Eamon Quinlan-Gallego

Email: eamon.quinlan@utah.edu
Office: JWB 209

I am an NSF-funded postdoc in the Department of Mathematics of the University of Utah. Before that I was a graduate student at University of Michigan, where my advisor was Karen Smith. I got my undergraduate degree from the University of Glasgow, with a one year exchange at the National University of Singapore. I am from El Escorial, in Spain.

You can see my CV here, last updated on September 2022.

 

Research: I am interested in rings of differential operators and their applications to commutative algebra and algebraic geometry. In particular, I have been studying positive-characteristic analogues of Bernstein-Sato polynomials and the structure of rings of differential operators on singular algebras.

Reading seminar: On Fall 2022, I am organizing a reading seminar on the Bhatt-Lurie Riemann-Hilbert correspondence in positive characteristic. If you are interested in joining please send me an email.

Notes: All comments welcome and appreciated!

Teaching:

Thesis template: Angus Chung and I developed a thesis template for LaTeX which is compatible with the requirements of the Rackham Graduate School, to which Yifeng Huang made later improvements. You can find the most up-to-date version of the template (as of April 2022) here. The template has a few shortcomings, which are detailed in the README file. If you find a way to overcome them or otherwise improve the template, please let me know!

The opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed here are mine and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.