Roberto Albesiano

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I am a third-year PhD student at Stony Brook University. I am mainly interested in Complex and Algebraic Geometry. My advisor is Dror Varolin.

I am originally from Alassio, a lovely town on the North-West coast of Italy. Before joining Stony Brook University, I got a Bachelor's degree in Physics and a Master's degree in Mathematics at the University of Padua. While there, I was also a student at the Galilean School of Higher Education.

This year, I am co-organizing the American Graduate Student Algebraic Geometry Seminar (AGSAGS), a virtual seminar by and for algebraic geometry graduate students, together with Samir Canning, Lena Ji, Jennifer Li and Aline Zanardini. The goal of the seminar is for graduate students to share their research through online talks and to provide an algebraic geometry graduate networking system. Grad students, postdocs, and professors are all welcome to attend!


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Research

I am mainly interested in Complex and Algebraic Geometry. For my Master's thesis, I have also been working in Geometric Analysis.

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Teaching

I am currently a TA for two sections of Precalculus (MAT 123).

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Contacts

My office is in Math Tower, 2-122.
My office hours are Tu 9:00-10:00am and my MLC hours are Tu 12:30am-2:30pm. I am also available on appointment.

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