I am a Postdoctoral Scholar at the Section of Mathematics of the University of Geneva in Switzerland.
I am a member of the research group of Anton Alekseev.
I completed my PhD in Mathematics at the University of Toronto in January 2018.
My PhD advisor was Marco Gualtieri, and my thesis is titled Abelianisation of Logarithmic Connections.
Broadly speaking, my research area is Complex Algebraic Geometry with its relevance to Quantum Field Theory and String Theory.
More specifically, my research revolves around the study of the moduli space of meromorphic flat connections using methods from the theory of Higgs bundles developed by Nigel Hitchin.
Complex Algebraic Geometry
quantum field theory
Lie algebroids and Lie groupoids
exact WKB analysis
2 The Exact WKB Method is AbelianisationMarco Gualtieri, Kohei Iwaki, Andrew Neitzkein preparation2018
1 Abelianisation of Logarithmic ConnectionsPhD Dissertation2018meromorphic connection, Levelt filtration, abelianisation, WKB, spectral curve, Higgs bundle, quantum connection, de Rham-Prym variety
2 Homotopical StructuresNotes taken in the Homotopical Structures Seminar.2015homotopical algebra, operad
These are lecture notes for the course on D-modules that I took some years ago, read by Sergey Arkhipov.2012D-modules, meromorphic connections, Riemann-Hilbert correspondence
20189-14 SeptemberWorkshop Geometry and Physics of Quantum Curves, BIRS, Banf, Alberta, Canada
16-20 JulyConference Poisson 2018, Fields Institute, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
29 May - 2 JuneTBA (plenary talk)Conference GAP XVI, West University of Timisoara, Romania
8-13 AprilConference Geometric aspects of momentum maps and integrability, CSF Ascona, Switzerland
MarchTBAGeometry Seminar, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, Netherlands
2 FebruaryGeometry behind the WKB MethodSeminar Groupes de Lie et espaces des modules, Université de Genève, Switzerland