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Dmitry Tonkonog

About me

I 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.


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Fall 2017: Math 185; Spring 2017: 1MA259 Differential Topology at Uppsala.

Brief CV

2017- UC Berkeley, Simons Visiting Assistant Professor. PI: Denis Auroux
2016-2017 Uppsala University, Postdoctoral Researcher. PI: 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

This maths we're in

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
arXiv preprint, 2017 [arXiv]
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., accepted [arXiv]
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]

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Updated 12 June 2018.