Members of the geometry & topology group

Department of Mathematical Sciences

Members of the geometry & topology group

The research in geometry and topology spans problems ranging from fundamental curiosity-driven research on the structure of abstract spaces to computational methods for a broad range of practical issues such as the analysis of the shapes of big data sets.

Permanent faculty

Rune Haugseng
 
Gereon Quick
homotopy theory and its applications in algebraic and arithmetic geometry
Markus Szymik
relations between topology, algebra, geometry, number theory, K-theory, representation theory, and computations
Marius Thaule
cobordism categories, topological field theories, abstract homotopy theory, higher order category theory and higher dimensional triangulated categories

Postdoctors

Glen Wilson
motivic homotopy theory, stable homotopy groups of spheres, K-theory, homological algebra, computer assisted Ext group calculations

PhD students

Håvard Bakke Bjerkevik
topological data analysis, stability of persistence modules, with advisors Nils Baas and Gereon Quick
Knut Bjarte Haus
(abstract) homotopy theory, and geometry, with advisor Gereon Quick
Erik Hermansen
topological data analysis, applied algebraic topology, computational neuroscience, with advisors Nils Baas and Benjamin Dunn
Erik Rybakken
applied algebraic topology, persistent homology, computational topology, topological data analysis, with advisors Nils Baas and Gereon Quick
Paul Trygsland
 
10 Sep 2019