Tag Archives: Wild Topology

How to “topologize” the fundamental group: a primer

The fundamental group, from algebraic topology, is one of the most widely used invariants in mathematics. Topological groups, such as pro-finite groups, Lie groups, ordered groups, etc, also arise in many different areas. So it’s natural to ask, can the … Continue reading

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PTM-DMV Conference: Wild algebraic & geometric topology session

I realize it has been a while since I have posted anything. I’m afraid teaching and research took up enough of my late summer schedule to keep me from finishing up a number of posts I had started. This is … Continue reading

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