John Nolan

I am a PhD student in the Math Department at UC Berkeley. My current research focuses on algebraic geometry and its relationship with topological quantum field theories such as Rozansky-Witten theory.

My advisor is Constantin Teleman.

You can reach me at: john UNDERSCORE nolan AT math DOT berkeley DOT edu.


(I publish as John S. Nolan.)
  1. Amplitudes on Abelian Categories. With Barbara Giunti, Nina Otter, and Lukas Waas.
  2. Symmetric Monoidal Categories with Attributes. With Spencer Breiner. In: Proceedings of the 3rd Annual International Applied Category Theory Conference 2020.
  3. Compositional Models for Power Systems. With Blake S. Pollard, Spencer Breiner, Dhananjay Anand, and Eswaran Subrahmanian. In: Proceedings of the 2nd Annual International Applied Category Theory Conference 2019.
  4. A Generalization of Gleason's Frame Function for Quantum Measurement. With John J. Benedetto and Paul J. Koprowski.