3/10/2016, Highland Park, New Jersey
Chris Woodward
Distinguished Professor
Rutgers University (New Brunswick) Department of Mathematics.

In Spring 2021 I am teaching

Math 250-9 (Remote Synchronous) and Math 534 (Introduction to Symplectic Topology)

Office Hours for Spring 2021 are Wednesdays 9-10pm at https://rutgers.zoom.us/j/92821827632?pwd=Y0pyaklQdHhHTndSZ1piTXdrVmppQT09. If this platform is not good for you let me know. 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, and hopefully will be used again for teaching in Fall 2021. The telephone number is 848-445-6918.

A curriculum vitŠ 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 . 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.

I am co-organizing an upcoming workshop on Recent Developments in Lagrangian Floer theory at the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics which was to be held in March 2020, and is now postponed indefinitely.

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