Lorenzo Sillari

Ph.D. Student at SISSA, Trieste, Italy

I am currently a Ph.D. student at SISSA, Trieste, Italy. I expect to finish my Ph.D. in December 2024. I am part of the Geometry and Mathematical Physics group.

My research focuses on almost complex structures and almost symplectic structres and on finding invariants that characterize them.

Here you find an updated list of my papers and preprints, while here there is a list of talks I gave and conferences or schools I attended.

Before my Ph.D., I completed both my Bachelor's and Master's Degrees at the University of Parma, under the supervision of Prof. Adriano Tomassini.

There, I discussed my Master's Thesis with title "Dolbeault Cohomology of Almost Complex Manifolds" in July 2020.

During my Bachelor, I spent one year abroad at the University of Granada.

I held institutional positions as Student's Representative at SISSA and as Tutor for International Students at the University of Parma.
In Fall 2023 I am teaching "Reparatory Course" for first year students in Mathematics and IADA at the Univeristy of Trieste.

In Spring 2019 and 2020 I held tutoring sessions for the course "Geometry 1B" for first year students in Mathematics at the University of Parma.

I am co-organizer of the Junior Geometry and Mathematical Physics Seminars for the years 2023 and 2024 and of the event Junior Math Days for the years 2022 and 2023.

You can find more details in my CV.