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Saul Schleimer
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For your consideration - Nathan Dunfield, Stephan Tillman, and I are organising a workshop "Computation in geometric topology" in December 2017.
For those who like geometric topology and computation, here's a fun workshop I'm helping organize this coming December in Warwick!

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Our Edinburgh exhibition, Brilliant Geometry (http://www.maths.ed.ac.uk/~aar/brilliantgeometry/) has closed, but this video gives you a sense of what the exhibition was like.
Matt Parker made a video about our Brilliant Geometry exhibition in Edinburgh!

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Kelly Delp, Henry Segerman, Laura Taalman, and I are organising a programme at ICERM. Please consider attending!
Come spend a semester illustrating mathematics with us, Fall 2019 at ICERM!

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The Warwick Mathematics Institute is hiring at all levels, and in all areas, for next year. The deadline is early-mid October.

At present you cannot apply via MathJobs - sorry!

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Some new work with +Henry Segerman - click the image to get an in-browser 3D viewer.

The Mathematics Institute at the University of Warwick will soon be advertising two positions (Reader and Professor) in applied mathematics. Please contact me if you have suggestions.

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New paper with +Henry Segerman, to appear in Bridges.
New paper with @100271967641449700587, on transforming spherical images.

http://arxiv.org/abs/1605.01396
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The University of Warwick has several positions open with "partial secondment" to the brand new Alan Turing Institute. This is a very exciting new institute opening in the "knowledge quarter" in London (near the British Library).

The jobs can be found here: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/maths/jobs

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+Henry Segerman and I made a video about hyperbolic geometry, via the hemisphere model. This was inspired, in part, by the "diagram to rule them all" in the paper by Cannon, Floyd, Kenyon, and Parry.
New video with +Saul Schleimer: Illuminating hyperbolic geometry. Conformal projections FTW.
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