Interactive Events

We organize several interactive activities that constitute a platform for researchers to increase their visibility in the field, and to get to know the community, all that in an informal atmosphere. These activities are targeted at young researchers, but everybody is welcome to attend!

Upcoming activities

Poster Session January 2022

We are organizing open poster sessions via Zoom, with the intention of giving a platform to younger members of our community to showcase their work, as well as a place for everyone to present their most recent research results. Topics of interest will span the full range of applied and computational topology.

The webpage for the poster sessions is at

https://sites.google.com/view/aatrn-poster-session/home

The next poster session is planned for Tuesday, January 25, 2022, at 11am Eastern.

AA"Tea"RN Tea-time

During the tea-time you have the possibility to meet new scientists in an informal atmosphere! In groups of about four, folks are welcome to chat about whatever they like!

The next tea-time will take place on Wednesday, February 16, 2021, at 11am Eastern.

Tutorial-a-thon Spring 2022

The next tutorial-a-thon is planned for Tuesday, May 17, 2022, at 11am Eastern. Stay tuned! For more details, check out the webpage of the Fall 2021 Tutorial-a-thon.

Completed projects

Tutorial-a-thon Fall 2021

Our second tutorial-a-thon took place on October 28, 2021, with follow-up meetings on November 4 and November 11.

The recordings can be found here.

Poster Session October 2021

Our first poster session took place on October 8th, 2021, with 26 amazing posters, and over 50 attendees! You can check out the posters here:

https://sites.google.com/view/aatrn-poster-session/posters

Tutorial-a-thon March 2021

March 2021 saw the first Tutorial-a-thon, developed in conjunction with WinCompTop and organized by Henry Adams, Hana Dal Poz Kouřimská, Teresa Heiss, Sarah Percival, and Lori Ziegelmeier.

Members of the AATRN community produced a great variety of tutorial-level video content, ranging from theoretical principles to running code and data applications.

The recordings can be found here.

We have written an article on How to Tutorial-a-thon in the October issue of the AMS notices.