Yajnaseni Dutta
Email: ydutta@math.northwestern.edu
Office: Locy 206
I am a Fourth year PhD student in mathematics at Northwestern University. I am interested in birational geometry and Hodge theory. My advisor is
Mihnea Popa.
Currently I am coorganizing the
Student AG Seminar with Sebastián Olano at Northwestern. I am also coorganising the midwest algebraic geometry graduate conference
May 2527, 2018
at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC)
Here is my CV
Publications
Other notes: (not checked for errors and typos)
Talks:

CMI Seminar
at Chennai Mathematical Institute: Fujita type conjectures for logpluricanonical sheaves: a survey of available tools.

NUSAGS at Northwestern University: On Fujita Type Conjectures

Algebraic Geometry Seminar at Washington University, St. Louis : On Fujita Type Conjectures
 Graduate Student Colloquium University of Illinois at Chicago : Counting lines on Cubic Surfaces
Teaching:
 This quarter (Winter 2018) I am on research assistantship.
 Past teaching assistant: Integral Calculus in several Variable (MATH 234), Graph Theory(MATH 3080), Single variable Calculus (MATH 220), Multivariable Calculus (MATH 230), Introduction to proofs (MATH 300), Introduction to Topology (MATH 340)
 Past grader: Algebraic Geometry I (MATH 4831), Geometry/Topology (MATH 4403)
Organization:
Seminars I attend:
Conferences/Workshops I went to:  A Conference in Honour of Jean Pierre Demailly Institut Fourier, Grenoble, France, June 2017
 Higher
Dimensional Algebraic Geometry summer school and conference at University of Utah, July 2016
 Local and Global Methods in Algebraic Geometry A conference in Honour of Lawrence Ein's 60th birthday. University of Illinois at Chicago, May 2016
 Workshop on unramified cohomology, derived categories, and rationality University of Utah, Feb 2016
 2015 AMS Summer Institute in Algebraic Geometry, University of Utah
 II Latin American School of Algebraic Geometry and Applications, Cabo Frio, Brazil, May 2015