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Javier Sendra-Arranz

PhD Student

I am a first year PhD student under the supervision of Daniele Agostini at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences in Leipzig (Germany) working in the Max Planck research group in Algebraic GeometryMy position is jointly supported by the MPI MIS and "La Caixa" Postgraduate Fellowships Abroad.

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About me

I completed my bachelor degree in Mathematics at Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain. Afterwards I moved to Bonn, Germany, where I completed the Master in Mathematics at the University of Bonn. My master thesis is entitled Gromov-Witten theory of elliptic curves and K3 surfaces and it was jointly supervised by Georg Oberdieck and Johannes Schmitt.

Currently, I am a first year PhD student at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in Science (MPI MIS), in the Max Planck research group in Algebraic Geometry, under the supervision of Daniele Agostini. My position is jointly supported by the MPI MIS and "La Caixa Postgraduate Fellowships Abroad".

My research interest lies in the field of Algebraic Geometry from a theoretical, computational or applied point of view. In particular, among others, I am interested in algebraic curves, enumerative geometry, Moduli spaces, Gromov-Witten theory and applications of Algebraic Geometry to game theory.

Publications and Preprints

  1.   Recovery of Plane Curves from Branch Points (2022). Daniele Agostini, Hannah Markwig, Clemens Nollau, Victoria Schleis, Javier Sendra-Arranz, and Bernd Sturmfels. arXiv:2205.11287

  2.   Nash Conditional Independence Curve (2022). Irem Portakal and Javier Sendra-Arranz. arXiv:2206.07000

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