I am a Professor in the
Department of Mathematics
at University of Michigan.
Here is my
My work is in algebraic geometry. Over the past few years I have been involved in a long-term project with Mihnea Popa, studying certain invariants of hypersurface singularities (Hodge ideals) that arise naturally from Saito's theory of mixed Hodge modules. I am interested in general in invariants of singularities of algebraic varieties, such as minimal log discrepancies, log canonical thresholds, multiplier ideals, Bernstein-Sato polynomials, and F-thresholds. Various points of view and techniques come in the picture when studying these invariants: resolutions of singularities, jet schemes, D-modules or positive characteristic methods.
Here is my CV, including a list of publications.
PapersYou can find here my papers on the archive. Here are a few recent ones: