Student Working Seminar in Algebra and Geometry
Organizers :  Pablo S. Ocal · Byeongsu Yu

The Student Working Seminar in Algebra and Geometry (aka SWAG) is a seminar organized and run by graduate students, for graduate students. The goal of the seminar is to provide graduate students with a space in which to share and discuss topics in Algebra and Geometry that they are interested and learning about. The emphasis of the seminar is in clarity and good understanding of the material, prioritizing them over speed or amount of material covered.

This semester we will be dividing SWAG into several local seminars, each of which will focus on a different topic. This intends to cater towards the wide variety of interests that the graduate students have had in the past, and that a single seminar was unable to satisfy. This semester the local seminars will be:

These local seminars will come together at a global seminar, where all the participants will interact. Starting the week of March 16, the local seminars will be asked to give a presentation in the global seminar introducing the topic they have been working on.

† The global seminar was canceled on March 16 due to COVID-19.
Schedule and Contributions
Jan 14Byeongsu Yu,
Organizational meeting.

Some of the past editions of the Student Working Seminar in Algebra and Geometry were: