C.V. (last updated in 2019)
Difficult to find.
Algebraic topology conferences.
Operator algebra conferences.
Mathematical physics conferences.
Teaching and seminars.
As an effort to raise people's attention on the issue of climate change (and the responsibility that we all share
as frequent conference-goers) and illustrate the possibility of alternative conference formats,
I have recently organised a couple of double conferences.
A double conference is a more eco-friendly format (less air traveling!) where the event takes place is two different locations,
connected by live video stream.
blue = on the ArXiv.
pink = not on the ArXiv.
Sphere eversion: a picture-proof, a formal proof in Globular, and a picture of the formal proof.
A fusion category generated by two objects, related to the Dynkin diagrams D10 and E7.
A picture of the ring structure of tmf at p = 2,
and a survey on π*(tmf) and on the
Adams spectral sequence for tmf.
Here's a list of typos
and comments for A. Wassermann's article Operator algebras and conformal field theory.
From 2004 to 2007, I organized the first four Talbot workshops,
Here's a pdf of a non-final version of my book on TMF, jointly edited with Chris Douglas,
and Michael Hill.
In August 2010, I ran a workshop on
Operator algebras and conformal field theory (i.e. conformal nets).
Many years ago, I was a post-doc at Münster, in the topology group of Wolfgang Lück.
Some notes on CW-orbispaces,
and some on orbivariant K-theory.
Here's a one page handout on stacks.
Before, I was a grad student of Mike Hopkins at MIT.
A picture of the subalgebra A(2) of the Steenrod algebra.
I was also a grad student of Allen Knutson at Berkeley.
Even before, I was an undergraduate in Geneva.