Adrian Brunyate

Department of Mathematics

Stony Brook University

Stony Brook, NY 11794

Office: 4119 Math Tower

Email: brunyate(at)gmail(dot)com

I'm a NSF postdoctoral fellow attached to the Math Department at the Stony Brook.

I study algebraic geometry, specifically moduli theory, with Valery Alexeev. My current work involves studying a compactification of the moduli of elliptic K3 surfaces, with section. My papers:

- (With V. Alexeev) Extending Torelli map to toroidal compactifications of Siegel space.
- (With UGA VIGRE algebra group) First cohomology for finite groups of Lie type: simple modules with small dominant weights.
- (With P.L. Clark) Quadratic reciprocity in abstract number rings.

I'm currently teaching Logic, Language, and Proof (MAT 200) at Stony Brook. The course web page is here.

At UGA, I previously taught Precalcuus Math 1113. You can find documents relating to the course here.

Before that, I taught MATH 2250, Calculus I and another MATH 1113 section. The course web pages are here and here.

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