Chris Woodward

Distinguished Professor

Rutgers University (New Brunswick) Department of Mathematics.

In Fall 2018 I am teaching

Math 350 Linear
Algebra TF 1020-1140 BE-250 LIV
and

Math 532 Floer Theory TF 1200P-0120
HLL-425 BUS

My e-mail address is

For correspondence related to research projects, professional service, editorial work, and publication-related
issues: woodwardc-at-gmail.com

For Rutgers business such as correspondence with students: ctw-at-math.rutgers.edu.

My office , Hill Center Room 726, is on
Busch campus. The telephone number is 848-445-6918.

A curriculum vitæ is
here .

My
research interests include symplectic and
algebraic geometry, Lie theory, gauge theory, and mathematical
physics.

I am co-organizer of the
Geometry, Symmetry
and Physics seminar.

Some of my math papers
and related links are available here. A few
talks
are also available as well as
course notes on
linear algebra and
mathematical
reasoning .

I am an associate editor
for Selecta Mathematica . From 2009-2015, I was the
differential geometry editor accepting new submission
for Transactions of
the American Mathematical Society . Although I am
handling submissions made during this period, new submissions in this
area are now being handled by Melissa Liu (Columbia).

Some
student and
faculty mentees
with following positions.

A link to some
K-12 material
, including material for a geometry course for in-service and
pre-service teachers.

Eduardo Gonzalez and I organized a workshop on Equivariant
Gromov-Witten theory and applications at the Simons
Center for Geometry and Physics in May 2014.

The mailing address
is

Hill Center, Department of Mathematics,

Rutgers University,

110 Frelinghuysen Rd,

Piscataway NJ 08854.

Links
to

Web Tools: Gmail ,
Google ,
Gcal ,

Library Tools:
Rutgers Library
Catalog ,
MathSciNet ,
Math Arxiv ,

Seminars:
Rutgers
seminars ,
Princeton
seminars ,
Columbia
seminars ,
Courant seminar ,

News&Weather:
N.Y.Times ,
Weather

Transportation: Amtrak ,
NJ Transit NY-Trenton ,

Sophie and Julia's page or
Neepa Maitra's page .

e-mail: ctw@math.rutgers.edu