I am a faculty member in the Mathematics Department at the University of Oregon.
I work mainly on applications of symplectic geometry, homological algebra, and algebraic topology to low-dimensional topology. Here are my research papers and computer code used in them; slides from a few of my past talks (mostly very old); and documentation of Bohua's Zhan's package bfh_python for bordered Heegaard Floer homology computations.
For information about courses I have taught in the past, see my previous webpage at Columbia.
A list of my past and current research students is here.
Research
I work mainly on applications of symplectic geometry, homological algebra, and algebraic topology to low-dimensional topology. Here are my research papers and computer code used in them; slides from a few of my past talks (mostly very old); and documentation of Bohua's Zhan's package bfh_python for bordered Heegaard Floer homology computations.
Teaching
- Winter 2021: Math 635 (Algebraic Topology).
- Fall 2020: Math 241 (Calculus for Business and Social Science). Webpage on Canvas.
- Spring 2020: Math 342 (Elementary Linear Algebra 2).
- Winter 2020:
- Spring 2019: Math 636 (Algebraic Topology).
- Winter 2019: Math 635 (Algebraic Topology).
- Fall 2018:
- Math 634 (Algebraic Topology).
- Reading seminar on Floer homology.
- Spring 2018: Math 342 (Linear Algebra).
- Fall 2017:
- Winter 2017:
- Math 432 / 532 (Introduction to [Differential] Topology).
- Math 607 (Floer Homology).
- Fall 2016: Math 431 / 531 (Introduction to Topology).
- Spring 2016:
- Fall 2015: Math 341 (Linear Algebra).
For information about courses I have taught in the past, see my previous webpage at Columbia.
A list of my past and current research students is here.
Contact
lipshitz@uoregon.edu | |
Phone | (541) 346-5625 |
Fax | (541) 346-0987 |
Address |
Fenton Hall, Room 303 University of Oregon Eugene, OR 97403-1222 USA |