## Martin Ulirsch

### Junior Professor in Number Theory

Goethe University Frankfurt am Main

### Address

FB12 - Institut für Mathematik Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Robert-Mayer-Str. 6-8 60325 Frankfurt am Main

Office: 209 Phone: +49 69 798 - 28216

Welcome! I am a Junior Professor in Number Theory in the Algebra and Geometry Group at Goethe University Frankfurt am Main. My position in Frankfurt is supported by the LOEWE-Schwerpunkt Uniformized Structures in Arithmetic and Geometry. My research areas are arithmetic and algebraic geometry, with a particular focus on tropical and non-Archimedean geometry, and its connections to the geometry of moduli spaces, to Brill-Noether theory, and to Hurwitz theory. Since January 2019 I am also supervising my first Ph.D.-student Felix Röhrle.

From October 2018 until March 2019 I was a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at the University of Warwick, hosted by Diane Maclagan. Before coming to Frankfurt, I have been a Postdoc Assistant Professor at the Department of Mathematics at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, a postdoctoral fellow at the Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences within 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 have visited 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.

## News

A regular afternoon seminar series on tropical geometry and neighboring fields. The next two dates are the following:

- 31 October 2019
- 24. January 2020