Quantum Topology Seminar - Fall 2020

Usually meets Thursday at 4:00 pm in Zoom.
DateSpeakerTitle
August 6
(3:00 pm; Zoom)
Louis H Kauffman
UIC
Introduction to the Drinfeld Double Construction
August 13
(3:00 pm; Zoom)
Scott Carter
University of South Alabama and Osaka University
Amusing Permutation representations of group extensions.
August 20
Noboru Ito
National Institute of Technology, Ibaraki College, Japan
Unknotting operations, crosscap numbers, and volume bounds
August 26
August 27
Noboro ito
National Institute of Technology, Ibaraki College, Japan
Unknotting operations, crosscap numbers, and volume bounds
September 3
Kanako Oshiro
Sophia University
Goeritz invariants and Dehn colorings for spatial Euler graphs
September 10
Matthew Harper
The Ohio State University
A Generalization of the Alexander Polynomial from Higher Rank Quantum Groups
September 17
Dr. Yuting Hu
Southern University of Science and Technology
Magnetic-Electric duality in 2D topological phases
September 24
Marius Buliga
Institute of Mathematics, Romanian Academy ,Bucuresti, Romania
Zipper logic Revisited
October 1
Louis H Kauffman
UIC, NSU
Knots, Diagrams, Categories and Computation
October 8
Louis H Kauffman
UIC and NSU
Trivalent Graphs and Virtual Links
October 15
Louis H Kauffman
UIC and NSU
Defining Integral Khovanov Homology for Virtual Links
October 22
Louis H Kauffman
UIC, NSU
Defining Integral Khovanov Homology for Virtual Links
October 29
Louis H Kauffman
UIC and NSU
Khovanov Homology for Virtual Knots and Links
November 5
Louis H Kauffman
UIC and NSU
Khovanov Homology for Virtual Knots and Links
November 12
Noboru Ito
National Institute of Technology, Ibaraki College, Japan
On a conjecture by Goussarov-Polyak-Viro for virtual knots and Gauss diagram formulas
November 19
Noboro Ito
National Institute of Technology, Ibaraki College, Japan
Finite type invariants filtered by forbidden moves for classical and virtual knots
November 26
Noboro Ito
National Institute of Technology, Ibaraki College, Japan
A study of finite type invariants of higher-orders of classical and virtual knots
December 3
Noboru Ito
National Institute of Technology, Ibaraki College, Japan.
A study of finite type invariants of higher-orders of classical and virtual knots
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