Francesco Lin

Hi! I am a Veblen Research Instructor at Princeton and the IAS. Here is my CV. My email address is fl4-at-math-dot-princeton-dot-edu. I am co-organizing the Topology seminar.


My work focuses on gauge theory, Floer homology and low-dimensional topology.

Lately I have been thinking about a Pin(2)-equivariant version of monopole Floer homology.

Here is the list of my works (with links to arXiv when available):

Some expository writings:


In Fall 2017, I am teaching the Junior Seminar in Geometry. The topic is Differential Topology, and the main references are Milnor's books Topology from the differentiable viewpoint and Morse theory.