Matthew Satriano
Post-Doc Assistant Professor NSF Fellow at Michigan
Office: 4827 East Hall
Contact: my last name at [umich].edu
Research interests
Algebraic geometry, invariant theory, Hodge theory, toric geometry, log geometry.
Application material
Research Statement
CV
Publications and Preprints
The Chevalley-Shephard-Todd Theorem for Finite Linearly Reductive Group Schemes
Algebra and Number Theory 6-1 (2012), 1-26.
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On a notion of ''Galois closure'' for extensions of rings
(with M. Bhargava)
Journal of the European Mathematical Society, to appear.
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de Rham Theory for Tame Stacks and Schemes with Linearly Reductive Singularities
Annales de l'Institut Fourier, to appear.
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Canonical Artin Stacks over Log Smooth Schemes
Mathematische Zeitschrift, to appear.
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Logarithmic Geometry and Moduli
(with D. Abramovich, Q. Chen, D. Gillam, Y. Huang, M. Olsson, and S. Sun)
Handbook of Moduli, Farkas and Morrison (eds), to appear.
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There is no degree map for 0-cycles on Artin stacks
(with D. Edidin and A. Geraschenko)
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On the Birational Nature of Lifting
(with C. Liedtke)
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Torus Quotients as Global Quotients by Finite Groups
(with A. Geraschenko)
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Chow Quotients of Toric Varieties as Moduli of Stable Log Maps
(with Q. Chen)
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Toric Stacks I: The Theory of Stacky Fans
(with A. Geraschenko)
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Toric Stacks II: Intrinsic Characterization of Toric Stacks
(with A. Geraschenko)
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Teaching
Fall 2012: I am teaching Math 217. See ctools for course information.
Spring 2011: I taught
Math 186
.
Fall 2010: I taught
Math 214
with Elizabeth Wulcan.