The Graduate Student Topology and Geometry Conference (GSTGC) is an annual meeting for graduate students interested in topology and geometry.
The aim of the conference is to expose graduate students to current research in topology and geometry, to provide graduate students a venue to give talks (either original research or expository), and to give graduate students a chance to network among themselves as well as to speak with experts in their fields.
Most of the talks at the conference will be given by graduate students. Additionally, plenary and young faculty speakers will deliver several distinguished lectures.
(University of Michigan)
(University of Kentucky)
Young Faculty Speakers
(University of Bristol)
(University of Washington)
The organizers of GSTGC 2021 are committed to creating an environment that is inclusive, supportive, and safe. We support the rights of all attendees to fully participate in the conference regardless of race, sex, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, age, pregnancy, immigration status, or any other aspect of identity.
All participants at GSTGC 2021 will be treated with dignity and respect; discrimination or harassment of any form will not be tolerated. The conference, being hosted by Indiana University, is subject to the University's policies on discrimination and harassment.
Since all funding for participants' travel and lodging has been made possible by an NSF Conference Grant, we take this opportunity to remind our participants of the NSF's zero tolerance policy on harassment:
The National Science Foundation (NSF) will not tolerate sexual harassment, other forms of harassment, or sexual assault, within the agency, at awardee organizations, field sites or anywhere science or education is conducted.
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The following universities hosted previous GSTGCs: