Before that I completed B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Mathematics at the Federal University of Paraná (UFPR) in Brazil.
You can find a copy of my CV here (last updated August 2021).
Ouro Preto, Brazil - January 2020
My research interests lie at the interface of Birational Geometry and Moduli Theory. I am also generally interested in algebraic and topological invariants of singularities.
A unifying theme in my research has been the study of the geometry of genus one fibrations, mostly in dimensions two and three.
Groups, Arithmetic & Algebraic Geometry Seminar, EPFL, November 2021 (upcoming)
Seminar Algebra and Geometry, University of Basel, November 2021 (upcoming)
Algebra, geometry and number theory seminar, Leiden University, October 2021 (upcoming)
AGNES Showcase, Boston College, October 2021 (upcoming, online)
Second ECOS-ANID workshop in Algebraic Geometry (Online), July 2021
Columbia Algebraic Geometry seminar, Columbia University (Online), May 2021 .
Algebra seminar, University of Groningen (Online), May 2021 .
FRAGMENT seminar (Online), March 2021.
Seminario di algebra e geometria, Università di Bologna (Online), March 2021 .
Algebra and Algebraic Geometry Seminar, University of Washington (Online), February 2021.
Algebra Seminar, Rutgers University (Online), February 2021.
Graduate Student Seminar (MSRI), May 2019 ( Abstract )
Fall 2021 - Calculus (LUC)
University of Pennsylvania
Spring 2020 – Advanced Calculus (Math 360)
Fall 2018 – Advanced Analysis, Graduate Course (Math 508)
Spring 2018 – Advanced Linear Algebra (Math 314/514)
Fall 2017 – Calculus I, Active Learning (Math 104)
Summer 2019 – Ideas in Mathematics (Math 170)
American Graduate Student Algebraic Geometry Seminar (AGSAGS) – Fall 2020 and Spring 2021
In response to the Covid 19 pandemic I was a co-organizer of AGSAGS together with Jennifer Li, Lena Ji, Roberto Albesiano and Samir Canning.
AGSAGS was a virtual seminar by and for algebraic geometry graduate students. Our goal was for graduate students to share their research through online talks and to provide an algebraic geometry graduate networking system.
Very Short Talks – Fall 2020 and Spring 2021
With Artur B. Saturnino, I co-organized a series of (virtual) short talk events in the Math department at Penn. We invited grad students, postdocs and faculty to give a brief introduction about themselves and their research interests.
Directed Reading Program (DRP) – Spring 2020
I was a mentor in the DRP chapter at Penn . My mentee was Scott le Roux and together we learned about how Topology can be used in the study of some computational problems.
woMAN UP! – Fall 2019
I participated on a panel about grad student life on the workshop woMan UP!. This was an event aimed at undergraduate women who were applying to math graduate school.
Toric Geometry Reading Seminar – Fall 2018
I organized a reading seminar on Toric Geometry for graduate students both in the Math and in the Physics departments.
We covered Part I of Cox’s book.
For three consecutive years I was one of the master TAs in the Math department at Penn. My duties included helping to organize and to conduct the annual TA training aimed at first time TAs. And also carrying out in-class observations of the new TAs followed by informal meetings.
a [dot] zanardini [at] math.leidenuniv.nl