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MATTHEW PANCIA

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» contact

I can be contacted in a variety of cool and exciting ways.

UT email: send it

gmail or gchat: send it again

google voice: 512-850-5792

facebook: right here guys

google: does anyone use this?

linkedin: this one is very professional

github: git it

» research

I am interested in lots of things within the realm of algebraic topology, but my primary focus is on algebraic k-theory. I also moonlight as a dude that does some applied algebraic topology. Here's my CV.

**papers**

__Parametrized K-Theory of Connective Ring Spectra__- (in preparation)__A Dundas-McCarthy Theorem for Connective Ring Spectra__- (in preparation)__Persistent Rational Homotopy Theory__- with E. Peterson, (in preparation)__Peristent Homology for Metric Measure Spaces, and Robust Statistics for Hypothesis Testing and Confidence Intervals__- with A. Blumberg, I. Gal, M. Mandell, to appear in*Foundations of Computational Mathematics*.__Isoperimetric inequalities for wave fronts and a generalization of Menzin's conjecture for bicycle monodromy on surfaces of constant curvature__- with S. Howe and V. Zakharevich, published in*Advances in Geometry*, 2011.__Statistical Properties of Martin Lof Sequences__- unpublished undergrad research

**talk notes**

here are some talk notes. they are not guaranteed to be entirely correct.

- Berkeley-Stanford Topology Seminar notes: K-Theory of Endomorphisms
- MIT Talbot Workshop notes: homogeneous functors

**expository things**

other stuff I've written.

- chromotopy - collaborative mathbloggin'

» teaching

I am not teaching at the moment, but in the past I have TAed for M408C and M408D.

» links

Here are some cool links, guys. I used to have more, but I lost them all when Geocities shut down.

** math homies **

** other cool people **

- andrew blumberg (my advisor)
- mike mandell