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Dmitry Tonkonog

About me

I am a Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard University, Department of Mathematics. I am participating in the Simons Collaboration on Homological Mirror Symmetry, and do research in symplectic geometry and mirror symmetry.

Before coming to Harvard, I was a Visiting Assistant Professor at UC Berkeley.

Here is the link to my CV.


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Office: 226 Science Center.

Brief CV

2019- Harvard, Postdoctoral Fellow. Host: Denis Auroux
2017-2019 UC Berkeley, Simons Visiting Assistant Professor. Host: Denis Auroux
2016-2017 Uppsala University, Postdoctoral Researcher. Host: Tobias Ekholm; funded by the Geometry & Physics project grant from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation.
2012-2016 University of Cambridge, PhD student. Supervisor: Ivan Smith


Previously: Math 143 Elementary Algebraic Geometry (2018, UC), Math 185 Introduction to Complex Analysis (2017, UC), 1MA259 Differential Topology (2017, Uppsala).

This maths we're in

My pages on arXiv, Google Scholar.

11. Refined disk potentials for immersed Lagrangian surfaces
(with Georgios Dimitroglou Rizell and Tobias Ekholm)
arXiv preprint, 2018 [arXiv]
10. Geometry of symplectic flux and Lagrangian torus fibrations
(with Egor Shelukhin and Renato Vianna)
arXiv preprint, 2018 [arXiv]
9. String topology with gravitational descendants, and periods of Landau-Ginzburg potentials
arXiv preprint, 2018 [arXiv]
8. From symplectic cohomology to Lagrangian enumerative geometry
Adv. Math. 352:717-776 (2019) [arXiv] [Publication]
7. The wall-crossing formula and Lagrangian mutations
(with James Pascaleff)
arXiv preprint, 2017 [arXiv]
6. Low-area Floer theory and non-displaceability
(with Renato Vianna)
J. Symp. Geom. 16(5) 1409-1454 (2018) [arXiv] [Publication]
5. The closed-open string map for S^1-invariant Lagrangians Algebr. Geom. Topol. 18(1) 15-68 (2018) [arXiv] [Publication]
4. Commuting symplectomorphisms and Dehn twists in divisors Geom. Topol. 19(6) 3345-3403 (2015) [arXiv] [Publication]
3. Nerves of good covers are algorithmically unrecognizable
(with Martin Tancer)
SIAM J. Comput. 42(4) 1697-1719 (2013) [arXiv] [Publication]
2. A simple proof of the geometric fractional monodromy theorem Moscow Univ. Math. Bull. 68(2) 118-121 (2013) [Publication]
1. Embedding 3-manifolds with boundary into closed 3-manifolds Topol. Appl. 158(9) 1157-1162 (2011) [arXiv] [Publication]

Updated 6 July 2019