I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Princeton University.
nsher at math dot princeton dot edu
Department of Mathematics
Fine Hall, Washington Road
Princeton, NJ 08544-1000
I co-organize the Princeton University/IAS symplectic geometry seminar.
I am interested in homological mirror symmetry and symplectic topology.
(With Tim Perutz and Sheel Ganatra) Mirror symmetry: from categories to curve counts, 37 pages, arXiv.
(With Tim Perutz) Automatic split-generation for the Fukaya category, 24 pages, arXiv.
Formulae in noncommutative Hodge theory, 54 pages, arXiv.
Notes and slides
Mini-course on counting curves using the Fukaya category from Simons Workshop, May 2017.
Mini-course on the Fukaya category at Jussieu summer school, June 2016.
Notes and videos from a workshop on homological mirror symmetry for Calabi-Yau hypersurfaces in projective space at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, June 2015.
Notes from my lectures on homological mirror symmetry at the IAS.
Notes from the 2009 Talbot workshop on Fukaya categories, mentored by Paul Seidel.
Notes from the 2010 RTG workshop on Symplectic Field Theory with Tobias Ekholm.
Notes from the 2011 RTG workshop on Microlocal Sheaf Theory with David Nadler.
Slides from my talk 'Homological Mirror Symmetry for Calabi-Yau hypersurfaces in projective space' at the IHES, 11/15/2011.
Slides from my talk 'Homological Mirror Symmetry' at Cornell, 12/1/2011.
Notes from the discussion sessions (3d Combinatorics and SH=0) at the AIM Workshop on Cyclic Homology and Symplectic Topology.
Notes on the proof of the surgery formulae in `Effect of Legendrian Surgery'.
My Honours thesis on Hamilton's Ricci Flow.
Slides from my pumagrass talk on Ricci Flow.
Slides from my pumagrass talk on Tropical Underwear.
Notes from my pre-talk 'Introduction to Homological Mirror Symmetry' at Northwestern University, 9/22/2011.