Michael Groechenig
        Assistant Professor
            Curriculum Vitae
            On the arxiv
            Research overview

I'm interested in problems in algebraic and arithmetic geometry related to: Higgs bundles, p-adic or motivic integration, algebraic K-theory and adèles. My work aims to import methods from number theory to approach problems in geometry.
I'm an assistant professor at the University of Toronto. Previously I was a Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellow in the group of Hélène Esnault at FU Berlin. Before that I was a Chapman fellow at Imperial College, and before that I was Tamas Hausel's student at the University of Oxford.
A summary of my research can be found here.


Teaching/Notes: Algebraic stacks (TCC) Complex manifolds Adelic methods in geometry (with O. Braunling). De Rham epsilon factors. Algebraic geometry: arithmetic techniques.

This website has been plagiarized from Tom Coates.