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Geometry and Topology Reading Seminar 2010/11



Reading Seminar on Ending Lamination Theorem

Summer 2011




The Reading Seminar on the Ending Lamination Theorem will take place from 10 am to 12 am. See the next tables for the details about the participants and the rooms. The goal is to understand the paper End Invariants and the Classification of Hyperbolic 3-Manifolds by Yair Minsky. We will use also the book Outer Circles by Albert Marden. Essential background material will be the article A crash course on Kleinian groups by Caroline Series. All are welcome. See here for information about other Geometry and Topology activities at Warwick.


List of participants


Brian Bowditch B.H.Bowditch(at)warwick.ac.uk
Thomas Collyer T.Collyer(at)warwick.ac.uk
Adam Epstein A.L.Epstein(at)warwick.ac.uk
Luke Hartley L.Hartley(at)warwick.ac.uk
Sara Maloni S.Maloni(at)warwick.ac.uk
Saul Schleimer S.Schleimer(at)warwick.ac.uk
Caroline Series C.M.Series(at)warwick.ac.uk
Robert Tang Robert.Tang(at)warwick.ac.uk
Richard Webb R.C.H.Webb(at)warwick.ac.uk
Alexander Wickens A.S.Wickens(at)warwick.ac.uk


Schedule of upcoming talks


Tuesday 19 April 2011 B 1.01 Richard Webb Chapter 2
Thursday 21 April 2011 B 1.01 Thomas Collyer Chapter 3
Tuesday 26 April 2011 B 3.01 Luke Hartley Chapter 4
Friday 29 April 2011 B 3.02 Robert Tang Chapter 5
Tuesday 3 May 2011 B 3.02 Sara Maloni Chapter 6
Tuesday 10 May 2011 B 1.01 Alexander Wickens Chapter 7
Tuesday 10 May 2011 B 1.01 Saul Schleimer The ending lamination space (part 1)
Thursday 12 May 2011 B 1.01 Saul Schleimer The ending lamination space (part 2)
Thursday 17 May 2011 B 1.01 Saul Schleimer The ending lamination space (part 3)
Tuesday 17 May 2011 B 1.01 Alexander Wickens Chapter 8
Monday 27 June 2011 B 3.01 h 10:30-12:30 Robert Tang Chapter 9 (part 1)
Tuesday 28 June 2011 B 3.01 h 10:30-12:30 Robert Tang Chapter 9 (part 1)
Friday 15 July 2011 B 3.01 h 10:30-12:30 Thomas Collyer Chapter 9 (part 2)
Tuesday 19 July 2011 B 3.02 h 10:00-12:00 Thomas Collyer Chapter 9 (part 2)
Thursday 21 July 2011 B 3.02 h 10:00-12:00 Sara Maloni Chapter 10



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