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Mathematical Research at the University of Cambridge

 

A (proper) cubulation of a group G is a CAT-zero cube complex
X together with a proper action of G on X. Partial cubulation drops
the properness assumption. Sometimes a partial cubulation can be
promoted to a proper cubulation. Sometimes a proper cubulation can be
improved by passing through a partial cubulation. I'll give examples
of theorems of both types, focusing on hyperbolic and relatively
hyperbolic groups. This is joint work with Daniel Groves.

Further information

Time:

22Jan
Jan 22nd 2020
16:00 to 17:00

Venue:

MR13

Speaker:

Jason Manning, Cornell

Series:

Differential Geometry and Topology Seminar