Samuel Stark

ETH Zürich, HG J43
samuel.stark@math.ethz.ch
(photo, with myself in the top right corner)

I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at ETH Zürich, mentored by Rahul Pandharipande.
I received my PhD from Imperial College, where I was supervised by Richard Thomas.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Algebraic geometry (broadly construed), especially the intersection theory of moduli spaces.

PAPERS

2021 — On the Quot scheme \( \mathrm{Quot}^{l}_{\mathrm{S}}(\mathscr{E}) \)
2021 — Cosection localisation and the Quot scheme \( \mathrm{Quot}^{l}_{\mathrm{S}}(\mathscr{E}) \)

INVITED RESEARCH TALKS

9/3/2022 — University of Cambridge, Algebraic geometry seminar (notes)
1/9/2021 — ETH Zürich, Algebraic geometry and moduli seminar
21/5/2021 — Alfréd Rényi Institute, Algebraic Geometry and Differential Topology Seminar
16/3/2021 — University of Oxford, Geometry and Analysis Seminar (slides)

NOTES

(from years gone by)
2019 — The ordinary double point
2019 — Homological mirror symmetry for quartic surfaces
2018 — Spectral sequences
2015 (?) — The Malgrange-Ehrenpreis theorem

LINKS

Math-Science Literature Lecture Series
Zoom Algebraic Geometry Seminar
Intercontinental Moduli and Algebraic Geometry Zoominar