Our faculty research interests span a number of areas of contemporary mathematics including algebraic groups and monoids, algebraic stacks, algebraic combinatorics, combinatorial algebra, derived categories, Galois cohomology and quadratic forms, motivic homotopy theory, applications of homotopy theory to computer science, quantum groups and Hopf algebras, toric varieties, noncommutative geometry, local analytic geometry, complex and CR-geometry, sympletic geometry and topology, harmonic analysis, singularity theory, and mathematical physics. The following links contain more detailed information.
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The Department maintains a number of active seminar and colloquia series that attract some of the world's most prominent mathematicians. Each year, a prestigious guest lecturer is invited to deliver our Distinguished Lecture Series.
The University of Western Ontario is proud to be a principal sponsoring partner of the Fields Institute for Mathematical Research.