Email: fgreer "at" scgp.stonybrook.edu
Office: Simons Center 512
I am currently an RTG Postdoctoral Fellow with a joint appointment at
Stony Brook University and the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics.
From September 2020 to July 2021, I will be a Member at the Institute for
Starting in August 2021, I will be the Van Haften Assistant Professor at
I received my Ph.D. from Stanford University in 2017 under the direction
of Jun Li. My research interests include enumerative algebraic geometry,
modular forms, Hodge theory, and moduli spaces of Calabi-Yau varieties.
- Cycle valued quasi-modular forms on genus 0 Kontsevich
spaces. In preparation.
- Baily-Borel and GIT models for the moduli space of
degree 6 K3 surfaces (with R. Laza, Z. Li, F. Si, and Z. Tian). In
- Nodal elliptic curves on K3 surfaces (with N. Chen and
R. Yang). [arxiv]
- A Lagrangian sphere which is not a vanishing cycle.
Inventiones Mathematicae 219 (2020),
- Quasi-modular forms from mixed Noether-Lefschetz
theory. Advances in Mathematics 355 (2019),
- Modular forms from Noether-Lefschetz theory.
Submitted (2018). [arxiv]
- Picard groups on moduli of K3 surfaces with Mukai
models (with Z. Li and Z. Tian). International
Mathematics Research Notices 16 (2015), 7238-7257. [arxiv]
- Spring 2020 - MAT 615: Intersection Theory in Algebraic Geometry.
- Fall 2019 - MAT 211: Introduction to Linear Algebra.
- Spring 2019 - MAT 211: Introduction to Linear Algebra.
- Fall 2018 - MAT 211: Introduction to Linear Algebra.
- Spring 2018 - MAT 123: Precalculus.
- Fall 2017 - MAT 126: Calculus B.
- August 2019 - Co-organizer of "Graduate Summer School on the
Geometry and Modular Representation Theory of Algebraic Groups." [webpage]
- 2017-18 - Social chair of the Stony Brook Algebraic Geometry