2012-current | Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of California, Berkeley | |
2011-2012 | Professor, Department of Mathematics, Northwestern University | |
2008-2011 | Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, Northwestern University | |
Spring 2008 | Member, School of Mathematics, Institute for Advanced Study | |
2005-2008 | Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, Northwestern University | |
2001-2005 | L.E. Dickson Instructor, Department of Mathematics, University of Chicago |
Spring 2017 | William J. Spencer Lecture, Kansas State University | |
2016-2017 | Miller Research Professor, Miller Institute, University of California, Berkeley | |
Fall 2012 | Cahit Arf Lecture, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey | |
Fall 2012 | Andreas Floer Memorial Lecture, Stanford University | |
Fall 2012 | Elected AMS Fellow | |
Winter 2011 | Invited address, Current Events Bulletin, Joint Mathematics Meetings, New Orleans | |
2009 | Clarence Ver Steeg Graduate Faculty Award, Northwestern University | |
Fall 2008 | Invited address, AMS Central Section Meeting, Western Michigan University | |
2007-2009 | Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship, Northwestern University | |
2002-2005 | NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, University of Chicago | |
1997-2000 | NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, Princeton University | |
1996 | David Howell Premium for Excellence in Mathematics, Brown University | |
1996 | Phi Beta Kappa, Brown University |
2015-current | Principal investigator, Microlocal geometry in gauge theory, NSF DMS grant #1502178 | |
2012-2015 | Principal investigator, Quantum topological structures in geometric representation theory, NSF DMS grant #1201319/#1319287 | |
2012-current | Co-principal investigator, FRG: Collaborative Research: In and Around Theory X, NSF DMS grant #1160227 | |
2009-2012 | Principal investigator, Representation theory via topological field theory, NSF DMS grant #0901114 | |
2008-current | Co-principal investigator, SQuaRE grant, American Institute of Mathematics | |
2007-2012 | Member, Research Training Group in Geometry and Physics, NSF DMS grant #0636646, principal investigators: E. Getzler, B. Tsygan, E. Zaslow | |
2006-2009 | Principal investigator, Perverse sheaves in representation theory, NSF DMS grant #0600909 |
University of California, Berkeley:
Current | Shishir Agrawal | ||
Current | Daniel Appel | ||
Current | Harrison Chen | ||
Current | Benjamin Gammage | ||
2016 | Penghui Li, Uniformization of semistable bundles on elliptic curves | ||
Current | James McIvor | ||
Current | Ben Wormleighton | ||
Current | Kevin Wray (joint with N. Reshetikhin) | ||
Current | Qiaochou Yuan | ||
Current | Qiao Zhou | ||
Current | Alex Zorn | ||
2015 | Xin Jin, Symplectic approaches in geometric representation theory |
Northwestern University:
2016 | Chris Elliott, Gauge theoretic aspects of the geometric Langlands correspondence | ||
2015 | Clemens Koppensteiner, Some microlocal aspects of perverse coherent sheaves and equivariant D-modules | ||
2013 | Sam Gunningham, Categorified harmonic analysis on complex reductive groups | ||
2013 | Ian Le, Higher laminations and affine buildings | ||
2012 | Ted Stadnik, Constructions using differential operators in positive characteristic | ||
2012 | Mike Skirvin, A global analogue of the Springer resolution for SL_2 | ||
2010 | Thomas Dunlap, Combinatorial representation theory of affine SL_2 via polytope calculus |
2009-2012 | John Francis, Northwestern University, NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellowship recipient |
University of California, Berkeley:
current | Weiyi Liu, Honors thesis | ||
Summer 2014 | Brian Gluzman, Algebraic Geometry | ||
Spring 2014 | Weiqiao Han, Honors thesis: An Elementary Introduction to the Riemann Zeta Function and some of its Applications | ||
Summer 2013 | Jize Yu, Representation theory | ||
Summer 2013 | Yusuf Baris Kartal, Loop groups |
