Dr. Jeffrey Meyer, CSUSB
Title: An Introduction to Arithmetic Hyperbolic Surfaces
Abstract: Arithmetic hyperbolic surfaces, as their name suggests, lie at the intersection of number theory, geometry, and topology. Larry Guth has said that arithmetic hyperbolic surfaces "are among the strangest and most interesting examples in (Riemannian) geometry." The goal of this talk is to give an overview of their construction, and their geometric properties that make them such valuable example. The talk will accessible to graduate students and there will be a lot of pictures.
Thursday, April 19 at 11:10am to 12:00pm
You may login with your UCR NetID
In order to submit events, users must have a UCR email address (@ucr.edu). All events submitted by non-UCR users WILL be deleted.