2019 Bloomington Geometry Workshop
Indiana University, Bloomington
April 5 - 7, 2019

The Department of Mathematics at Indiana University is hosting a workshop that brings together mathematicians from diverse backgrounds who are connected by an interest in geometry.
We are grateful to the National Science Foundation and the Indiana University Mathematics Journal for their generous support.


The workshop will begin on Friday, April 5th, at 4:00 pm with a colloquium by:

The workshop continues on Saturday and Sunday, April 6-7, with an additional lecture by Ian Agol as well as talks by:

Schedule, Titles, and Abstracts:

The schedule for the workshop and the list of titles and abstracts for the talks. All talks wiil be in Swain Hall East , room 105.

Travel Support:

With help from the National Science Foundation, we will be able to help defray travel expenses of many participants.
Priority will be given to graduate students and early career participants.
We especially encourage the participation of those who belong to under-represented groups.


If you plan to join us, please register electronically.
If you seek financial support, then please register by March 3.


In April, hotels in Bloomington can fill up quickly. Please book your room in advance.

A block of rooms has been set aside at the:
  • Indiana Memorial Union, a pleasant and convenient hotel on campus. 800-209-8145.
    (Book before March 5th for rooms from $149-$189 + tax).
Other choices include:

Between talks & after hours:

  • Restaurants and coffee: There are many restaurants near the University, with a wide variety of cuisines including:
    Afghan, Burmese, Eritrean, Indian, Moroccan, Thai,Tibetan, and vegan.
    One can also find a decent cup of coffee in town.

  • Entertainment: On Friday and Saturday, the IU opera theatre will be performing Leonard Bernstein's Mass.
    We also plan a fine-dining opportunity for participants and friends on Saturday night.

Location and Directions:


  • Matt Bainbridge
  • David Fisher
  • Chris Judge
  • Nicholas Miller
  • Asilya Suleymanova
  • Shi Wang
If you have any questions not covered on this page, please email the organizers at bloomingtongeometry2019@gmail.com.