## Giulia Saccà's Homepage

I am an assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics at Columbia University. In Fall 2023 I will be on (maternity) leave.
During the year 2019-2020 I was on leave to spend a year in Paris as
Maître de Conference associé at Collège de France.
During the year 2017-2018 I was assistant professor at MIT.
Previously, I was a J. H. Simons Instructor at
Stony Brook University and
in 2014-2015 I was a member of the School of Mathematics at
IAS.
I received my PhD from Princeton University in 2013.

Here you can find my cv.
I am one of the organizers of the Columbia AG seminar
and was one of organizers of the online ZAG seminar.

** Research Interests**:

Algebraic Geometry, with a focus on hyper-Kähler and
Calabi-Yau manifolds, K3 surfaces, moduli spaces of sheaves, families of
abelian varieties and their degenerations, symplectic resolutions.

**Grants**:

My research is funded by the FRG grant Derived Categories, Moduli Spaces, and Classical Algebraic Geometry DMS-2052750
and by an NSF CAREER grant DMS-2144483.
In the past, I was funded by NSF grant DMS-1949812 and 1801818.

**Papers**:

Click **here** to see my publications and preprints.

**Current teaching:**

This semester (Spring 2023) I am not teaching.

**Editorial Work**:

I am one of the editors of Annali di Matematica Pura e Applicata.

**Graduate students**:

I am the advisor of Anna Abasheva and Nicolás Vilches Reyes.

**Past teaching at Columbia**:

Spring 2022: ** Introduction to Higher Mathematics (UN2000) **

Fall 2021: ** Topics course (Hyper-Kähler manifolds and moduli spaces)**

Spring 2021: ** Arithmetic and Algebraic Geometry **

Fall 2020: ** Linear Algebra (UN2010)**

Spring 2019: ** Calc III (UN1201)**

Fall 2018: ** Linear Algebra (UN2010)**

**Mailing address**:

Mathematics Department

Columbia University

2990 Broadway

New York, NY 10027

**E-mail address**:
`gs3032 [at] columbia [dot]edu`

`firstname [at]math.columbia[dot]edu`

**Office**:
625

**Office hours**: by appointment.