(212) 8985988
sanjeevi@math.upenn.edu
3C3 David Rittenhouse Laboratory
209 South 33rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
sanjeevi@math.upenn.edu
3C3 David Rittenhouse Laboratory
209 South 33rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
I'm a postdoc, interested in algebraic topology and its applications, in the Math Dept at Penn. Previously, I was a postdoc at the Naval Research Lab in DC and the Commissariat à l'Énergie Atomique Saclay and École Polytechnique (France). I obtained my Ph.D. under Peter May at the University of Chicago.
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I'm interested in understanding dynamics by computing algebraic invariants on the causal directionality latent in state spaces. Dynamics of interest include traffic flow, solutions to Einstein dynamics, and solutions to world problems on monoids. State spaces can range from directed graphs to spacetimes to classifying spaces.
Directed Algebraic Topology Spaces often come equipped with directionality (e.g. vector fields, partial orders, simplicial orientations). Directed algebraic topology assigns algebraic invariants (e.g. fundamental categories, homology semimodules) to such spaces.
 
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