Graduate Talks in Geometry and Topology, (GT)^2, is an online symposium organised by and for graduate students, running fortnightly throughout Semester 1, 2021 starting on Tuesday 2 March. The symposium is designed to provide an opportunity for Australian graduate students in geometry and topology to present their research to a diverse audience, as well as engage, network, and share ideas with other students in their field.
All interested parties are encouraged to attend and engage. The symposium will all be in an inclusive, supportive environment that assumes only undergraduate-level mathematical knowledge.
We endorse this statement of inclusiveness:
We are a group of scholars, researchers, and teachers. We refuse to compromise the ideals of academic freedom and open exchange. We affirm that scientific events have to be open to everybody, regardless of race, sex, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, age, pregnancy, immigration status, or any other aspect of identity. We believe that such events have to be supportive , inclusive, and safe environments for all participants. We believe that all participants are to be treated with dignity and respect. Discrimination and harassment cannot be tolerated. We are committed to ensuring that the scientific events in which we participate follow these principles, and we request that organizers of scientific events make explicit statements on the event website to that effect.
Ellena Moskovsky (Monash University)
Grace Garden (Sydney University)
Yossi BokorName (Australian National University)
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the organisers at GTsquared@maths.usyd.edu.au
Further information: https://www.maths.usyd.edu.au/u/GTSquared/
- To register your interest in giving a talk and/or attending, please use this form.
- If submitting a presentation, there will be two rounds of expressions of interest, the first being due 15 February 2021, and the second being due mid-April (to be finalised).
This symposium is supported by MATRIX and AMSI.
To support post-symposium research collaboration between PhD student participants, MATRIX-AMSI are providing funding through the MATRIX-AMSI PhD Student Research Collaboration Scheme: matrix-inst.org.au/phd-student-research-collaboration-scheme-guidelines/