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  1. Tied up in knots: anything that can tangle up, will, including DNA.: An article from: Science News by Davide Castelvecchi, 2007-12-22
  2. Energy of Knots and Conformal Geometry (K & E Series on Knots and Everything, V. 33) by Jun O'Hara, 2003-05-08
  3. Random Knotting and Linking (Series on Knots and Everything, Vol 7) by B. C.) AMS Special Session on Random Knotting and Linking (1993 : Vancouver, 1994-12
  4. Complexity: Knots, Colourings and Countings (London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series) by Dominic Welsh, 1993-08-27
  5. Knots and Links in Three-Dimensional Flows (Lecture Notes in Mathematics) by Robert W. Ghrist, Philip J. Holmes, et all 1997-04-18
  6. Subfactors and Knots (Cbms Regional Conference Series in Mathematics) by Vaughan F. R. Jones, 1991-11
  7. Unraveling the integral knot concordance group (Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society ; no. 192) by Neal W Stoltzfus, 1977
  8. Quantum Field Theory, Statistical Mechanics, Quantum Groups and Topology: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop University of Miami 7-1 by Thomas Curtright, Luca Mezincescu, 1992-10
  9. 2-Knots and their Groups (Australian Mathematical Society Lecture Series, No. 5) by Jonathan A. Hillman, 1989-04-28
  10. Physical Knots: Knotting, Linking, and Folding Geometric Objects in R3 : Ams Special Session on Physical Knotting and Unknotting, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 21-22, 2001 (Contemporary Mathematics) by Jorge Alberto Calvo, 2002-11-20
  11. Catenanes, Rotaxanes, and Knots
  12. The Classification of Knots and 3-Dimensional Spaces (Oxford Science Publications) by Geoffrey Hemion, 1992-12-01
  13. The Interface of Knots and Physics: American Mathematical Society Short Course January 2-3, 1995 San Francisco, California (Proceedings of Symposia in Applied Mathematics)
  14. Knots, Groups and 3-Manifolds: Papers Dedicated to the Memory of R.H. Fox. (AM-84) (Annals of Mathematics Studies) by Lee Paul Neuwirth, 1975-08-01

61. Knots And Links In Braid Notation
Listing of every knot of up to 11 crossings in braid notation. Useful for computer calculations in knot theory.
Knots and Links in Braid notation
This document (this page with its associated tables) is intended as a resource for anyone interested in knots and links. Every knot up to 11 crossings and every link up to 10 crossings is listed here. The main feature of the listings is that every knot and link is shown with both its numeric notation and a braid notation. The numeric notation allows cross-reference with other works, while the braid notation is by far the easiest form to manipulate by computer. An n -crossing knot or link has a braid notation on at most 5/9.( n +2) strings [A]
History of this document
This section records the significant changes to this document, so that you can quickly tell if you need to download any information since your last visit. The most recent entries are at the top.
  • 2002-01-06: Links added. This has expanded the tables to include all links up to 10 crossings, and expanded the list of errors in [C] to include those relating to links.
  • 2000-10-19: My thesis [A] uploaded, and pointers to it added to this document.
  • 2000-07-24: Braid index of 11(C123) is at least 4. No ? left anywhere in the tables. Removed 10(6VI) because it is the same as 10(5II), the Perko pair. Thanks to Richard Hadji and Hugh Morton.

62. The Math Forum - Math Library - Knot Theory
mathematics. This page contains sites relating to knot theory. Browse and Search the Library Home Math Topics Topology knot theory.
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  • The KnotPlot Site - Robert Scharein
    A collection of knots and links, viewed from a partly mathematical perspective. Images on this site were created with KnotPlot, a program designed to visualize and manipulate mathematical knots in three and four dimensions. A picture gallery, description of the features of the program, and links to other relevant sites on the Web are included. Also available at more>>
  • Knots on the Web - Peter Suber, Earlham College
    A comprehensive list of knot resources on the Web, annotated and organized into three categories: knot tying, knot theory, and knot art. Also Knot books and a Knots Gallery displaying images from the newsgroup rec.crafts.knots. more>>
  • Knot Theory (The Geometry Junkyard) - David Eppstein, Theory Group, ICS, UC Irvine
    An extensive annotated list of links to material on geometric questions arising from knot embeddings. more>>
  • KT (Knot Theory) Online - Bryson R. Payne; North Georgia College and State University
  • 63. Math Forum - Ask Dr. Math
    Associated Topics Dr. Math Home Search Dr. Math What is knot theory? Date 03 anything. Question What is knot theory? Purpose

