Hopkins-Maryland Complex Geometry Seminar
Johns Hopkins University, University of Maryland

DATE: Tuesdays at 4:30pm.
ROOM: Ames 218(JHU), MATH1308(UMD).

ORGANIZED BY: T. Darvas, Y. A. Rubinstein, B. Shiffman, R. Wentworth, S. Wolpert, H. Xu.
COORDINATORS: Y. A. Rubinstein, B. Shiffman.

The JHU-UMD Complex Geometry Seminar was founded in 2012 by Y. Rubinstein (UMD) and B. Shiffman (JHU). It serves to strengthen the ties between the historically vibrant complex geometry communities in Maryland. Starting with the academic year 2015-2016, the seminar meets once a month, alternating locations, with the purpose of discussing recent developments in both complex and convex geometry and analysis.

The seminar is a combination of a learning and a research seminar. The first 15 minutes or so of each talk are a "trivial notions" talk defining all basic notions, giving examples and intuition to the subject, and should be accessible to a beginning graduate student. The next 50 minutes are a regular seminar talk.

PREVIOUS YEARS: 2012-2013, 2013-2014, 2014-2015, 2015-2016.


Driving directions to JHU: Park in South Garage (see map) on any level (except the reserved spaces). Take a ticket when entering. The Department will provide a visitor parking pass to use when exiting.
Driving and parking directions to UMD: Park in Paint Branch Drive Visitor Lot (highlighted in yellow in the lower right corner of the second map in the previous link), or in Regents Drive Garage (highlighted in the upper right corner). If you arrive after 4pm you do not need to pay: see the instructions in the previous link.