Upcoming travels

In 2024 I partecipate to the programme New Equivariant Methods in Geometry at the Isaac Newton Institute in Cambridge (webpage). I am in Cambridge for most of February, April and May 2024. I will speak at the workshop Kstability and moment maps, 1317th May 2024 (webpage).

In July 2024 I will speak at the BRIDGES international conference in Cargese (webpage).

In September 2024 I will speak at the Introductory Workshop: Special Geometric Structures and Analysis at MSRI  SLmath (webpage).
Talks at conferences and seminars

03.2024, Conference Asymptotics in complex geometry in memory of Steve Zelditch, Northwestern University (webpage).

02.2024, Algebraic Geometry Seminar, online, organised by the Univeristy of Nottingham.

10.2023, Mathematics Seminar, Università di Parma.

08.2023, Conference Analytic methods in complex geometry, University of Münster, (webpage).

06.2023, Conference Advances in Special Kaehler metrics, Le Croisic.

04.2023, Conference Around complex geometry, University of Illinois Chicago.

04.2023, Kähler geometry seminar, UQAM, Montréal.

04.2023, AMS Eastern Sectional Meeting, special session on Recent advances in differential geometry, online.

03.2023, Algebraic Geometry Seminar, University of Glasgow.

03.2023, Geometry Seminar, Università di Firenze.

10.2022, Geometric Analysis Seminar, Purdue University.

10.2022, Geometry and Topology Seminar, University of Illinois, Chicago.

09.2022, Conference Complex analysis and complex geometry, Levico Terme, Bellavista Relax Hotel.

06.2022, Conference Kähler and nonKähler geometry: new developments and interactions, Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies.

06.2022, Workshop MARGE  Young researchers in Kähler and Hermitian geometry, Université de Montpellier.

04.2022, KASS Seminar, Chalmers University, Gothenburg.

02.2022, Algebraic Geometry Seminar, University of Cambridge.

12.2021, Conference EDGE DAYS 2021  Explicit Kstability and moduli problems, University of Edinburgh.
A more complete list of the talks I gave is in my CV. If you prefer a more visual representation, look at the map below.