the zeroth, first and second homology of the […]

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Nora Donaldson Elected Member of the International Advisory Board of the International Society for Quality of Life Research

The SCGP wishes to congratulate Professor Nora Donaldson on her recent election, effective as of July 2018, to the International Advisory Board of the International Society for Quality of Life Research. The International Society for Quality of Life Research (ISOQOL), established in 1993, is a non-profit society to advance the scientific study of health-related quality of […]

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Institute for Advanced Computational Science Joint Science Meeting, May 21 – 23

The “Joint Science Meeting” is the central enabling activity of the partnership between the Tokyo Institute of technology and Stony Brook University as we pursue our common interests in science, engineering, technology, and especially the education and preparation of students. It is an opportunity for our faculty and students, as well as our external collaborators, to share […]

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