Fakultät für Mathematik

Universität Regensburg

93040 Regensburg

Deutschland

Universität Regensburg

93040 Regensburg

Deutschland

Zimmer M223

`denis DOT nardin AT ur DOT de`

I am a postdoc at the Universität Regensburg, in the working group of Prof. Marc Hoyois.

My main mathematical interests are on equivariant and motivic homotopy theory and algebraic K-theory.

I completed my Ph.D. at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology under the supervision of Clark Barwick.

**2022-06-06**Ever wondered what's a global spectrum? Now we can answer using lax limits.**2021-10-19**We compute the slices of twisted K-theory over a smooth base using transfers**2021-03-30**Finally our paper on Hermitian K-theory and oriented Gorenstein transfers arrived on the ArXiv. Good job everyone!**2020-09-16**Parts I, II and III of the Hermitian K-theory project have finally arrived on the ArXiv! This was a huge endeavor that occupied a large part of the last three years. Many thanks to all my coauthors, with whom it's always been a pleasure to collaborate and from whom I learned a lot. Now ever onward to higher things!**2020-09-16**The new version of the paper on the Hilbert scheme of infinite affine space has been uploaded. A big welcome to our new coauthor, Burt Totaro, with whom it's been a honor to work. I'm really proud of this paper.

- On October 25th I will give a talk at the MIT Topology Seminar.
- On July 9th 2021 I gave a talk at the Stanford Algebraic Geometry Seminar. The video is available here
- On March 30th 2021 I gave a talk at the Seminarium „Topologia algebraiczna” at the University of Warsaw.
- On November 25th 2020 I gave a talk at ItaCA Fest. The video is available here.
- On October 29th 2020 I gave a talk at the Seminar on A1-topology, motives and K-theory. The video is available here.
*Motives and What Not*was a cycle of conferences on motivic topics organized by Maria Yakerson and myself. You can find the videos of the talks at the conference's Youtube channel.