These are the things I have written over the past few years, all preprints are on the arXiv.

Papers

Published

  1. Embeddings of algebras in derived categories of surfaces, joint with Theo Raedschelders (arXiv:1501.04197),
    published as Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, volume 145, number 7, 2017, pages 2757–2770
  2. The point variety of quantum polynomial rings, joint with Kevin De Laet and Lieven Le Bruyn (arXiv:1509.07312),
    published as Journal of Algebra, volume 463, 2016, pages 10–22
  3. Derived categories of noncommutative quadrics and Hilbert squares, joint with Theo Raedschelders (arXiv:1605.02795),
    published as IMRN, volume 2020, issue 19, pages 6042–6069
  4. Relative tensor triangular Chow groups for coherent algebras, joint with Sebastian Klein (arXiv:1607.03423),
    published as Journal of Algebra, volume 487, 2017, pages 386–428
  5. Hochschild cohomology of noncommutative planes and quadrics (arXiv:1705.06098),
    published as Journal of Noncommutative Geometry, volume 13, 2019, pages 769–795
  6. Constructing noncommutative surfaces with exceptional collections of length 4, joint with Dennis Presotto (arXiv:1705.06943),
    published as Journal of the London Mathematical Society, volume 98, 2018, pages 85–103
  7. Examples violating Golyshev's canonical strip hypothesis, joint with Sergey Galkin and Swarnava Mukhopadhyay (arXiv:1806.07648, see also the related repositories canonical-strip-moduli-of-vector-bundles and ehrhart-polynomials-toric-fanos)
    published online ahead of print in Experimental Mathematics
  8. Admissible subcategories in derived categories of moduli of vector bundles on curves, joint with Swarnava Mukhopadhyay (arXiv:1807.00216)
    published as Advances in Mathematics, volume 351, 2019, pages 653–675
  9. Hilbert squares: derived categories and deformations, joint with Lie Fu and Theo Raedschelders (arXiv:1810.11873)
    published as Selecta Mathematica, volume 25, 2019, paper 37
  10. Automorphisms of Hilbert schemes of points on surfaces, joint with Georg Oberdieck and Jørgen Vold Rennemo (arXiv:1907.07064)
    published as Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, volume 373 (9), 2020, pages 6139–6156
  11. Derived categories of the Cayley plane and the coadjoint Grassmannian in type F, joint with Alexander Kuznetsov and Maxim Smirnov (arXiv:2005.01989)
    published online ahead of print in Transformation Groups

Accepted for publication

  1. Derived categories of (nested) Hilbert schemes, joint with Andreas Krug (arXiv:1909.04321)
    accepted for publication in Michigan Mathematical Journal
  2. Projectivity of the moduli space of vector bundles on a curve, joint with Jarod Alper, Daniel Bragg, Jason Liang and Tuomas Tajakka (expository article, preprint will be available soon)
    accepted for publication in SPEC: Stacks Project Expository Collection

Preprints

  1. Comparison of two constructions of noncommutative surfaces with exceptional collections of length 4, joint with Dennis Presotto and Michel Van den Bergh (arXiv:1811.08810)

    We will retitle this to "The Hirzebruch isomorphism for exotic noncommutative surfaces".

  2. Hochschild cohomology of generalised Grassmannians, joint with Maxim Smirnov (arXiv:1911.09414)
  3. Moduli spaces of semiorthogonal decompositions in families, joint with Shinnosuke Okawa and Andrea Ricolfi (arXiv:2002.03303)
  4. Derived categories of standard flips and cubic hypersurfaces, joint with Lie Fu and Theo Raedschelders (arXiv:2002.04940)
  5. Indecomposability of derived categories in families, joint with Francesco Bastianelli, Shinnosuke Okawa and Andrea Ricolfi (arXiv:2007.00994)
  6. Graph potentials and topological quantum field theories, joint with Sergey Galkin and Swarnava Mukhopadhyay (arXiv:2009.05568)
  7. Polyvector fields for Fano 3-folds, joint with Enrico Fatighenti and Fabio Tanturri (arxiv:2104.07626)
  8. Graph potentials and symplectic geometry of moduli of vector bundles, joint with Sergey Galkin and Swarnava Mukhopadhyay (to be split off from arXiv:2009.05568, preprint available soon)
  9. Motivic, orthogonal and semiorthogonal decompositions of moduli of vector bundles, joint with Sergey Galkin and Swarnava Mukhopadhyay (to be split off from arXiv:2009.05568)
  10. A combinatorial non-abelian Torelli theorem, joint with Sergey Galkin and Swarnava Mukhopadhyay, preprint available soon

Other publications

  1. Semiorthogonal decompositions for moduli of sheaves on curves, Oberwolfach Reports 24/2018, Oberwolfach Workshop 1822, Interactions between Algebraic Geometry and Noncommutative Algebra, pages 1473–1476
  2. appendix "Comparing definitions of Hochschild cohomology for algebraic stacks" to The Hochschild cohomology ring of a global quotient orbifold, by Cris Negron and Travis Schedler (arXiv:1809.08715)
    published as Advances in Mathematics, volume 364, 2020
  3. How do semiorthogonal decompositions behave in families?, Oberwolfach Reports 19/2020, Oberwolfach Workshop 2029, Algebraic Geometry: Moduli Spaces, Birational Geometry and Derived Aspects, pages 985–989

Lecture notes

  1. Stratification of triangulated categories, notes for the lecture series by Henning Krause at the summer school on derived categories in Nantes (with corrections by Henning Krause, thanks!)
  2. My lecture series on Grothendieck duality for ANAGRAMS, as a single set of notes, or separately:
    1. Riemann–Roch theorem and Serre duality, notes for the first lecture
    2. More on Riemann–Roch and Serre duality, with applications, notes for the second lecture
    3. Derived categories and Grothendieck duality, notes for the third lecture
    4. Sketches of some of the proofs, notes for the fourth lecture
  3. Hochschild (co)homology, and the Hochschild–Kostant–Rosenberg decomposition, lecture notes for Advanced Topics in Algebra, a course from 2018 at the University of Bonn (to be expanded in the future)

For a broader audience

  1. Het Stacks project, (pdf),

    published as Nieuw Archief voor Wiskunde (5) 21 (2020), no. 3, 167–173

  2. Curating Online Mathematical Resources,

    published as Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 69, number 9, pages 1524–1527

Not intended for publication

  1. Segre symbols (short note defining Segre symbols as a method of classifying base loci of pencils of quadric hypersurfaces, which seems to have been of interest to some)
  2. Artin–Schelter regular algebras versus smooth projective varieties (short note, possibly to be extended at some point)

Editorial work

  1. SPEC: Stacks Project Expository Collection, to be published by Cambridge University Press in the London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series

Non-mathematical writing

  1. The fugue and the guitar (in Dutch)

Reviews

I have written reviews for

Some other notes

You might also be interested in my blog, where various things that could also have been pdf's are written in html. The notes that are listed in what follows are less polished or less important (which is a vague opinion anyway) than the ones listed above as lecture notes or not intended for publication, or they are purely of expository and standard nature.

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