Manchester Geometry Seminar
Geometry and Mathematical Physics Seminar

2009/2010: Semester 1

Time: Thursdays 4.15pm (for the Manchester Geometry Seminar)
            Thursdays 3.00pm (for the Geometry and Mathematical Physics Seminar)
Location: The Frank Adams Room (Room 1.212), the Alan Turing building.
This new mathematics building is on Upper Brook Street, next to a multi-storey parking garage, opposite the former "Welsh Chapel" (now partly demolished) and the Citroën garage. It is building 46 on the campus map. See directions on the MIMS (Manchester Institute of Mathematical Sciences) page. The room is on the first floor.

Visit the main page to find more information about the seminar, in particular, programmes of talks for previous years. We meet about 3.50 to collect tea, then take it to the seminar room, where there will be biscuits.

Geometry and Mathematical Physics Seminar (informal research seminar)
Starting from 2009-2010, we alternate the Manchester Geometry Seminar (typically run fortnightly) with meetings of the informal research seminar on Geometry and Mathematical Physics. The Geometry and Mathematical Physics Seminar starts at 3pm and runs for two hours. It starts in Frank Adams Room 2 and, after a break, continues at 4.15pm in Frank Adams Room 1. (Frank Adams 1 or 2 stand for the bigger or smaller part of the Frank Adams room, which is normally partitioned into two, respectively.) You can find information about the work of the seminar in the previous year here.

Special programme: Double and Multiple Structures in Standard and Super Geometry
This is an activity within the Geometry and Mathematical Physics Seminar framework run jointly by Dr K.C.H. Mackenzie (Sheffield) and Dr Ted Voronov, and partly funded by MIMS. See details here.

Note: Due to unforseen circumstances, the main seminar (the Manchester Geometry Seminar) had to remain mainly dormant in the first semester. It will resume a full-scale operation in the next semester in parallel with the Geometry and Mathematical Physics Seminar.

Both seminars will resume their work after the Christmas break.

Merry Christmas!

Ted Voronov. 4 (17) December 2009