# Topology Seminar

**Another Topology Seminar that is well-attended:**

A seminar in topology: geometric, algebraic, general, abstract, combinatorial, and applied. This is a faculty research seminar focused on topology and its applications. Graduate and undergraduate students interested in topology and its applications are welcome to attend.

## Fall 2022

- Sep 9:
**David Snyder**, Texas State University, Manifolds and Triangulability - Sep 16:
**Christine Ruey Shan Lee**, Texas State University, Knots, 3-manifolds, polynomials, and categorification - Sep 23:
**David Snyder**, Texas State University, Homology manifolds, morally, are manifolds. - Sep 30: No Seminar
- Oct 7:
**Christine R.S. Lee**, Texas State University, More on Khovanov homology - Oct 14:
**David Snyder**, Texas State University, Khovanov homology of the Trefoil knot - Oct 21:
**Joey Hirsh**, Texas State University, Khovanov Homology Off The Hook: TQFTs and Frobenius algebras - Oct 28:
**Cristina Palmer-Anghel**, University of Geneva, A Globalisation of the Jones and Alexander Polynomials From Conﬁgurations on Arcs and Ovals in the Punctured Disc - Nov 4:
**No Seminar** - Nov 11:
**Joey Hirsh**, Texas State University, Introduction to A∞–algebras (Part 1) - Nov 18:
**Joey Hirsh**, Texas State University, Introduction to A∞–algebras (Part 2) - Dec 2 (11 am - 12:20 pm):
**Neil Hoffman**, Oklahoma State University, Bounding diagrammatic data in knot diagram recovery

## Previous Semester Archives

Spring 2022 | Fall 2019 | Fall 2017 |

Fall 2020 | Spring 2019 | Spring 2017 |

Spring 2020 | Fall 2018 | Fall 2016 |

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