Matilde Marcolli


Something about myself

"A drifter of Dadaist persuasion" (computational linguist, sometime physicist and occasional mathematician)

Current Positions:

History:
  • Ph.D. 1997, University of Chicago. Advisor Melvin Rothenberg, UChicago Math Department
  • (1997-2000): C.L.E. Moore Instructor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT Math Department
  • (2000-2008): Associate Professor, Max Planck Institute for Mathematics, Bonn
  • (2001-present) Courtesy Appointment: Mathematics Department Florida State University ( my webpage at FSU )
  • (2006-present) Honorary Professorship, Bonn University

  • A (more or less up-to-date) curriculum
  • A (more or less up-to-date) list of publications

    Research

  • Research Work (preprints and publications)
  • Collaborators and PhD students
  • SURF students (undergraduate research projects)
  • Slides of talks

    Editorial Work


    Selected honors and Awards


    Teaching

  • Spring 2014 Ma 191 : Motives and Quantum Field Theory
  • Spring 2014 Ma4 : Fractal Geometry and Chaos Theory
  • Winter 2014 Ma 191 b, Section 6 : Motives and Periods
  • Fall 2012 Ma 148 a Mathematical Physics: The Geometry of Quantum States
  • Fall 2012 Ma 2a P Ordinary Differential Equations
  • Winter 2012 Ma 193b Topics in Geometry and Physics
  • Fall 2011 Sanskrit for Modern Scientists
  • Fall 2011 Ma 10 Oral Presentation, aka the (Martial) Art of Giving Talks
  • Fall 2011 Ma 1a Calculus
  • Spring 2011 Ma 4 Fractal Geometry and Chaos
  • Spring 2011 Ma 148c Mathematical Physics : Quantum Mechanics for mathematicians
  • Fall 2010 Ma 2 a Ordinary Differential Equations
  • Winter 2010 Ma 140 b Noncommutative Geometry, Part I
  • Spring 2010 Ma 191 c Noncommutative Geometry, Part II
  • Fall 2008 Ma 192 a Geometry and Arithmetic of Quantum Fields

    Travel Calendar

  • 2014
  • 2013
  • 2012
  • 2011
  • 2010
  • 2009

    Petition to reopen the Caltech bookstore

    An online petition to reopen the Caltech bookstore, and a more detailed document with reasons why I believe this is important: Why the bookstore?