Northwestern University honors theses:
2012 | Frederick Robinson, Persistent homology | ||
2010 | Andrea Heyman, Lefschetz fixed point theorem | ||
2009 | Adam Vollrath, Elliptic curves | ||
2008 | Jonah Leshin, Tate's thesis |
Northwestern University Summer Research Grant recipients:
Summer 2007 | Jonah Leshin, Analytic Number Theory | ||
Summer 2006 | Durga Borkar, Hecke Algebras |
University of California, Berkeley:
Spring 2017 | Math 274, Langlands duality | ||
Fall 2016 | Graduate seminar, Geometric Representation Theory: Lagrangian singularities | ||
Fall 2015 | Math 54, Linear Algebra and Differential Equations | ||
Spring 2014 | Math 256A, Algebraic Geometry | ||
Fall 2015 | Graduate seminar, Geometric Representation Theory: singular hypersurfaces | ||
Spring 2015 | Graduate seminar, Geometric Representation Theory: key tools | ||
Fall 2014 | Math 54, Linear Algebra and Differential Equations | ||
Spring 2014 | Math 215B, Algebraic Topology | ||
Spring 2014 | Graduate seminar, Geometric Representation Theory: What is...? | ||
Fall 2013 | Math 110, Linear Algebra | ||
Fall 2013 | Math 274, Microlocal geometry | ||
Fall 2013 | Graduate seminar, Geometric Representation Theory: student research | ||
Spring 2013 | Math 256B, Algebraic Geometry | ||
Spring 2013 | Graduate seminar, Geometric Representation Theory: Positive Grassmannians | ||
Fall 2012 | Math 110, Linear Algebra | ||
Fall 2012 | Graduate seminar, Geometric Representation Theory: D-modules |
Northwestern University:
Winter 2012 | Math 448, Geometry and Topology | ||
Fall 2011 | Math 440, Geometry/Topology | ||
Fall 2011 | Math 483, Algebraic Geometry | ||
Spring 2011 | Math 340, Geometry | ||
Fall 2010, Winter 2011 | Math 448, Geometry and Topology | ||
Winter, Spring 2010 | Math 448, Geometry and Topology | ||
Winter 2010 | Math 396, Undergraduate seminar: Singularities | ||
2008-2009 | Math 448, Geometry and Topology | ||
Fall 2007 | Math 484, Lie theory | ||
Fall 2006 | Math 478, Equivariant Geometry | ||
Fall 2006 | Math 230, Multivariable Calculus | ||
Winter 2006 | Math 478, Hecke Algebras | ||
Fall 2005 | Math 484, Representation Theory | ||
Fall 2005 | Math 230, Multivariable Calculus |
University of Chicago:
Winter 2004 | Analysis in R^n | ||
2001-2002 | Honors Calculus |
Princeton University:
Fall 2012 | Calculus | ||
Fall 1999 | Calculus |
Faculty Appointments Committee: 2013-2014, 2014-2015, 2015-2016, 2016-2017 | |
Prizes Committee: 2015-2016 (Chair) | |
Graduate Admissions Committee: 2012-2013 | |
Preliminary Exam Committee: 2012-2013 |
Tenure-track and Tenured Hiring Committee: 2007-2008, 2009-2010, 2010-2011 | |
Boas Assistant Professorship Hiring Committee: 2006-2007, 2008-2009 (Chair), 2009-2010 (Chair), 2010-2011 (Chair) | |
Graduate Committee: 2005-2006, 2010-2011 | |
Budget Committee: 2008-2009, 2009-2010 | |
Pinsky Lecture Series Committee: 2009-2010 |
Advances in Mathematics | |
American Journal of Mathematics | |
American Mathematical Monthly | |
Annales Scientifiques de l'Ecole Normale Superieure | |
Annals of Mathematics | |
Bulletin of Mathematical Sciences | |
Compositio Mathematica | |
Duke Journal of Mathematics | |
Forum of Mathematics, Sigma | |
Geometry & Topology | |
International Mathematics Research Notices | |
Inventiones Mathematicae | |
Journal of Algebra | |
Journal of the American Mathematical Society | |
Journal of the European Mathematical Society | |
Journal of High Energy Physics | |
Journal of Mathematical Sciences, University of Tokyo | |
Journal of Symplectic Geometry | |
Mathematische Zeitschrift | |
Pure and Applied Mathematics Quarterly | |
Representation Theory | |
Selecta Mathematica | |
Transactions of the American Mathematical Society | |
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft | |
French National Research Agency | |
Israel Science Foundation | |
National Science Foundation | |
National Security Agency | |
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada | |
Swiss National Science Foundation |