Veering triangulations and related polynomial invariants

8 February 2021
Anna Parlak

Veering triangulations are a special class of ideal triangulations with a rather mysterious combinatorial definition. Their importance follows from a deep connection with pseudo-Anosov flows on 3-manifolds. Recently Landry, Minsky and Taylor introduced a polynomial invariant of veering triangulations called the taut polynomial. During the talk I will discuss how and why it is connected to the Alexander polynomial of the underlying manifold.  

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