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I am an RTG instructor in the geometry/topology group. I earned my PhD at upenn under the supervision of Jonathan Block. My mathematical interests are in Lie algebroids, complex geometry, Dirac operators, and symplectic geometry/quantization.

My cv can be found here: [cv.pdf].

Publications and preprints

Korman, E., A hyperholomorphic line bundle on certain hyperkahler manifolds not admitting an S^1 symmetry. [arXiv:1507.05951][poster]

Korman, E., Characteristic classes of Higgs bundles and Reznikov's theorem. [springerlink][arXiv:1404.1342]

Korman, E., Symplectic Dolbeault Operators on KΓ€hler Manifolds.
To appear in Annals of Global Analysis and Geometry. [springerlink] [arXiv:1210.0248]

Korman, E. and Sparling, G., Bilinear Forms and Fierz Identities for Real Spin Representations,
Advances in Applied Clifford Algebras June 2012, Volume 22, Issue 2, pp. 329-363. [springerlink] [arXiv:0901.0580]

My thesis was on Lie algebroids, transversely holomorphic foliations, and generalized Higgs bundles.

For the ambitious: [my dissertation].
For the less ambitious: [my defense slides].
For the lazy: [word cloud of my thesis].


Math club talk on interactions between geometry, topology, and analysis: [slides].
VIEWS from ∞: [VIEWS.pdf].

Fall 2016: [m392c (spin geometry)].
Fall 2015: m341. [canvas], [piazza].
Spring 2015: m340l-cs.
Fall 2014: [m361].

Contact information

Office: RLM 11.166
Office hours: Tuesdays 1:30pm-2:30pm, Thursdays 12:30pm-1:30pm.


Some websites I find interesting:
[n-cat cafΓ©]
[not even wrong]
[noncommutative geometry blog]
profile for Eric O. Korman at Mathematics, Q&A for people studying math at any level and professionals in related fields