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    Date: 03/10/98 at 23:46:23 From: keatha Subject: the knot theory Dear Dr. Math, In order for me to complete my project on knot theory, I need a question, hypothesis, and a purpose. I have this information, I just want you to proofread it to see if I need to add anything or delete anything. Question: What is Knot Theory? Purpose: To prove that knot theory is related to topology. Hypothesis: If topology deals with the bending of objects, then it (knot theory) is related to topology. Thanks a million, Keatha Date: 03/11/98 at 10:32:24 From: Doctor Sonya Subject: Re: the knot theory Dear Keatha, I just wrote a big paper on knot theory. What a great topic to choose. Your question is good, and your hypothesis is correct that topology deals with the bending of objects, and that topology is related to knot theory. However, if you really want to answer the question, "What is knot theory?" I don't think, "Knot theory is related to topology." is enough of an answer. When you get to the real details of it, knot theory is also closely related to modern algebra (although you'd never know it from all the pretty pictures of knots!). The most exciting thing about knot theory that deals with the bending and twisting of knots is something called the "Jones Polynomial," discovered by a mathematician named Jones and written about by Louis Kauffman. If you still have to do more research, this might be interesting for you to include. Also, take a look at "The Knot Theory Home Page"

    64. Kook Seminar On Knots (July 2004)
    First KOOK Seminar International conference for knot theory and Related Topics. (1st announcement). This is the first announcement
    First KOOK Seminar International conference for Knot Theory and Related Topics
    (1st announcement)
    This is the first announcement for the KOOK Seminar International Conference for Knot Theory and Related Topics, to be held July 8- - 14, 2004 in Awaji Yumebutai (near Osaka, Japan). For details, including a list of invited speakers, please click here Prior to conference an International Graduate Course Student Workshop for Knot Theory and Related Topics will be held in Osaka City University, July 5 7, 2004. For more details please click here Limited financial support is available for both conferences. To apply for financial support and to give a contributed talk, please send an e-mail to the address below. Please mention whether you are interested in giving a contributed talk at the KOOK seminar or a talk at the workshop. Deadline for application is April 29th; sometime after that we will let applicants know how much support is available. You may apply past the deadline; however application received past the deadline will be funded only if finds are still available. To apply or for more information, please e-mail Yuko Komori at

    65. Knot Theory - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    knot theory. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. knot theory is a branch An introduction to knot theory. Given a onedimensional line
    Knot theory
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
    Knot theory is a branch of topology that was inspired by observations, as the name suggests, of knots . But progress in the field no longer depends on experiments with twine. Knot theory concerns itself with abstract properties of theoretical knotsthe spatial arrangements that in principle could be assumed by a loop of string. In mathematical jargon , knots are embeddings of the closed circle in three-dimensional space. Table of contents 1 History 2 An introduction to knot theory 2.1 Reidemeister moves 3 See also ... edit
    Knot theory originated in an idea of Lord Kelvin 's (1867), that atoms were knots of swirling vortices in the æther , and that an understanding and classification of all possible knots would explain why atoms absorb and emit light at only the discrete wavelengths that they do (i.e. explain what we now understand to depend on quantum energy levels The vortex theory has been disreguarded by some, but the general knot theory has grown into a subject with wide and often unexpected applications, for example to theories of

