Department of Mathematics Work address:
University of Connecticut
341 Mansfield Road
Storrs, CT 06268
Contact: Office: MONT 323
E-mail: mihai.fulger[AT no spam]uconn.edu
This is my first year as Assistant Professor in Mathematics, a tenure track prosition in the
Department of Mathematics of the University of Connecticut.
My area of research is algebraic geometry. I am interested in questions about positivity for numerical cycle classes of arbitrary
(co)dimension, but also in asymptotic cohomology invariants, mostly for divisors.
Seshadri constants for curve classes (2017), preprint Positive cones of numerical cycle classes, Bull. Math. Soc. Sci. Math.
Roumanie (2017), in collection: honorary volume dedicated to Dorin Popescu
on the occasion of his 70th birthday
(with B. Lehmann),
Zariski decompositions of numerical cycle classes J. Algebraic Geom. (2017) (with B. Lehmann),
Positive cones of dual cycle classes Algebr. Geom. (2017) (with B. Lehmann),
Kernels of numerical pushforwards Adv. Geom. (2017) (with J. Kollár and B. Lehmann),
Volumes and Hilbert function of R-divisors Michigan Math. J. (2016) (with B. Lehmann),
Morphisms and faces of pseudo-effective cones Proc. Lond. Math. Soc. (2016) (with D. Schmitz),
Newton-Okounkov bodies and complexity functions, C. R. Math. Acad. Sci. Paris (2016) (with X. Zhou),
Asymptotic Schur decomposition of Veronese syzygy functors Math. Ann. (2015)
Local volumes on normal algebraic varieties Ann. Inst. Fourier (2013)
The cones of effective cycles on projective bundles over curves Math.Z. (2011) (with M. Marchitan) Some splitting criteria on Hirzebruch surfaces, Bull. Math.Soc. Sci. Math. Roumaine (2011)