Anibal Medina

Anibal Medina

Notre Dame Instructor

Ph.D in Mathematics, Stony Brook University. 2015
B.A. in Mathematics, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. 2009

Email: amedinam@nd.edu
Office: 126 Hayes Healy Hall
Phone: (574) 631-7694
Fax: (574) 631-6579


For additional information see Anibal Medina’s Personal Page.

Research Interests

At the center of my work in topology lies the concept of manifold, which I investigate from viewpoints that emphasize homotopical, algebraic and combinatorial techniques. Notions such as operad, algebraic cobordism and cellular decomposition are characteristic examples of those featured in my research.

with Roth, K. et. al,
The Power of Design Principles for Adapting
Video
-
Based Professional
Development Programs to New Contexts
, AERA 2016, submitted.
w
ith Pickrell, D.,
Loops in noncompact groups
of Hermitian symmetric type
and factorization
,
J. Genera
lized Lie Theory and App
s
.
,
Vol. 9, Issue 2. 14 pages, doi:10.4172/1736
-
4337.1000233
w
ith Pickrell
, D.,
Noncompact groups of Hermitian symmetric type and factoriza
tion
,
Transformation Groups, September 2015
, to appear
.
A Natural Limit of Bruhat Poisson Structures
, in Representations of Lie Groups and Supergroups:
Oberwolfach Reports 2013, pp. 735
-
799
Toric Poisson Structures
, Moscow Mathematics Journal, 11 (2)
2011, pp. 205
-
229
with Roth, K. et. al,
The Power of Design Principles for Adapting
Video
-
Based Professional
Development Programs to New Contexts
, AERA 2016, submitted.
w
ith Pickrell, D.,
Loops in noncompact groups
of Hermitian symmetric type
and factorization
,
J. Genera
lized Lie Theory and App
s
.
,
Vol. 9, Issue 2. 14 pages, doi:10.4172/1736
-
4337.1000233
w
ith Pickrell
, D.,
Noncompact groups of Hermitian symmetric type and factoriza
tion
,
Transformation Groups, September 2015
, to appear
.
A Natural Limit of Bruhat Poisson Structures
, in Representations of Lie Groups and Supergroups:
Oberwolfach Reports 2013, pp. 735
-
799
Toric Poisson Structures
, Moscow Mathematics Journal, 11 (2)
2011, pp. 205
-
229

Please direct questions and comments to: amedinam@nd.edu