Modern Analysis/Geometry

We have a strong active group in Modern Analysis/Geometry. The topics covered by this include noncommutative geometry (i.e. operator algebras, index theory), geometric theory of boundary value problems, Riemannian and Finsler geometry, symplectic geometry, algebraic topology, and K-theory. 

This general area is at the center of the recent flourishing interaction of mathematics and physics. We are fortunate to have strength in this active area since it builds on the connections between the different subjects represented and, hence, encourages and stimulates interaction between all the areas in the Department. Discover activities in the Modern Analysis and Geometry Seminar.