    66. Problems In Knot Theory
    Problems in knot theory. There are already several collections of problems in knot theory available. So this is mainly a collection
    Problems in Knot Theory There are already several collections of problems in knot theory available. So this is mainly a collection of problems of personal interest. Feel free to send me any comments you might have: maybe the answer is obvious, maybe the answer exists already in literature, maybe the problem should be attributed more appropriately, etc. Also, it is welcome if anyone would like to suggest some problems to this collection. Nevertheless, since this is a personal collection, I reserve the right to decide whether to put the suggested problems into this collection according to my own taste. Surgery modification is a procedure of modifying a link in or by performing a Dehn surgery on an unknotted circle having linking number zero with all components of the link in question. Surgery equivalence is then the equivalence relation generated by surgery modification. The classification of links up to surgery equivalence is done by J. Levine (Topology,1987). We may refine the notion of surgery modification as follows. For simplicity, let us consider only links with vanishing linking numbers. If we assume further that the unknotted circle used to perform a surgery modification has vanishing Milnor's triple linking numbers with other componenets of the given link, we call such a surgery modification of "second order". It can be shown that the Sato-Levine invariant is invariant under surgery modification of second order. Classify links with zero linking numbers up to surgery equivalence of second order.

    67. Knot Theory
    knot theory. knot theory is a branch of topology that was inspired by observations, as the name suggests, of knots. An introduction to knot theory.
    Main Page See live article Alphabetical index
    Knot theory
    Knot theory is a branch of topology that was inspired by observations, as the name suggests, of knots . But progress in the field no longer depends on experiments with twine. Knot theory concerns itself with abstract properties of theoretical knotsthe spatial arrangements that in principle could be assumed by a loop of string. In mathematical jargon, these are embeddings of the closed circle in three dimensional space. Knot theory originated in an idea of Lord Kelvin 's, that atoms were knots of swirling vortices in the , and that an understanding and classification of all possible knots would explain why atoms absorb and emit light at only the discrete wavelengths that they do (i.e. explain what we now understand to depend on quantum energy levels). The vortex theory died, but knot theory has grown into a subject with wide and often unexpected applications, for example to theories of particle physics DNA replication and recombination , and to areas of statistical mechanics Table of contents 1 An introduction to knot theory
    1.1 Reidemeister moves

    68. QA Quantum Algebra
    Kawauchi, A., A Survey of knot theoryA Survey of knot theory. 1996. 444 pages. Reviews. knot theory is a rapidly developing field of research with many applications not only for mathematics.
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    69. The EMS Home Page
    knot theory and Cryptography Research Group. Department of Mathematics Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. Intro. What is knot theory?(Korean).
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    70. Knot Theory Links
    knot theory Links. knot theory for Teachers. http// Knots on the Web. knot theory Online. http//
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    M392C APPLIED knot theory. 8/26, Introduction Chirality, DNA, Kinetoplast DNA. Article Sumners, DW The role of knot theory in DNA research.
    Introduction: Chirality, DNA, Kinetoplast DNA Article: Sumners, D. W. The role of knot theory in DNA research. Geometry and topology (Athens, Ga., 1985), 297-318, Lecture Notes in Pure and Appl. Math., 105, Dekker, New York, 1987. Article: Chen J. Rauch CA. White JH. Englund PT. Cozzarelli NR. T he topology of the kinetoplast DNA network Cell . 80(1):61-9, 1995 Jan 13. Related Article: Chen J. Englund PT. Cozzarelli NR. Changes in network topology during the replication of kinetoplast DNA EMBO Journal . 14(24):6339-47, 1995 Dec 15. Related Article: Ryan, KA. Shapiro, TA. Rauch, CA. Griffith, J. Englund PT. A knotted free minicircle in kinetoplast DNA PNAS . 85, 5844-5848, Aug 1988. Lk = Tw + Wr Related Article: White, James H. An introduction to the geometry and topology of DNA structure Mathematical methods for DNA sequences , 225253, CRC, Boca Raton, FL, 1989. Replication, Topoisomerases, Recombinases, Gel electrophoresis, Transcription, Translation Comic book: I. Rosenfield, E. Ziff, B. van Loon, DNA for Beginners , A Writers and Readers Documentary Comic Book 1983.

