Nawaz Sultani

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I am a sixth-year math graduate student at the University of Michigan, where my advisors are Aaron Pixton, Felix Janda, and Yongbin Ruan. I'm interested in enumerative algebraic geometry, mostly focused on Gromov-Witten theory. My current projects revolve around orbifold Gromov-Witten Theory, especially cases where Quantum Lefschetz fails. Here is a twenty minute talk given at the Fall 2021 AGNES about my recent projects.

Before coming to Michigan, I did my undergraduate degree at Columbia University.


Computing Gromov-Witten Invariants of Non-Convex Complete Intersections in Weighted Projective Space, In preparation
F. Janda, N. Sultani, Y. Zhou

The Stack of Admissible Covers is Algebraic. To appear in Spec: Stacks Project Expository Collection
E. Corniani, N. Deshmukh, B. Nasserden, E. Reinecke, N. Sultani, R. Webb

Reeb Dynamics of the Link of the A_n Singularity,
L. Abbrescia, J. Nelson, I. Huq-Kuruvilla, N. Sultani

Contact Information

Office: East Hall 4836
Email: sultani (at) umich (dot) edu