The CGP hosts various regular and irregular seminars given both by visiting scholars and the members of the center.
- Center for Geometry and Physics Seminar
- Thursdays 16:00 – 18:00
The Center for Geometry and Physics seminar on every Thursday afternoon is the most important regular event of CGP, and generally all members of the center participate. The seminars are formatted to encourage robust and dynamic interactions among participants.
The seminar is structured as a two-hour talk by a designated speaker with a thiry minute intermission with tea and snack. The first half is intended to be a colloquium-level talk suitable for a general mathematical audience, while the second half can be more specialized. Discussions may continue over dinner.
- Quantum Monday
- Mondays (Time for Spring 2014: 16:00 – 18:00)
Quantum Monday is an evening seminar focusing on various topics in mathematical physics. This seminar has no fixed format of time constraint, and discussions sometimes continue as late as midnight.
- Derived Seminar
- Tuesday 13:00 – 15:00
The derived seminar is a weekly working seminar focusing on derived tools such as model categories, ∞-categories, DG-categories etc. The goal of this seminar is to become more familiar with these modern mathematical tools.
More information at : https://paracompact.space/derived-seminar
- Symplectic Monday
- Mondays 16:00 – 18:00
- Algebraic Geometry Seminar
- Wednesdays 16:00 – 17:30
- Math. Bldg. #404
There are also numerous Irregular Seminars on diverse topics given by visiting scholars. These seminars organized by the various members of the center.
- Director's seminar
- Bi-weekly Wednesdays 13:30 – 15:30
- PIRL #143 CGP Hall
The purpose of this seminar is to give updates on current developments and mathematical research highlights in general to CGP members and visitors, and to promote deeper interaction between the speaker and the audience. The seminar's general spirit reflects that of the famous Gelfand Seminar. (Click ``highlight'' for the related article to see what it looks like.)