The topological complexity of a topological space is the minimum number of rules required to specify how to move between any two points of the space. A ``rule'' must satisfy the requirement that the path varies continuously with the choice of end points.

# Algebraic Topology Seminar

Organizer(s):

For more information on this seminar, contact William Browder or Tony Bahri (Rider).

**Please click on seminar title for complete abstract.**

### Seminar Events

October 23, 2014

3:00pm - 4:00pm

##### On the topological complexity of 2-torsion lens spaces

Location

Fine Hall 314

Speaker: Don Davis ,

Lehigh University

Lehigh University

November 6, 2014

3:00pm - 4:00pm

##### TBA - Holm

Location

Fine Hall 314

Speaker: Tara Holm ,

Cornell and the IAS

Cornell and the IAS

March 5, 2015

3:00pm - 4:00pm

##### TBA - Denham

Location

Fine Hall 314

Speaker: Graham Denham,

University of Western Ontario

University of Western Ontario

April 30, 2015

3:00pm - 4:00pm

##### TBA - Browder

**This is a joint Algebraic Topology - Topology seminar.**

Location

Fine Hall 314

Speaker: William Browder,

Princeton University

Princeton University