This is what I do to put pasta on the plate...

 


Renzo Cavalieri
Colorado State University,
Department of Mathematics
Weber Building
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1874
USA
Tel: (970) 491-6283
FAX: (970) 491-2161
Office: Weber 118

Email: renzo@math.colostate.edu


 

My mathematical history
The beginning of the story (semi-serious)

Curriculum Vitae

 


 

 

Research

 

Teaching

 



Activities:

FRAGMENT Seminar (CSU-CU-UW seminar)

WAGS (Western Algebraic Geometry Symposium)

Retrospective workshop in Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry (June 2018)



  I am an editor for the journal Advances in Geometry


Some Research Talks and Lecture Notes:

Compactifications of M_0,n
Mini-course at the Summer School Graduate Workshop at the Program in Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry at the Fields Institute, July 2016.


Hurwitz Theory and the Double Ramification Cycle
Mini-course for the workshop Modern trends in Gromov Witten Theory, Hanover Universitaat, September 2014

 

Wall Crossings for Double Hurwitz Numbers
GW([C^3/Z_3])
Evaluating Tautological Classes Using Only Hurwitz Numbers

A layman point of view on Mirror Symmetry

A look into the mirror I: an overview of Mirror Symmetry.
A look into the mirror II: the quintic.


Orbifold Gromov-Witten Theory:
A mini-course at Sissa (Trieste), for the conference
"From topological strings to integrable hierarchies and back"


Lecture 1: Gromov-Witten theory: basic notions.
Lecture 2: Orbifold Gromov-Witten theory and G-Hodge integrals.
Lecture 3: Givental's formalism and CCIT's work.
Lecture 4: Open orbifold invariants.

Introduction to the Moduli Space of Curves

Notes for a VIGRE mini-course at the University of Utah, May 2010

Notes on Hurwitz Theory and Applications (rough version in progress)

12 hours mini course at IMPA (Rio de Janeiro), January 2010


OUTREACH ACTIVITIES:

International School and Workshop on the Algebro-Geometric Aspects of Projective Varieties, Morelia, Mexico, 2011

Exchange Program with Universidad de Costa Rica, February 2010

Introduction to Moduli Spaces:
A cycle of lectures at Universidad de Costa Rica

Lecture 1: Enumerative Geometry and Moduli Spaces
Lecture 2: Grassmannians and Stable Curves
Lecture 3: Gromov-Witten Theory and Kontsevich's Formula

 

Mini Talks:

Oh The Places You'll Go! (A journey from Physics to Combinatorics)

Where Parallel Lines Meet


Activities past:
Colorado Summer School in Gromov-Witten Theory (June 2014)
Mini Workshop on Affine Manifolds and Mirror Symmetry (May 2008)
Banff Conference "Recent Progress in the Study of the Moduli Space of Curves" (March 2008)
Mini-workshop on D-bundles and Integrable Hierarchies(Spring 2007)
Mini-workshop on the Moduli Spaces of Curves and Gromov-Witten Theory(Spring 2006)

 



 


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