    72. Knot Theory
    knot theory. Fred Curtis Mar 2001. This What is knot theory? knot theory is a branch of mathematics dealing with tangled loops. When
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    Fred Curtis - Mar 2001] This page is a tiny introduction to Knot Theory. It describes some basic concepts and provides links to my work and other Knot Theory resources. What is Knot Theory? My Interests Old papers I'm typing up References
    What is Knot Theory?
    Knot theory is a branch of mathematics dealing with tangled loops. When there's just one loop, it's called a knot . When there's more than one loop, it's called a link and the individual loops are called components of the link. A picture of a knot is called a knot diagram or knot projection . A place where parts of the loop cross over is called a crossing . The simplest knot is the unknot or trivial knot , which can be represented by a loop with no crossings. The big problem in knot theory is finding out whether two knots are the same or different. Two knots are regarded as being the same if they can be moved about in space, without cutting, to look exactly like each other. Such a movement is called an ambient isotopy - the ambient refers to moving the knot through 3-dimensional space, and

    73. A Family Of Impossible Figures Studied By Knot Theory
    A family of impossible figures studied by knot theory Corinne Cerf. Mathematics Dept., CP 216. Université Libre de Bruxelles. B1050 Bruxelles, Belgium.
    A family of impossible figures
    studied by knot theory Corinne Cerf
    Mathematics Dept., CP 216 B-1050 Bruxelles, Belgium
    1. Introduction Impossible figures are fascinating objects, related to art, psychology, and mathematics [ ]. Lionel and Roger Penrose (father and son) introduced the impossible tribar in 1958 [ Fig. 1 ). A figure is called impossible when "a contradiction in our interpretation is noticed but does not result in our rejecting it in favour of a consistent one" [ ]. The object represented in Fig. 1 is an impossible figure because our mind tries to interpret it as a three-dimensional (3D) object in the Euclidean space, with straight edges and planar faces, instead of interpreting it, for example, as a two-dimensional object drawn on the paper plane (which is perfectly possible). Fig. 1 Impossible figures have inspired researchers with more than one hundred papers (see Kulpa [ ] for an extensive bibliography), and the Dutch artist Escher [ ] with some famous drawings (see e.g. Fig. 2

    74. Lukol Directory - Science Math Topology Knot Theory
    web. Sections on knot tying, mathematical knot theory, knot art, and knot books. http// Knot

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    Science Math Topology ... Knots on the Web (Peter Suber)
    The most comprehensive collection of knotting resources on the web. Sections on knot tying, mathematical knot theory, knot art, and knot books.
    Knot Theory

    An overview of knot theory from Mathworld
    Knot Plot

    A collection of knots and links, viewed from a (mostly) mathematical perspective. Nearly all of the images here were created with KnotPlot, a program to visualize and manipulate mathematical knots in three and four dimensions.
    Knot Theory Group University of Liverpool
    Links to preprints and to programs written in pascal for doing knot calculations. Thomas Fink (Tie Knots) Thomas Fink and Yong Mao, used ideas from statistical mechanics to show there are 85 ways to tie a tie. They discovered a number of new aesthetically pleasing tie knots. This page has links to their original papers and to their book ``The 85 Ways to Tie a Tie''.

    75. Knot Theory - Encyclopedia Article About Knot Theory. Free Access, No Registrati
    encyclopedia article about knot theory. knot theory in Free online English dictionary, thesaurus and encyclopedia. Provides knot theory. Word theory
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    Word: Word Starts with Ends with Definition Knot theory is a branch of topology Topology See also: earth science, physical geography, human geography, geomorphology In architecture, topology is a term used to describe spatial effects which can not be described by topography, i.e., social, economical, spatial or phenomenological interactions.
    Click the link for more information. that was inspired by observations, as the name suggests, of knots Alternate meanings in knot (disambiguation) A knot is a method for fastening or securing linear material such as rope by tying or interweaving. It may consist of a length of one or more segments of rope, cord, webbing, twine, string, strap or even chain interwoven so as to create in the line the ability to bind to itself or to some other object - the "load". Some knots are well adapted to bind to particular objects such as another rope, cleat, ring, stake or to constrict an object. Decorative knots usually bind to themselves to produce attractive patterns.
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    76. Knot Theory
    knot theory. knot theory studies the placement of onedimensional objects called strings 23,24,25 in a three-dimensional space.
    Next: Crossing Convention Up: Knots and Templates Previous: Example: Duffing Equation
    Knot Theory
    Knot theory studies the placement of one-dimensional objects called strings [23,24,25] in a three-dimensional space.
    Figure 5.6: Planar diagrams of knots: (a) the trivial or unknot ; (b) figure-eight knot ; (c) left-handed trefoil ; (d) right-handed trefoil; (e) square knot ; (f) granny knot.
    A simple and accurate picture of a knot is formed by taking a rope and splicing the ends together to form a closed curve. A mathematician's knot is a non-self-intersecting smooth closed curve (a string ) embedded in three-space. A two-dimensional planar diagram of a knot is easy to draw. As illustrated in Figure , we can project a knot onto a plane using a solid (broken) line to indicate an overcross (undercross). A collection of knots is called a link (Fig.
    Figure 5.7: Link diagrams: (a) Hopf link ; (b) Borromean rings ; (c) Whitehead link
    The same knot can be placed in space and drawn in planar diagram in an infinite number of different ways. The equivalence of two different presentations of the same knot is usually very difficult to see. Classification of knots and links is a fundamental problem in topology. Given two separate knots or links we would like to determine when two knots are the same or different. Two knots (or links) are said to be

