University of Michigan, Ann ArborContact Department of Mathematics 530 Church Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1043 USA
Office: 1854 East Hall Here is a link to my Google Scholar profile. Please feel free to have a look at my CV. On April 7-8, I am organizing a Mini-Workshop on Stability Conditions and Homological Projective Duality at the University of Michigan. Travel plans- Jan. 22-24: Algebraic Geometry Seminar, Ohio State University, Columbus.
- Feb. 6-8: Algebra Seminar, University of Kentucky, Lexington.
- Feb. 26 - Mar. 2: Minicourse at IMPA, Rio de Janeiro.
- Mar. 17-18: AMS Spring Central Sectional Meeting, Special Session on Algebraic and Combinatorial Aspects of Tropical Geometry, Ohio State University, Columbus.
- March 24: Algebraic Geometry near Boston Conference, Tufts University.
- Mar. 25-30: Tropical Geometry, Amoebas, and Polytopes, Institut Mittag-Leffler, Stockholm.
- April 16-20: Tropical Varieties and Amoebas in Higher Dimension, KTH Royal Institute of Technology.
- May 16-20: Antalya Algebra Days, Nesin Mathematics Village.
- Aug. 13-17: Tropical Geometry and Moduli Spaces, ICM 2018 Satellite Conference at Cabo Frio, Brazil.
| Welcome! I am a Postdoc Assistant Professor at the Department of Mathematics at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
My postdoctoral mentor is Mattias Jonsson. My research areas are arithmetic and algebraic geometry, with a particular focus on the interplay between tropical, non-Archimedean, and logarithmic geometry, as well as on its applications to moduli spaces. Before coming to Ann Arbor, I have been a postdoctoral fellow at the Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences under the thematic program on Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry as well as a Hausdorff postdoc at the University of Bonn in the group of Daniel Huybrechts. During Summer 2017 I was visiting the Research Group in Nonlinear Algebra, led by Bernd Sturmfels, at the Max Planck Institute of Mathematics in the Sciences, Leipzig. I completed my doctorate at the Department of Mathematics at Brown University with a thesis on the Tropical geometry of logarithmic schemes. My doctoral advisor was Dan Abramovich. I did my undergraduate degree in Mathematics with a minor in Physics at the University of Regensburg, where I wrote an undergraduate thesis under the guidance of Klaus Künnemann. During this time I also spent a year as a visiting graduate student at Brandeis University. My wife Rama Srinivasan is an anthropologist. She is currently finishing her PhD at Brown University. |