Denis Auroux. In addition to my research I also teach.
With Rafael Saavedra, I'm convening the Trivial Notions seminar for 2022-2023.
Here is my honours thesis, Drinfeld centers for bimodule categories. It was supervised by Professor Scott Morrison at the Australian National University.
At the conclusion of my honours year I gave a colloquium-style talk on some results from the second chapter.
The Stone–von Neumann–Mackey theorem: Quantum mechanics in functional analysis
Rosenberg's reconstruction theorem: A path to noncommutative algebraic geometry
A spectral entrée to the Ergodic theory proper, lightly seasoned with a physical perspective
Why study algebras over functors? Algebras, Monads, and the proof of Beck's monadicity theorem
Noncommutative vector bundles: The Greatest Hits™ of the K-theory of C*-algebras
Monoidal ∞-categories over ∞-operads: Elements of Higher Algebra
Rewrite heuristics and pair exploration for automated theorem proving
Transfers and tom Dieck splitting, via the Wirthmüller isomorphism