Email: srcannin at ucsd dot edu
Office: AP&M 5760
I work in algebraic geometry. Specifically, I am currently interested in intersection theory on moduli spaces, especially those related to the moduli space of curves. My previous work was on the dimension of the variety of lines on a Fano complete intersection.
The webpage for the UCSD Algebraic Geometry Seminar is here.
This semester I'm co-organizing the American Graduate Student Algebraic Geometry Seminar (AGSAGS) with Roberto Albesiano, Lena Ji, Jennifer Li and Aline Zanardini.
I organize the student learning algebraic geometry seminar at UCSD.
In Summer 2020, the topic was Geometric Invariant Theory.
In Spring 2020, we continued studying the Moduli Space of Curves.
In Winter 2020, the topic is Moduli of Curves.
In Fall 2018, the topic is Abelian Varieties. See here.
In Spring 2018, the topic was surfaces. See here.
In Winter 2018, the topic was the dimension theory of Noetherian rings. See here.
I was the president of the Mathematics Graduate Student Council at UCSD from the beginning of the 2018 academic year until the end of the 2019 academic year.
Before the pandemic, I volunteered to tutor refugee students at a local school with San Diego Refugee Tutoring. Let me know if you're interested in joining me.
In Spring 2018, I led five undergraduates through a course on algebraic curves as a part of UCSD's RTG in Algebra, Algebraic Geometry, and Number Theory.