## Márton Hablicsek

## General informations:

I am a Hans Rademacher Instructor at University of Pennsylvania. My primary research focuses on derived algebraic geometry. In my spare time I think about combinatorial geometry.

E-mail address: mhabli at math.upenn.edu.
My Cv is here.
## Publications:

Algebraic Geometry over the residue field of the infinite place with Mate L. Juhasz, submitted, (2017)
Derived intersections over the Hochschild cochain complex, submitted, (2016)
Explicit computations of Hida families via overconvergent modular symbols with Evan Dummit, Robert Harron, Lalit Jain, Robert Pollack, Daniel Ross, accepted in Research in Number Theory, (2015)
Hodge theorem for the logarithmic de Rham complex via derived intersections, submitted, (2015)
On the number of rich lines in high dimensional real vector spaces (with Zachary Scherr), published in Discrete and Computational Geometry, 55(4), 955-962, (2016)
Formality of derived intersections and the orbifold HKR isomorphism (with Dima Arinkin and Andrei Cǎldǎraru), submitted, (2014)
On the joints problem with multiplicities, submitted, (2014)
Derived intersections and the Hodge theorem (with Dima Arinkin and Andrei Cǎldǎraru), accepted in Algebraic Geometry
An incidence conjecture of Bourgain over fields of positive
characteristic (with Jordan S. Ellenberg), accepted in Forum of Mathematics, Sigma
Kakeya sets over non-archimedean local rings , published in Mathematika, 59, (2013) (with Evan Dummit)
Power map permutations and symmetric differences in finite groups, published in Journal of Algebra and its Applications, (2011) (with Guillermo Mantilla-Soler)
## Current Teaching

Math 503 Algebra
Math 114: Multivariable Calculus
## Past Teaching (at Penn)

Math 602 Graduate Algebra
Math 420 Ordinary Differential Equations
Math 371 Algebra II
Math 104 Active-learning Calculus I
Math 370 Algebra I
Math 420 Ordinary Differential Equations
Math 203 Proving things: Algebra
Math 299 Undergraduate Research: Incidence Geometry
Math 104 Calculus I
## Higher K-theory seminar

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