Monthly Archives: February 2012

Erratum to appendix to “Algebraic torsion in contact manifolds” by Latschev and Wendl

I made an embarassing error in the appendix that I wrote to the paper “Algebraic torsion in contact manifolds” by Janko Latschev and Chris Wendl.  Fortunately the error is easy to fix. The error is that in Definition A.4, I … Continue reading

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From one Reeb orbit to two

The paper by Dan Cristofaro-Gariner and myself, “From one Reeb orbit to two”, is now available on the ArXiv.  This paper proves that any contact form on the three-sphere giving the tight contact structure has at least two embedded Reeb … Continue reading

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Undergraduate research opportunity

If you know any good undergraduates who are looking for an opportunity to learn some cool math and do some research over the summer, my student Dan Cristofaro-Gardiner is running a program at Berkeley, funded by our RTG grant.  Here … Continue reading

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