Aleksandr Popolitov studies the interplay between several different structures in mathematical physics. These structures are used to solve a large class of problems in enumerative algebraic geometry and combinatorics in a universal way. The problems can range from counting certain one-dimensional drawings on two-dimensional surfaces to counting certain types of maps from a two-dimensional surface to a higher-dimensional space.
A. Popolitov: Cohomological Field Theories and Global Spectral Curves.
Prof. S.V. Shadrin
Dr H.B. Posthuma
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