Payman Eskandari
I am a postdoctoral fellow in mathematics at the University of Toronto, working with Kumar Murty.
CV
email: payman@math.utoronto.ca
Research
Transcendental algebraic geometry and Hodge theory, interplay with number theory. Research Statement
Publications
(Note that the published versions might be slightly different from the versions posted here.)
- On the Mumford-Tate group of a mixed Hodge structure with two weights (with Kumar Murty), submitted pdf
- On the harmonic volume of Fermat curves (with Kumar Murty), submitted pdf
- Algebraic cycles and the mixed Hodge structure on the fundamental group of a punctured curve, Math. Annalen, Vol. 375, pp 1665-1719 (2019) https://doi.org/10.1007/s00208-018-1760-2 pdf
- Quadratic periods of meromorphic forms on punctured Riemann surfaces , in Geometry, Algebra, Number Theory, and Their Information Technology Applications, edited by A. Akbary and S. Gun, Springer Proceedings in Mathematics and Statistics, Vol. 251, 2018, pages 183-205 pdf
- An integrable connection on the configuration space of a Riemann surface of positive genus, CRAS Mathematique, Vol 356, n° 3, pages 312-315 (2018), DOI : 10.1016/j.crma.2018.02.003 pdf
Thesis
Algebraic Cycles, Fundamental Group of a Punctured Curve, and Applications in Arithmetic, PhD thesis, 2016 pdf
Teaching
Fall 2019: MAT334 Complex Variables (run through Quercus)
Past Courses (all at U of T)
- Summer 2019: MAT135 Calculus I
- Winter 2019: MAT247 Algebra II course webpage
- Fall 2018: MAT301 Groups and Symmetries course webpage
- Summer 2018: MAT224 Linear Algebra II
- Winter 2018: MAT315 Intro to Number Theory
- Fall 2017: MAT327 Intro to Topology
- Winter 2017: MAT301 Groups and Symmetries
- Fall 2016: MAT224 Linear Algebra II
- Summer 2016: MAT401 Polynomial Equations and Fields
- Summer 2016: MAT224 Linear Algebra II (Mississauga campus)
- Winter 2016: MAT315 Intro to Number Theory (Mississauga campus)
- Fall 2015: MAT224 Linear Algebra II
- Summer 2015: MAT334 Complex Variables
- Winter 2015: MAT315 Intro to Number Theory (Mississauga campus)