The Georgia Algebraic Geometry Symposium is a conference series, jointly organized by the University of Georgia, Emory University and Georgia Tech. The next GAGS conference will be held at the University of Georgia on Fri-Sat-Sun March 3-5, 2017.
Topological Approaches to Algebra and Arithmetic Geometry (TAAAG) is a 3 day workshop run for graduate students and early career mathematicians, as a part of the The AGANT (Algebraic Geometry, Algebra and Number Theory) Research and Training Group at the University of Georgia Mathematics Department, and funded by NSF grant DMS-1344994.
The Georgia Summer Workshop In Algebraic Geometry will be an instructional program for graduate students and young PhDs with a focus on the topic "Moduli spaces of sheaves and their enumerative geometry." We will have at least four speakers each deliver 2 lectures on a topic of their choice related to the focus of the workshop, where the first talk is very introductory. We also plan to have other speakers give one hour talks.
Yu-jong Tzeng, and
The mathematics department will graduate 13 new PhDs in the next few months. We think that this is the occasion to have a big party, in honor of
Nickolas Castro, Will Hardesty, Jacob Hicks, Lauren Huckaba, Kenny Jacobs, Phong Luu, Patrick McFaddin, Thomas Needham, George Slavov, Lee Troupe, Maren Turbow, Matthew Zawodniak, and Jun Zhang.
3:00 - 4:00 Talks by our new PhDs
4:00 - 5:00 Tea and Social in the Matrix
University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, USA
May 30-June 3, 2016
In view of the intense activity in integral geometry over the past few years, it seems an auspicious moment for the mathematical sciences community to collect our thoughts on the subject. Our hope is to air the major viewpoints that have been brought to bear on the subject, both in its internal development and in its applications, and in this way stimulate further progress.
Department of Mathematics Awards Ceremony
Room 409 - Boyd
Light refreshments will be served.
Graduating Senior Sarah Tammen has been awarded a prestigious NSF Graduate Fellowship. She will use this award to support her graduate studies at MIT. Sarah was winner of the the department's 2015 Charles M. Strahan Award for best junior math major. In the summer of 2014 Sarah participated in an REU at Williams College and in the summer of 2015 she was a a teaching assistant at the Summer Institute for Mathematics at the University of Washington.