The Topology Seminar is a research seminar co-sponsored by the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics and the Institute of Mathematics, Physics and Mechanics. It was established in 1972 by Jože Vrabec who led the seminar for the next thirty years. Presently the activities of the seminar are coordinated by Petar Pavešić. Remarkably, the meeting time of the seminar remained unchanged for the last 50 years: we convene every Monday (during the winter and summer term) from noon to 2pm. The Topology Seminar features a mixture of visiting and local speakers and covers topics from virtually all of topology and several related fields.

## Members

- Aleksandra Franc (algebraic topology)
- Damir Franetič (algebraic topology)
- Peter Goričan (computational topology)
- Dejan Govc (algebraic and computational topology)
- Jure Kališnik (differential topology)
- Boštjan Lemež (computational topology)
- Davorin Lešnik (point-set topology)
- Nežka Mramor Kosta (computational topology)
- Petar Pavešić (algebraic topology)
- Jaka Smrekar (algebraic topology)
- Sašo Strle (geometric topology)
- Aleš Vavpetič (algebraic topology)
- Jože Vrabec (geometric topology)
- Žiga Virk (algebraic and computational topology)