Lisa Marquand


Office: 2-115, Mathematics —— —— Email: lisa.marquand[at]stonybrook.edu

My name is Lisa (she/her/hers) and I'm a sixth year PhD student at Stony Brook University. My advisor is Radu Laza.

I am interested in Algebraic Geometry, more specifically birational transformations of Hyperkähler manifolds, in particular those of OG10 type. I also study automorphisms of cubic fourfolds and K3 surfaces, using both geometric and Hodge Theoretic methods.

Here is my CV.

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.


I want to advertise a new monthly inter-university seminar: ENYGMMa (Empowering New York Gender Minority Mathematicians). This is a seminar series for gender minority graduate students and postdocs in mathematics, aiming to facilitate the opportunities for all students through increased visibility of those underrepresented. If this sounds like something you are interested in, join the mailing list!


Fall 2022: I am course instructor for MAT130 Trigonometry and Logarithms.

My virtual office hours are Wednesday 9-10 am, and my in person office hours are Thursday 10-11am. Feel free to email me for the link.