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Anna Skorobogatova

I am a second year PhD student. From Fall 2020, I will be based at Princeton University, under the supervision of Camillo De Lellis.

Prior to this, I was an MMath student at Warwick. My 4th year dissertation was on the ball multiplier problem and restriction theory for the Fourier transform, supervised by José Rodrigo.

Research interests: Geometric measure theory, calculus of variations and harmonic analysis. In particular, I am interested in the regularity of area-minimizing currents of high codimension. I am also interested in the singular structure of measures satisfying differential constraints, and embeddings of anisotropic BV spaces.

Email:

a (dot) skorobogatova (at) warwick.ac.uk

as110 (at) princeton.edu

Office: B0.13

Preprints/Publications:

Talks/posters:

  • The Tomas-Stein Restriction Theorem and the Restriction Conjecture - ERC GMT seminar, University of Warwick, January 2019.
  • Continuity and canceling operators of order $n$ on $\mathbb{R}^n$ (poster) - Bedlewo, Poland, March 2019.
  • On the wavecone of differential operators - "Speaking with Style" talk, colloquium, University of Warwick, June 2019.
  • Compensated compactness: a brief introduction - Postgraduate seminar, University of Warwick, October 2019.
  • Limiting Sobolev-type inequalities for vector fields - SPAAM seminar, University of Warwick, January 2020.

Teaching:

  • 2018/19: Supervisions for first & second year maths students.
  • 2019/20: TA for MA260 Norms, Metric & Topologies

PG seminar: In the 2019/20 academic year, I am joint organiser of the PG seminar with Luke Peachey. This runs on Wednesdays at 12pm during term time - please let one of us know if you would like to give a talk.

Other activities: I am the secretary for the maths department SGSLC committee. I am also a postgraduate representative for the department's Athena SWAN/Equality & Diversity committee.