I am a postdoctoral fellow at the LAGA institute of Université Sorbonne Paris Nord. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sk łodowska-Curie grant agreement No 1010342555.
Previously, I was a postdoctoral researcher at the Freie Universität Berlin and Michigan State University. I earned my PhD at Wayne State University under the direction of Andrew Salch.
I study interactions between algebraic topology, arithmetic and geometry. Specifically, I am interested invariants of ring spectra, such as algebraic K-theory and Hochschild homology, as well as chromatic, equivariant, and motivic homotopy theory.
In addition to my research activity, I have had the opportunity to teach a broad range of courses, mentor research projects and theses, and organize several conferences and seminars. For a more detailed description of my activities see my CV.
Our AIM SQuaRE proposal on "Deformations of equviariant homotopy theory" has received funding. Mark Behrens, Eva Belmont, Maxwell Johnson, Hana Kong, and I will meet in San Jose in February to work on our project.
University Email: angelini-knoll (at math dot univ-paris13 dot fr)
Personal Email: gabe.angelini.knoll (at gmail dot com)
Department of Mathematics
Université Sorbonne Paris Nord
99 av. JB Clément
European Women in Mathematics, Association for Women in Mathematics, Spectra, Algebraic Topology Journals, Online Research Seminars, MathMeetings, K-theory Calender
C. Ausoni, M. Behrens, E. Belmont, D. Culver, T. Gerhardt, J. Hahn, M. Hill, E. Höning, H. Kong, M. Merling, M. Péroux, J.D. Quigley, A. Salch, J. Rognes, D. Wilson