Andrei Bengus-Lasnier


PhD from University of Paris, France (2021)

Thesis: Diskoids and extensions of valuations
Advisor: Hussein Mourtada

He works in algebraic geometry and valuation theory.

Danila Cherkashin

Russian Federation

PhD from St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institute, Russia (2018)

Thesis: Extremal problems in hypergraph colorings
Advisor: Fedor Petrov and Andrei M. Raigorodskii

He works in the field of Combinatorics. 

Enrique Ruby Becerra

United States of America

PhD from Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico (2019.)

Thesis: On the resolution property for orbifolds.
Advisor: Ernesto Lupercio

He works on developing chimeric algebraic geometry and on stacky Steenbrink spectrum.

Erik Paemurru


PhD from Loughborough University, UK (2020)

Thesis: Birational models of terminal sextic double solids
Advisor: Hamid Ahmadinezhad

He works in the field of Birational Geometry.

Konstantin Vorob’ev

Russian Federation

PhD from Sobolev Institute of Mathematics, Russian Federation (2013)

Thesis: Eigenfunctions and Multiple Perfect Codes in Johnson and Hamming Graphs
Advisor: Sergey Avgustinovich

He works in the field of Algebraic Combinatorics and Coding Theory.

Maryam Bajalan


PhD from University of Malayer, Iran (2019)
Thesis: Codes over the product of chain rings.
Advisor: Rashid Rezaei

She works in coding theory.

Rene Mboro


PhD from École Polytechnique, France (2017)

Thesis: Birational invariants: cohomology, algebraic cycles and Hodge theory
Advisor: Claire Voisin

He works in the areas of complex and arithmetic geometry.

Rodolfo Aguilar


PhD from Université Grenoble Alpes, France (2021)

Thesis: Partial compactifications of the complement of an arrangement of lines and fundamental groups
Advisor: Philippe Eyssidieux

He works on fundamental groups of complements.

Sebastian Torres


PhD from University of Massachusetts, Amherst (2021)

Thesis: Windows in algebraic geometry and applications to moduli
Advisor: Jenia Tevelev.

He develops the interplay between representation theory and Derived Geometry.

Tokio Sasaki


PhD from Washington University in St. Louis, USA (2019)

Thesis: Limits and Singularities of Normal Functions
Advisor: Matthew David Kerr

He works in the field of Algebraic Geometry, more precisely Hodge theory and Homological Mirror Symmetry.