Franco Vargas Pallete Department of Mathematics Yale University New Haven, CT 06511, USA Office: 207 LOM Email: [My first name] DOT [My TWO last names] AT yale DOT edu Curriculum Vitae |
I am a Minerva Research Foundation Member of the Special Year on Variational Methods in Geometry at the Institute for Advanced Study. I was a graduate student in Mathematics at the University of California, Berkeley, where I received my PhD in May 2018. My advisor was Ian Agol.
My interests are Geometry and Topology. I passed my qual on March 20, 2014. Here is the transcript of what I was asked.
I also graduated from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú in 2011 with a BA . I am originally from Lima, Perú.
In Summer 2018 I lead a research group for a Research Experience for Undergraduates, focusing on Fundamental Domains of Hyperbolic 3-manifolds.
Starting Fall 2019 I will be a Gibbs Assistant Professor at Yale University. I will be teaching MATH 310 (Introduction to Complex Analysis) and MATH 732 (Minimal and CMC Surfaces in Hyperbolic 3-Manifolds).
Upper bounds on Renormalized Volume for Schottky groups (arxiv)
A differential form approach to the genus of Open Riemann surfaces (j. with Jesus Zapata Samanez) (arxiv)
Embedded Delaunay triangulations for point clouds of surfaces in R^3 (arxiv)
Additive continuity of the renormalized volume under geometric limits (arxiv)
Continuity of the renormalized volume under geometric limits (arxiv)
Local convexity of renormalized volume for rank-1 cusped manifolds (arxiv)
Hyperbolic groups with few linear representations (A non-published argument of William Thurston)
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