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The Workshop

The William Rowan Hamilton Geometry and Topology Workshop is an annual directed workshop held at the Hamilton Mathematics Institute (HMI), Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. The first two days of the workshop will consist of three mini-courses. The last three days will consist of research-oriented lectures.

The mini-course on horocycle flows in homogeneous spaces and moduli spaces, by Jon Chaika and Donald Roberton, will be held during July 30-31 at the HMI and is aimed at junior researchers. Participants interested in attending should register online to attend both the mini-course and the lecture series.

The lecture series will be held during August 1-3 at the HMI. It will consist of talks on topics related to the conference theme of Group actions and ergodic theory in geometry and topology . These talks will convey recent advances in the field and propose future directions of study.


The goal of the William Rowan Hamilton Geometry and Topology Workshop is to provide a forum in which the international geometry and topology community meet annually to discuss topics of an interdisciplinary nature and formulate future research directions. The workshop has a permanent website at

Boston College, the Hamilton Mathematics Institute, and the Science Foundation of Ireland have generously provided funding to co-sponsor this event as part of their commitment to fostering ties between the US scientific community and the European scientific community.

Contact Information

If you have any questions, contact the organizers at or

Trinity College Dublin, College Green, Dublin 2. Tel: +353-1-608-1000.
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