Dmitry TonkonogAbout meI am a Simons Visiting Assistant Professor at UC Berkeley, Department of Mathematics, participating in the Simons Collaboration on Homological Mirror Symmetry. I do research in symplectic geometry and mirror symmetry. Here is the link to my CV. Contact
Email: _tonkonog@berkeley.edu or _tonkonog@gmail.com, where _ should be replaced by d.

In Fall 2017, I am teaching Math 185.
In Spring 2017, I was teaching 1MA259 Differential Topology at Uppsala.
2017  UC Berkeley, Simons Visiting Assistant Professor. PI: Denis Auroux 
20162017  Uppsala University, Postdoctoral Researcher. PI: Tobias Ekholm; funded by the Geometry & Physics project grant from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation. 
20122016  University of Cambridge, PhD student. Supervisor: Ivan Smith 
8.  From symplectic cohomology to Lagrangian enumerative geometry 
arXiv preprint  [arXiv]  
7.  The wallcrossing formula and Lagrangian mutations (with James Pascaleff) 
arXiv preprint  [arXiv]  
6.  Lowarea Floer theory and nondisplaceability (with Renato Vianna) 
J. Symp. Geom., accepted  [arXiv]  
5.  The closedopen string map for S^1invariant Lagrangians  Algebr. Geom. Topol., accepted  [arXiv]  
4.  Commuting symplectomorphisms and Dehn twists in divisors  Geom. Topol. 19(6), 33453403 (2015)  [arXiv]  [Publication] 
3.  Nerves of good covers are algorithmically unrecognizable (with Martin Tancer) 
SIAM J. Comput., 42(4), 16971719 (2013)  [arXiv]  [Publication] 
2.  A simple proof of the geometric fractional monodromy theorem  Moscow Univ. Math. Bull., 68(2), 118121 (2013)  [Publication]  
1.  Embedding 3manifolds with boundary into closed 3manifolds  Topol. Appl., 158(9), 11571162 (2011)  [arXiv]  [Publication] 
Each convex mirror shall have permanently and indelibly marked at the lower edge of the mirror's reflective surface, in letters not less than 4.8 mm nor more than 6.4 mm high the words "Objects In Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear."
Updated 11 Nov 2017.