Dylan Thurston

I am a professor at Indiana University, Bloomington. I study low-dimensional topology, particularly finite-type invariants and geometric 3-manifold topology. I received my Ph.D. in 2000 from the University of California, Berkeley; my advisor was Vaughan Jones. Before Indiana, I was at Harvard and Barnard for some years, and Cornell, Tokyo Institute of Technology, and Berkeley for shorter terms.


I have a page of writing (including a program), and another page with notes for talks.

I am an editor of the journal Quantum Topology, published by the European Mathematical Society.

Contact Information

E-mail: dpthurst@indiana.edu
Office: Rawles 313, (812) 855-6730
Address: Dylan Thurston, Department of Mathematics, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405-7106

Picture with a model of the 600 cell