Gabriel C. Drummond-Cole
I am a Boas assistant professor and NSF postdoctoral fellow in the mathematics department at Northwestern University.
Starting in September 2013, I will be a researcher at the IBS Center for Geometry and Physics in Pohang, South Korea.
I received my PhD in 2010 under the supervision of John Terilla at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (alternate site).
My research interests include operadic and homotopy algebra, quantum field theory, and the moduli space of Riemann surfaces.
- Homotopy Probability Theory I. With Jae-Suk Park and John Terilla. Submitted.
- Homotopy Probability Theory II. With Jae-Suk Park and John Terilla. Submitted.
- Formal formality of the hypercommutative algebras of low dimensional Calabi-Yau manifolds. Submitted.
- An Update on Domineering on Rectangular Boards. Preprint.
- Homotopically trivializing the circle in the framed little disks. Accepted, J. Topol. 37 pages.
- The minimal model for the Batalin-Vilkovisky operad. With Bruno Vallette. Selecta Math, (2012), 10.1007/s00029-012-0098-y. 31 pages.
- Algebras over Ω(coFrob). With John Terilla and Thomas Tradler. J. Homotopy Relat. Struct., Vol. 5, No. 1, 2010, 15-36.
- Intrinsically n-linked complete graphs. With Danielle O'Donnol. Tokyo J. Math, 32, 2009, 113-125.
- Positions of value *2 in generalized Domineering and chess. INTEGERS, 5, 2005.
- Temperature two in Domineering. Unpublished.
I compile and maintain notes in LaTeX of many conferences, seminars, workshops, and courses.