Postdoc at the University of Münster, Germany from July 2011.
From August 2007 till June 2011 I was a graduate student at the University of California, Berkeley under the supervision of Peter Teichner.
Research interests: functorial field theory, quantization, differential homotopy theory, motives, chromotopy, von Neumann algebras.
Email: pavlov[remove this text]@math.berkeley.edu.
A list of invited talks I have given. A complete list of talks is also available.
Also available on arXiv.
Algebraic tensor products and internal homs of noncommutative Lp-spaces. TeX, DVI, PostScript, PDF, arXiv.
(with Stephan Stolz and Peter Teichner) Differential cohomology via smooth topological field theories. Preliminary draft (please do not redistribute): PDF.
(with Daniel Berwick-Evans and Pedro Boavida de Brito) Concordance theory of homotopy sheaves. Preliminary draft: PDF.
(with Daniel Berwick-Evans and Pedro Boavida de Brito) K-theory as the classifying space of 1|1-dimensional Euclidean field theories. Preliminary draft: PDF.
(with Jakob Scholbach) Strictification of commutative ring spectra in model categories. Preliminary draft: PDF.
(with Jakob Scholbach) Higher algebraic cobordism groups. In preparation.
(with Daniel Berwick-Evans) Two-dimensional Yang-Mills theory and its quantization as a local functorial geometric field theory. In preparation.
Noncommutative Lp-spaces of W*-categories and their applications to Lp-modules. Preliminary draft: PDF.
Jones index as a bicategorical trace. Preliminary draft: PDF.
Tomita-Takesaki theory via modular algebras. In preparation.
In Spring 2011 I took notes for a course by Peter Teichner on the Atiyah-Singer index theorem.
Notes of Spring 2010 Physics for Topologists Seminar at UC Berkeley.
Classification of irreducible representations of Heisenberg groups and algebras, notes of a talk given on December 11, 2007 at QFT Mini Conference at UC Berkeley: TeX, DVI, PostScript, PDF.
Notes from Michael Hutchings' Spring 2008 course on Floer theory at UC Berkeley: TeX, DVI, PostScript, PDF.
Notes from Tsit-Yuen Lam's Fall 2007 course on finite group representation theory at UC Berkeley: TeX, DVI, PostScript, PDF.
Ancient history: I passed my Ph.D. qualifying examination on August 25, 2008. Syllabus: TeX, DVI, PostScript, PDF. Transcript: TeX, DVI, PostScript, PDF.
Scans of papers by other authors.
jpegtopdf and jbig2topdf, programs to assemble a bunch of JPEG/JBIG2 files into a PDF file. The latter was used to produce the bilevel PDF files available under the link above.
monitor, a Linux program that monitors a given file and runs a specified command whenever it is modified, moved, or deleted.
Macros for Knuth's TeX system.