**Professor of the Graduate School**

**Phone:
**510-642-6550**FAX: **510-642-8204 **Email:
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**Post: **Department
of Mathematics, University of California, Berkeley, CA,
94720-3840 USA

**Office: **825 Evans Hall

**Office hours: ** by appointment

**Photo by Margo Weinstein
**

**Seminars**

**ONGOING**

Northern California (Berkeley-Davis-Stanford-Santa Cruz) Symplectic Geometry Seminar

First Monday (usually) of each month from October to
December and February to May,

alternately at Berkeley and Stanford.

**Poisson
Geometry home page
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**Gone Fishing meetings have been held at The Washington University
in St. Louis (2011),
UCLA (2012), Temple University (2013), UC Berkeley (2014), University
of Colorado, Boulder (2016), University of Notre Dame (2017), UC
San Diego (2018), and Georgia Southern University (virtually, 2020); the next meeting will be held at Georgia Southern in Savannah in Spring, 2021. **

** Poisson 2020 has been postponed
to 2021 and will be held in Salerno and Napoli, Italy.**

**Preprint versions of most of my papers written since 1993 can
be found on the ArXiv, via this
link. MathSci reviews of my published papers,
including links to online versions of many of them may be found here.
**

**Links to some other papers may be found below. Groupoïdes
symplectiques (by A. Coste, P. Dazord, and A Weinstein, appeared
in **

Beyond Poisson structures (with T. Courant, appeared in Seminaire sud-rhodanien de geometrie VIII. Travaux en Cours 27, Hermann, Paris (1988), 39-49)

Deformation quantization (from

Geometry of the transport equation in multicomponent WKB approximations (with C. Emmrich, appeared in

Lagrangian mechanics and groupoids (appeared in

The symplectic structure on moduli space (published in

The modular automorphism group of a Poisson manifold (appeared in

Tangential deformation quantization and polarized symplectic groupoids (appeared in

Poisson geometry (survey article, appeared in

Self-similarity of Poisson structures on tori (with K. Mikami, PostScript file, appeared in Banach Center Proceedings)

Some comments on the history, theory, and applications of symplectic reduction (with J. Marsden, appeared in proceedings of conference "

**Geometric Models for Noncommutative Algebras, ****by
A. Cannas da Silva and A. Weinstein, was published in 1999 by the
American Mathematical Society in the Berkeley Mathematics Lecture
Notes series; see the listing at the AMS
Bookstore. The manuscript is also available
here in electronic form: PDF
file. A list of errata (as of August, 2000) is here:
PDF
form. **

**Lectures on the Geometry of Quantization****, by S.
Bates and A. Weinstein, was published in 1997 in the same
series; see the listing at the AMS
Bookstore. The manuscript is also available here in
electronic form: PDF
file.**

**Basic Multivariable Calculus, ****by J.E. Marsden,
A.J. Tromba, and A. Weinstein, was published in 1993 by W.A. Freeman
and Company and by Springer-Verlag. More
information about this book. **

**Calculus I,II,III, ****by
J.E. Marsden and A. Weinstein, was published in 1985 by
Springer-Verlag. Link to online version.**

**Calculus Unlimited, ****by
J.E. Marsden and A. Weinstein, was published in 1981 by
Benjamin/Cummings and is now out of print. More
information
about this book (including link to an online version). **

**From
Riemann geometry to Poisson geometry and back again (video of
lecture at ****Chern Symposium****, MSRI, March 6,
1998)Modular
classes and the volume of a differentiable stack ("slides"
from lecture at **

**These articles have been reviewed
and rewritten since submission as term papers. They are meant to
provide graduate students and researchers with an introduction to
topics of current interest in differential geometry.**

**Survey
articles on riemannian geometry from Math 240, Spring 1995.
Survey
articles on symplectic geometry from Math 242, Spring 1996.
Survey
articles on geometric models for noncommutative algebras (Poisson
geometry and quantization) from Math 277, Spring 1997. Survey
articles on symplectic geometry from Math 242, Spring 1999.
Survey
articles on riemannian geometry from Math 240, Spring 2000.
Survey
articles on momentum mappings from Math 277, Fall 2000. Survey
articles on symplectic geometry from Math 242, Fall 2002. Survey
articles on riemannian geometry from Math 240, Fall 2003. Survey
articles on symplectic geometry from Math 242, Fall 2005.The
following is a master's thesis for which I was a co-supervisor. The
Momentum Map, Symplectic Reduction and an Introduction to Brownian
Motion**, Ludovic Pirl, Lausanne, 2010.

**The following article was written by a visiting undergraduate student from METU.
A survey of singular reduction, Baris Kartal, 2013. **