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2023 Georgia Topology Conference

The Georgia Topology Conference will be held in University of Georgia, May 24-28. The theme of the conference will be spaces of diffeomorphisms, symplectomorphisms and contactomorphisms in dimensions three and four.

Please follow the link to the right to register; we have some funding to support early career researchers, and to be considered for such funding you should register by April 24.


  • Olguta Buse (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis)
  • David Gabai (Princeton)
  • Abigail Ward (MIT)
  • Tom Mrowka (MIT)
  • Alexander Kupers (University of Toronto Scarborough)
  • Hyunki Min (UCLA)
  • Anubhav Mukherjee (Princeton)
  • Juan Muñoz-Echániz (Columbia)
  • Mark Powell (Glasgow)
  • Slava Krushkal (University of Virginia)
  • David Auckly (Kansas State University)
  • Hokuto Konno (University of Tokyo/MIT)
  • Ryan Budney (University of Victoria)
  • Weiwei Wu (Zhejiang University)


  • Akram Alishahi
  • Eduardo Fernández Fuertes
  • David Gay
  • Peter Lambert-Cole
  • Gordana Matic
  • Lev Tovstopyat-Nelip
  • Mike Usher

The University of Georgia has hosted the annual Georgia Topology Conference since 1961.  You can find information on previous conferences, including the octennial Georgia International Topology Conferences, here.

Supported by NSF grants DMS-1902670 and DMS-2301632.