Research in geometry at CU Boulder comprises of algebraic geometry, differential geometry and noncommutative geometry.
Our focus in algebraic geometry is on moduli of curves, Picard groups, abelian varieties, logarithmic geometry, deformation theory. In differential geometry, the research centers around the applications of differential geometry to the study of differential equations arising both in geometry and analysis. In noncommutative geometry we study index theory, (co)homological methods and deformation theory.
|Sebastian Casalaina-Martin||algebraic geometry|
|Jeanne Clelland||differential geometry, partial differential equations|
|Magdalena Czubak||differential geometry, partial differential equations|
|Alexander Gorokhovsky||noncommutative geometry, Index theory|
|Jonathan Wise||algebraic geometry|
|Jeff Achter (2023-2024)||arithmetic geometry|
|Charles Vial (Fall 2023)||algebraic geometry|