# Previous activities

See the menu at the left (or top on phones) for previous Algebra and Geometry seminars and some other seminars. Below are some even older seminars:

- Seminars during 2003–2010 .
- Spring 2010: Great paper seminar

In addition, there have been several mini courses:

- Fall 2017:
*A trio of algebraicity-geometricity programs: Langlands, Griffiths–Schmid and G-Zips*, by Wushi Goldring - Fall 2016:
*Measuring singularities with Frobenius*, by Alessandro De Stefani - Fall 2015:
*Tropical Geometry*, by Ralph Morrison - Spring 2013:
*Resolution of singularities*, by David Rydh - Fall 2012:
*The Picard functor*, by Jack Hall - Spring 2011:
*Finite topological spaces*, by Jonathan Barmak - Fall 2010:
*Applied algebraic topology*, by Mikael Vejdemo-Johansson - Fall 2010:
*Gromov-Witten theory and quantum cohomology*, by Nicola Pagani - Fall 2010:
*Euler-Koszul homology and hypergeometric systems*, by Christine Berkesch - Fall 2009:
*Positivity in Algebraic Geometry*, by Kelly Jabbusch - Fall 2008:
*Moduli of curves*, by Stephanie Yang - Spring 2008:
*Local aspects of geometric invariant theory*, by Martin Gulbrandsen - Spring 2008:
*An introduction to bounded cohomology*, by Michelle Bucher - Spring 2008:
*Derived categories and their applications in algebraic geometry*, by Timothy Logvinenko