Members of the group (by alphabetical order)
Links to the webpages of the members are given by clicking on the names.
|2010-||Associate professor||Cremona groups, birational geometry, affine algebraic geometry, real algebraic geometry|
|2014-||PhD Student||Complements of curves in the projective and affine plane.|
|2017-||Post-doc||Cremona groups, geometric group theory, Voronoi cells|
|2016-||PhD Student||Singularities of plane curves|
|2017-||PhD Student||Curves in the projective space|
|2017-||Post-doc||Affine geometry, algebra, birational geometry|
Former PhD students (by chronological order)
|Years||Name||Current position||Title of PhD and articles written during it|
Subgroups of Cremona groups|
On homomorphisms between Cremona groups.
Ann. Institut Fourier (to appear)
Remarks on the degree growth of birational transformations.
Math. Res. Lett. (to appear)
|2013-16||Maîtresse de conférences|
(University of Angers)
|Compositions and relations in the Cremona groups|
The abelianisation of the real Cremona group.
Duke Mathematical Journal (to appear)
Topologies of the Cremona groups (with J. Blanc).
Amer. Journal of Math. (to appear)
Infinite algebraic subgroups of the real Cremona group (with M. Robayo).
Osaka J. of Math. (to appear)
The decomposition group of a line (with I. Heden).
Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 145 (2017), no. 9, 3665-3680.
The Cremona group is compactly presented.
J. London Math. Soc. 93, no. 1 (2016), 25-46.
|2010-14||Birational diffeomorphisms of the sphere of finite order|
Prime order birational diffeomorphisms of the sphere.
Ann. Sc. Norm. Super. Pisa Cl. Sci. (5) 16 (2016), no. 3, 909-970.
Former other members of the group (by chronological order)
|2016-17||Maîtresse de conférences|
(University of Poitiers)
|Birational geometry, foliations.|
(University of Düsseldorf)
|2015-16||Maître de conférences|
(University of La Rochelle)
|Affine algebraic geometry.|
(University of Warwick)
|Affine algebraic geometry. Birational geometry.|
|2011-13||Maîtresse de conférences|
(University of Paris 7)
|Cremona groups. Foliatons.|
(University of Loughborough)