    77. Colin Adams The Knot Book. An Elementary Introduction To The
    Yale UP 1989 ?. R. Crowell/R. Fox Introduction to knot theory. Ginn 1963. Ralph Fox Recent developments of knot theory of Princeton. Proc. Int.
    Colin Adams: The knot book. An elementary introduction to the mathematical theory of knots. Freeman 1994, 310p. 0-7167-2393-X. $24. [= Das Knotenbuch. Spektrum 1995, 300p. DM 78.] 6940 Colin Adams: Tilings of space by knotted tiles. Math. Intell. 17/2 (1995), 41-51. 7379 Martin Aigner/J. Seidel: Knoten, Spinmodelle und Graphen. Jber. DMV 97 (1995), 75-96. J. Alexander: A lemma on a system of knotted curves. Proc. Nat. Ac. Sci. USA 9 (1923), 93-95. 5884 Emil Artin: Theorie der Zoepfe. Hamb. Abh. 4 (1925), 47-72. [5883 Artin, 416-441] 5885 Emil Artin: Theory of braids. Annals of Math. 48 (1947), 127-136. [5883 Artin, 446-471] 5886 Emil Artin: Braids and permutations. Annals of Math. 48 (1947), 643-649. [5883 Artin, 472-478] 5887 Emil Artin: The theory of braids. American Scientist 38 (1950), 112-119. [5883 Artin, 491-498] 2524 Clifford Ashley: Il grande libro dei nodi. Rizzoli 1989. 890 Michael Atiyah: The frontier between geometry and physics. Jber. DMV 91 (1989), 149-158. R. Baxter: Exactly solved models in statistical mechanics. Academic Press 1982. 2539 Joan Birman: Braids, links and mapping class groups. Princeton UP 1974. 2227 Joan Birman: Recent developments in braid and link theory. Math. Intell. 13/1 (1991), 52-60. 2236 J. Birman/H. Wenzl: Braids, link polynomials and a new algebra. Trans. AMS 313 (1989), 249-273. [3291] 5880 Gerhard Burde/Heiner Zieschang: Knots. De Gruyter 1985, 400p. 3-11-008675-1. DM 140. L. Crane: Topology of 3-manifolds and conformal field theories. Yale UP 1989 [?]. R. Crowell/R. Fox: Introduction to knot theory. Ginn 1963. M. Culler/C. Gordon/J. Luecke/P. Shalen: Dehn surgery on knots. Annals of Math. 125 (1987), 237-300. David Farmer/Theodore Stanford: Knots and surfaces. AMS 1996, 100p. 0-8218-0451-0. $19. 12154 Jose' Manuel Fernandez de Labastida: Knoten in der Physik. Spektrum 1998/10, 66-72. 5870 M. Fort (ed.): Topology of 3-manifolds. Prentice-Hall 1962. Ralph Fox: Recent developments of knot theory of Princeton. Proc. Int. Congress Math. 2 (1950), 453-457. 5871 Ralph Fox: A quick trip through knot theory. 5870 Fort, 120-176. 5872 Ralph Fox: Knots and periodic transformations. 5870 Fort, 177-182. 5874 Ralph Fox/O. Harrold: The Wilder arcs. 5870 Fort, 184-187. 2241 Peter Freyd a.o.: A new polynomial invariant on knots and links. Bull. AMS 12 (1985), 239-246. [3291] Peter Freyd/D. Yetter: Braided compact closed categories with applications to low dimensional topology. Adv. Math. 77 (1989), 156-182. D. Fuchs: Cohomologies of the braid group mod 2. Funct. Anal. appl. 4 (1970), 143-151. D. Gabai: Foliations and surgery on knots. Bull. AMS 15 (1986), 83-97. N. Gilbert/T. Porter: Knots and surfaces. Oxford UP 1994, 240p. 0-19-853397-7. Pds. 30. "The text is very well written, detailed motivations of concepts and clear explanations replace unnecessary formalism." (Peter Schmitt) 5873 Herman Gluck: The reducibility of embedding problems. 