Lisa Marquand


Office: 5-125B, Mathematics —— —— Email: lisa.marquand[at]stonybrook.edu

I'm a third year PhD student at Stony Brook University. I am interested in Algebraic Geometry, more specifically Moduli Spaces, deformation theory, Calabi-Yau manifolds, cubic surfaces and birational geometry. My advisor is Radu Laza.

I am originally from Guernsey, a small English Island off of the coast of France. You may have heard of The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. Before coming to Stony Brook, I studied at the University of Edinburgh.

This year, I am an organiser for Géométrie Algébrique en Liberté, also known as GAeL, an annual workshop organized by and for young algebraic geometers. If you are interested, apply here, or get in touch.

Here is my CV.

This Spring I am a TA for MAT 312/ AMS 351 Applied Algebra, as well as the grader for MAT 535 Algebra II.

My office hours are Thursday 10-11am, and MLC Hours Monday 1-3pm.