Andrew Senger
email: senger at math dot harvard dot edu
I am an NSF postdoc at Harvard. I received my PhD in 2021 from MIT under Haynes Miller.
My interests lie in homotopy theory and its applications, broadly construed.
Preprints and Papers:
- Obstruction theory and the level n elliptic genus (2022). Submitted.
- Unstable homotopy groups, an appendix to How big are the stable homotopy groups of spheres? by Robert Burklund (2022). This appendix is joint work with Robert Burklund. Submitted.
- Galois reconstruction of Artin-Tate R-motivic spectra with Robert Burklund and Jeremy Hahn (2020). Submitted.
- Inertia groups in the metastable range with Robert Burklund and Jeremy Hahn (2020). Submitted.
- Odd primary analogs of Real orientations with Jeremy Hahn and Dylan Wilson (2020). To appear in Geometry & Topology.
- On the high-dimensional geography problem with Robert Burklund (2020). Submitted.
- On the boundaries of highly connected, almost closed manifolds with Robert Burklund and Jeremy Hahn (2019). To appear in Acta Mathematica.
- The Brown-Peterson spectrum is not E_{2(p^2+2)} at odd primes (2017). Submitted.
I am currently supported by NSF Grant DMS-2103236. From 2018-2021, I was supported by NSF Grant DGE-1745302.