Samuel Grushevsky

Professor of Mathematics
Stony Brook University3-109 Math Tower, 631-632-8255


CV (in PDF)

Papers, preprints, and talk notes

Teaching

Fall 2017MAT 319Foundations of Analysis
MAT 670Teichmüller dynamics, graduate
Spring 2017MAT 536Complex Analysis I, graduate
Fall 2016MAT 626Teichmüller theory, graduate
Spring 2015MAT 615Abelian varieties, graduate
Fall 2014MAT 319Foundations of Analysis
MAT 590Problem seminar, graduate
Spring 2013MAT 531Geometry/Topology II, graduate
Fall 2012MAT 319Foundations of Analysis
MAT 626Teichmüller theory, graduate
Spring 2012MAT 615Introduction to algebraic geometry, graduate
Fall 2011MAT 260Problem Solving
MAT 545Complex geometry, graduate
Spring 2011MAT 615Multiplier ideal sheaves, graduate
Fall 2010MAT 200Logic, language, and proof
MAT 401Undergrad seminar: representation theory
Spring 2010MAT 615Moduli of curves, graduate
Fall 2009MAT 126Calculus

Teaching at Princeton

Math links

Conference listings: AMS listing, AMCA listing, Ravi Vakil's list

Paper databases: MathScinet, ZentralBlatt, arXiv

Stony Brook Algebraic Geometry

Where to find me

Weekly schedule (with seminar links)

Travel plans

Personal

Photo collection (the photos of people are password-protected; please contact me if you want to see them)

Educational History: Moscow School 57, Independent University of Moscow, Moscow State University, Harvard University.

Places where I traveled and lived.

An archived copy of my old Harvard homepage (including old photos and a resume).

A link to my old Princeton homepage, and ??.


Visitors:

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