Location: New York City
My name is Emilio Minichiello, I am a math PhD student at the CUNY Graduate Center, and my advisor is Mahmoud Zeinalian.
I also work part time at Conexus AI doing research related to categorical database theory.
My work during my PhD has been at the intersection of Differential Geometry, Homotopy Theory and Category Theory. My focus has been on studying diffeological spaces using higher stacks.
You can reach me best at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Jan 18, 2024
|Posted new preprint to the arxiv – The Diffeological Cech-de Rham Obstruction
|Oct 26, 2023
|Gave a talk at the NYC Category Theory Seminar. Can find the video recording here.
|Jun 8, 2023
|Gave an talk at the Topology, Geometry and Physics Seminar about diffeological spaces and the obstruction to the Cech deRham isomorphism in diffeology.
|Apr 19, 2023
|Gave a talk at Queensborough Community College Math Seminar about a Mathematical Model of Package Management Systems.
|Apr 10, 2023
|Visited coauthor Manuel Rivera at Purdue University. Talked in his class on Category Theory and Simplicial Methods about convenient categories of topological spaces. Gave a talk on Diffeological spaces at Topolodays the Purdue University Topology Student Seminar.