Dr Dylan Allegretti

Research:
Interests:  Mathematical physics 
Research groups:  Algebra, Algebraic Geometry 
Publications:  ArXiv 
Biography:
I completed a B.S. in mathematics with honors and a B.A. in physics at the University of Chicago in 2010. I then attended Yale University where I received an M.S. and M.Phil. in 2013 and a Ph.D. in 2016. My thesis, The geometry of cluster varieties from surfaces, was supervised by Alexander Goncharov.
Research interests:
Broadly speaking, my interests lie in mathematical physics, a subject at the intersection of pure mathematics and theoretical physics. I am interested in using math to solve physics problems and using ideas from physics to solve problems of a purely mathematical nature.
A unifying concept in my work so far is the notion of a cluster variety. This is a kind of geometric object defined using combinatorial ideas from the theory of cluster algebras. The notion of a cluster variety has found applications in several areas, including quantum Teichmüller theory and the study of wallcrossing phenomena in algebraic geometry and mathematical physics. I am currently working with Tom Bridgeland on an ERCfunded project exploring the relationship between cluster varieties and spaces of stability conditions on triangulated categories.
A unifying concept in my work so far is the notion of a cluster variety. This is a kind of geometric object defined using combinatorial ideas from the theory of cluster algebras. The notion of a cluster variety has found applications in several areas, including quantum Teichmüller theory and the study of wallcrossing phenomena in algebraic geometry and mathematical physics. I am currently working with Tom Bridgeland on an ERCfunded project exploring the relationship between cluster varieties and spaces of stability conditions on triangulated categories.