## Online mathematics seminars

I wrote an article *How do I ... develop an online research seminar?* for the September 2020 issue of the Notices of the American Mathematical Society. In that article, I link to this webpage as a list of online mathematics seminars that I know about.

This is an incomplete and growing list, so please email me at [henry dot adams at colostate dot edu] to add more seminars!

UPDATE: A more comprehensive list of online math seminars is avaliable at https://mathseminars.org/.

- Applied Algebraic Topology Research Network (AATRN) online seminar, and its YouTube channel
- Applied Category Theory (ACT@UCR) Seminar
- Combinatorics Lectures Online
- The electronic Algebraic K-Theory Seminar (eAKTS)
- The electronic Computational Homotopy Theory (eCHT) Seminar, and its associated YouTube channel
- Electronic Seminar on Mathematics Education (ESME)
- Extremal and Probabilistic Combinatorics Webinar
- Gauge Theory Virtual
- Graduates Reminiscing Online On Topology (GROOT) Summer Seminar
- Seminar GEOTOP-A, on applications of geometry and topology
- Homotopy Type Theory Electronic Seminar Talks (HoTTEST), and its associated YouTube channel
- Knot Online Seminar (K-OS)
- The MAD+ seminar is hosted by both NYU and ETH Zürich
- MIT has moved many of their research seminars online for the time being, including their Categories, Lie groups, PDE/Analysis, and Topology seminars
- NIMBioS Webinar Series on topics at the interface of mathematics and biology
- The Nonlinear Algebra Seminar Online (NASO) has both a webpage and a google doc
- One World Probability Seminar
- Online Algebraic Topology Seminar (OATS)
- Online Probability Seminars
- Online seminar and talks in logic
- Oxford Discrete Mathematics and Probability Seminar
- VaNTAGe is a virtual math seminar on open conjectures in number theory and arithmetic geometry.
- Virtual Combinatorics Colloquium
- Western hemisphere virtual symplectic seminar.