5870 Fort, 182-183. D. Goldschmidt: Group characters, symmetric functions, and the Hecke algebra. AMS 1993, 70p. Pds. 49. "Dieser vorzuegliche Band, dicht gepackt mit Mathematik von allererster Guete, gibt eine Vorlesung wieder, die der Autor 1989 in Berkeley gehalten hat und deren Hauptziel es ist, ein tieferes Verstaendnis der Markovspur und somit des fuer die Knotentheorie so wichtigen Jonespolynoms zu vermitteln." (Harald Rindler). W. Haken: Ueber das Homoeomorphieproblem der 3-Mannigfaltigkeiten I. Math. Zeitschr. 80 (1962), 89-120. V. Hansen: Braids and coverings. Cambridge UP 1989. Geoffrey Hemion: The classification of knots and 3-dimensional spaces. Oxford UP 1992, 160p. 0-19-859697-9. $44. Geoffrey Hemion: On the classification of homeomorphisms of 2-manifolds and the classification of 3-manifolds. Acta Math. 142 (1979), 123-155. F. Jones: Subfactors and knots. AMS 1991, 113p. DM 110. "An enormous amount of material is contained in this short CBMS series of lectures, and what is more, the author is able to link together completely disparate topics such as von Neumann algebras, braid groups, links, and Hecke algebras. Even a superficial perusal of the book will teach something. It belongs on every mathematician's shelf." (G.C. Rota). 6630 Vaughan Jones: Teoria dei nodi e meccanica statistica. 6626 Israel, 27-32. 2240 Vaughan Jones: A polynomial invariant for knots via von Neumann algebras. Bull. AMS 12 (1985), 103-111. [3291] 5877 Vaughan Jones: Hecke algebra representations of braid groups and link polynomials. Annals Math. 126 (1987), 335-388. 4783 Vaughan Jones: Knots in mathematics and physics. 4727 Casacuberta/Castellet, 70-77. 2028 Louis Kauffman: On knots. Princeton UP 1987. Louis Kauffman: Knots and physics. World Scientific 1991, 500p. 981-02-0344-6 (pb). Pds. 19. 5869 Louis Kauffman: Formal knot theory. 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    Knot theory is a great topic for exciting students about mathematics. It is visual and hands on. Students can begin working on problems the first day with their shoelaces. Knot theory is also an incredibly active field. There is a tremendous amount of work going on currently, and one can easily state open problems. It also has important applications to chemistry, biochemistry and physics. This workshop is aimed at college and university teachers who are interested in knowing more about knot theory. There is no assumption of previous background in the field, however a familiarity with basic topology will help. The goals of the workshop are as follows:
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    3. Participants will be able to direct student research in knot theory. Each day will be divided into a morning session when we learn about specific topics in knot theory and an afternoon session, when we conjecture wildly, throw around ideas, and do original research. Information about the workshop presenter: Colin Adams is the Francis C. Oakley Third Century Professor of Mathematics at Williams College. He wrote "The Knot Book: an Elementary Intorduction to the Mathematical Theory of Knots" and has taught an undergraduate course on knot theory many times. He has published over 30 articles on knot theory and related subjects. He has directed over 40 undergraduate students on research in knot theory and co-authored papers with a total of 33 different undergraduates. Adams received the Haimo Distinguished Teaching Award of the MAA in 1998, was a Polya Lecturer for the MAA 1998-2000, and is currently a Sigma Xi Lecturer.

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