I am currently a postdoctoral researcher based in Humboldt-Universität
zu Berlin and working in the research group of
I completed my PhD at Trinity College Dublin under the direction of
Vladimir Dotsenko. My dissertation
is available here.
I completed my undergraduate studies at the University of Buenos Aires, and wrote my thesis under
the direction of Mariano Suárez-Álvarez.
You may know me from math.SE, where I am
a moderator. Here is a picture of myself.
My curriculum vitae is available here. Last updated December 2022.
I am interested in homological algebra, homotopical algebra, algebraic homotopy,
effective homology, higher structures, operads, representation theory and combinatorics.
I was part of the organizing committee of the 2023 CIMPA School
Crossroads of geometry, representation theory and higher structures,
which took place from March 13th to March 26th 2023 in Puerto Madryn,
Argentina, and which was a great success. More information available
I was a postdoctoral researcher at the non-linear algebra research group
of the MPIMiS in Leipzig from May 2021 to March 2022. During my stay there,
I gave a lecture series titled Algebraic operads,
Koszul duality and Gröbner bases: an introduction
from October 15th 2021 to January, 21st 2022. More
information and lecture notes here.
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But we can hope to learn and grow from those experiences
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Saru in The Sound of Thunder.
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By choosing to walk forward. Together. And if there
is a greater hand leading us into uncertain future
I can only hope it guides us well." Michael
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That is why you do well to follow your heart and your passion.
Bare reason is likely to lead you astray. None of us are smart
and wise enough to figure it out intellectually." Bill
Thurston in this MO post.
"Attention is the reader's gift to you. That gift is precious.
And finite. And should you fail to be a respectful steward of
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"Once a reader revokes the gift of attention,
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Like the proverbial tree falling in the woods,
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