During the 2021-22 academic year, the ICMS is hosting a Colloquium. The meetings take place virtually on Zoom.
The purpose of the joint seminar is to strengthen the collaboration between ICMS and IMSA. The meetings take place in Zoom.
The ICMS seminar is providing a joint working environment for the ICMS people. The meetings take place in hall 403 and are broadcasted in Zoom.
ICMS is the main organizer of two conferences – The Annual Meeting of Young Bulgarian Mathematicians and The Women in Mathematics in South-Eastern Europe.
PhD from St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institute, Russia (2018)
Thesis: Extremal problems in hypergraph coloringsAdvisor: Fedor Petrov and Andrei M. Raigorodskii
He works in the field of Combinatorics.
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.
PhD from Loughborough University, UK (2020)
Thesis: Birational models of terminal sextic double solidsAdvisor: Hamid Ahmadinezhad
He works in the field of Birational Geometry.
PhD from Sobolev Institute of Mathematics, Russian Federation (2013)
Thesis: Eigenfunctions and Multiple Perfect Codes in Johnson and Hamming GraphsAdvisor: Sergey Avgustinovich
He works in the field of Algebraic Combinatorics and Coding Theory.
PhD from École Polytechnique, France (2017)
Thesis: Birational invariants: cohomology, algebraic cycles and Hodge theoryAdvisor: Claire Voisin
He works in the areas of complex and arithmetic geometry.
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.
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.
PhD from Washington University in St. Louis, USA (2019)
Thesis: Limits and Singularities of Normal FunctionsAdvisor: Matthew David Kerr
He works in the field of Algebraic Geometry, more precisely Hodge theory and Homological Mirror Symmetry.
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