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I'm a rising sixth year PhD student in the Department of Mathematics
at the University of Michigan. My advisor is Karen Smith.

My research interests lie in commutative algebra and algebraic geometry. In particular, I like to think about invariants of singularities of algebraic varieties. These include multiplier ideals, log canonical thresholds and jumping numbers in characteristic zero, and test ideals, F-pure thresholds and the F-signature in positive characteristics. Recently, I have also been interested in K-stability and the geometry of Fano varieties.

From January to May 2024, I will be at MSRI participating in the Commutative Algebra program. Starting in July 2024, I will be a postdoc in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Utah.

Office: |
East Hall 2848 |

Email: |
swarajsp (at) umich (dot) edu |

Mailing address: | East Hall |

530 Church St | |

Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1043 |

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