Eduardo González

Eduardo

I am an Associate professor here at UMASS Boston. My areas of research are in Symplectic and Algebraic geometries with some influence by theoretical physics. I work on gauged GW theory, classification problems of hamiltonian symplectic actions and some aspects of Mirror symmetry. My research has been generously supported by the NSF-DMS.


Publications here.
Contact:
Office: Science 3-093 
Phone: (617) 287-6470 
Email: eduardo(-you-know-what-to-put-here-)math.umb.edu
Mailing Address:
Department of Mathematics
UMASS Boston
100 William T. Morrissey Boulevard
Boston MA 02125
United States
I am visiting MIT on spring 2015. If you truly need to leave a message, use my Google voice: (617) 4669254. I am a co-organiser of the mathematics Colloquium at UMB.

Teaching: If you are a student please refer to the syllabus for the class webpage, it might be either in blackboard.
Mentoring: In the past three years I have worked with students in summer research projects. If you are interested in a summer research project, please let me know.

Workshop and conference organiser: I am a co-orgaiser of the BIRS-Casa Matematica Oaxaca https://www.birs.ca/events/2019/5-day-workshops/19w5171 workshop. Please let me know if you are interested in attending (especially if you are a student and or early career mathematician).

I am a co-organiser of the session current trends in symplectic geometry and topology. at the third PRIMA (http://primamath.org/) congress.

I am a co-organiser of the Geometry Workshop Geometry Workshop at Colima, 2015.

I am a co-organiser of the special session Advances in Symplectic Geometry and Topology at the first edition of the Mathematical Congress of the Americas 2013. The session is generously supported by an NSF grant. The link above contains information about the session, funding and such.

I am a co-organiser for the workshop Equivariant Gromov-Witten Theory and Applications at the Simons Centre for Geometry and Physics.

For all those students who approach me regarding opportunities:

Resources for under-represented groups in mathematics and sciences:
I am a member of the Society for the Advancement of Chicano, Hispanics and Native Americans in the Sciences, which has great Opportunities for students.
Here is an MAA link with information about support for under-represented groups. http://www.maa.org/programs/underrepresented-groups/summa
http://www.math.buffalo.edu/mad/madlinks.html