| D. Lukas B. Brantner
I am a graduate student of Jacob Lurie in the Department of Mathematics at Harvard University. Before this, I obtained my BA/MMath at the University of Cambridge (St. John's College).
My current primary research interests lie in chromatic homotopy theory, derived algebraic geometry, and combinatorial topology. Previously, I have carried out some research in geometric group theory with Danny Calegari. I am also interested in abelian, non-abelian, and p-adic Hodge theory.
Here is my CV. If you would like to see my current research statement, please send me a message.
I organised three rounds of the Harvard-MIT graduate topology seminar "Juvitop" covering the following topics: Kervaire Invariant One Problem, Rational Homotopy and Formality, and Algebraic K-Theory. I also co-organised the Harvard graduate seminar "Trivial Notions" in 2013.