About me

I am interested broadly in the field of enumerative geometry with a focus on sheaf counting theories. My main interest has been counting sheaves on Calabi–Yau fourfolds which has its origin in gauge theory and derived algebraic geometry.

Teaching experience:

Derived algebrai geometry at ETH Zürich 2022 Summer-term (Lecturer)

String theory at Oxford 2021 Hilary (Tutor)

String theory at Oxford 2021 Hilary (Tutor)

Projective geometry at Merton College in Oxford 2020 Trinity (Tutor)

Algebraic topology at Oxford 2018 Michaelmas (Teaching assistent)

Representation theory at Oxford 2018 Michaelmas (Teaching assistent)

Selected Talks:

Virasoro for moduli of sheaves: the wall-crossing, Diablerets, Helvetic Algebraic Geometry Seminar, June 2022. notes

Wall-crossing for Non-commutative Calabi–Yau fourfolds, University of Bonn, Curves and K3 surfaces conference, May 2022. slides

Wall-crossing for punctual Quot-schemes, University of Oslo, Algebra Seminar, January 2022.

Wall-crossing for Hilbert schemes of fourfolds and Quot-schemes of surfaces, The London geometry and topology seminar, June 2021

Hilbert schemes for fourfolds and Quot-schemes for surfaces, Geometry & Analysis seminar - Oxford, April 2021

Wall-crossing for Hilbert schemes on fourfolds and Quot-schemes on surfaces, UCSD Algebraic Geometry Seminar, April 2021

Wall-crossing for Hilbert schemes on CY 4-​folds II, Algebraic geometry and moduli seminar- ETH, March 2021.

Wall-crossing for Hilbert schemes on CY 4-​folds I, Algebraic geometry and moduli seminar- ETH, March 2021.

Orientation on the moduli stack of compactly supported perfect complexes over a Calabi-Yau 4-fold, online, Oxford–London Gauge Assembly, August 2020. slides video

Orientations for DT invariants on quasi-projective Calabi–Yau 4-folds, Algebraic geometry seminar - Nottingham, November 2020. slides video

Non-commutative counting and stability, University of Warwick, Summer-school on Bridgeland stability conditions, December 2019.