Advisory Panel Member

Zoltan Szabo

1998 Fellow

Current Institution: Princeton University

Mathematics

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About Zoltan Szabo's Work

My research involves the study Low Dimensional Topology: smooth four dimensional manifolds, three dimensional manifolds, and embedded circles (knots) inside three-manifolds. There are various mathematical methods used in this research: gauge theory, symplectic geometry, Floer homology and ideas from topological quantum field theory. Some of my more recent work on studying knots and surgery problems inside three-manifolds uses Heegaard Floer homology that was developed jointly with Peter Ozsvath.


Awards and Achievements

Veblen Prize (2007)