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Hi from Israel!

3 Feb

Hi from Israel!

I’m at Young Geometric Group Theory II, the second international meeting of grad students, postdocs, and young faculty in GGT.  My new goals for the year, mathematically are:

a) Always ask a question in our small weekly GGT seminar with my advisor and a few grad students

b) Type up something related to each conference I attend

So here’s the first lecture from the four-lecture minicourse that Frederic Haglund is giving us on CAT(0) cube complexes.  Remember my blog post on special cube complexes and how that was not so great for non-mathematicians?  These are pure notes so they’re really aimed at someone like me: beginning-middle graduate students.

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  1. Phylogenetic trees | Baking and Math - August 2, 2016

    […] are great.  I haven’t blogged too much about them (first terrible post and then those truncated Haglund notes) but they are the basis of all that I do and the number one thing I talk about when I give math […]

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