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NEITZKE, ANDREW M

Andrew M Neitzke

Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics


Geometry, Physics

neitzke@math.utexas.edu


Office Location
RLM

Postal Address
The University of Texas at Austin
MATHEMATICS
2515 SPEEDWAY, Stop C1200
AUSTIN, TX 78712-1202

Ph.D., Harvard University (2005)

Research Interests

Geometry, Physics

Papers published, or to appear:

1. D. Gaiotto, G. W. Moore, and A. Neitzke (2013). Spectral networks. Annales Henri Poincare´, 1–89.
arXiv:1204.4824

2. D. Gaiotto, G. W. Moore, and A. Neitzke (2013). Spectral networks and snakes. Annales Henri Poincare´ 14,
1–81. arXiv:1209.0866

3. D. Gaiotto, G. W. Moore, and A. Neitzke (2013). Wall-crossing, Hitchin systems, and the WKB approximation. Adv. Math. 234, 239–403. arXiv:0907.3987 [hep-th].

4. A. Neitzke (2013). Notes on a new construction of hyperkahler metrics. To appear in proceedings of Mirror
Symmetry & Tropical Geometry, Cetraro 2011. Available at http://www.ma.utexas.edu/neitzke/.

5. D. Gaiotto, G. W. Moore, and A. Neitzke (2012). Wall-crossing in coupled 2d-4d systems. JHEP 1212.
arXiv:1103.2598

6. D. Gaiotto, G. W. Moore, and A. Neitzke (2010). Four-dimensional wall-crossing via three-dimensional
field theory. Commun. Math. Phys. 299, 163–224. arXiv:0807.4723

7. D. Gaiotto, A. Neitzke, and Y. Tachikawa (2010). Argyres-Seiberg duality and the Higgs branch. Commun.
Math. Phys. 294, 389–410. arXiv:0810.4541

  • 2012 John R. Durbin Teaching Excellence Award in Mathematics, UT Austin.
  • 2000 NDSEG Graduate Fellowship.
  • 1998 British Marshall Scholarship.
  • 1998 Valedictorian, Princeton University, Class of 1998.