DMV-ÖMG-Jahrestagung 2021, Sektion Geometrie und Topologie

27.09. bis 01.10. - Universität Passau

The Section "Geometry and Topology" of the DMV-ÖMG annual meeting 2021 will be organized as a meeting

"Young Topologists and Geometers"

As a whole, the DMV-ÖMG-Jahrestagung is organized online. Nonetheless, a limited number of participants of the section will meet in presence in a conference venue located between Göttingen and Hannover.

For the meeting, we will have a number of established keynote speakers. The majority of the presentations is reserved for young topologists and geometers (mainly current PhD students and young postdocs), and we hope to create and foster a network of the researchers of the next generation.

Keynote speakers

The event is supported by the DFG SPP "Geometry at infinity".

Practical details for participation in presence at the conference Hotel Einbecker Sonnenberg:

Contributed talks (25 minutes each) (tentative list)

Schedule of the section (tentative)

Note: to have time for an excursion in Einbeck, we move the section talks of Tuesday afternoon to inofficial slots during lunch and coffee breaks. This affects Fournier, Höpfner, Moraschini, Dove.

Always refer to the schedule here on this website, instead of the official DMV-OeMG meeting one.

Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
8:00 breakfast breakfast breakfast
10:00-10:25 Francesco Fournier + coffee coffee Marco Morascini + coffees
10:30-11:20 Clara Löh Ivan Izmestiev Birgit Richter
11:30-11:55 Thorsten Hertl Fabian Mußnig Christoph Weis
12:00-12:25 Moritz Meisel Jonas Knörr Roman Prosanov
12:30-12:55 Tim Höpfner Tom Dove
13:00 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
14:00-14:25 Andreas Zastrow
14:30-14:55 Suhith K N
15:00-15:55 (Fr: -15:25) Uli Bunke Thomas Wannerer Uli Wagner Prasad Sachchidanand
16:00 Coffee Coffee Coffee
16:30-16:55 Thorben Kastenholz Oscar Ortega
17:00-17:25 Engelbert Suchla Jan Kotrbaty
17:30-17:55 Martin Nitsche Georg Hofstätter
18:00-18:25 Daniel Räde Jin Li
18:30 dinner dinner dinner


Monika Ludwig (TU Wien) und Thomas Schick (Universität Göttingen)