# Ryan Grady, Ph.D

Associate Professor of Mathematics

## Education

- Ph.D. (2012) and M.S. (2009) University of Notre Dame
- B.S. (2007) Colorado School of Mines

## Research Interests

My research program is (broadly) to study the geometry and topology of manifolds through techniques of quantum field theory (QFT) in a mathematically rigorous setting. In addition, I study some fundamental connections between QFT, derived geometry, and higher Lie theory.

## Students

Here are some of my students and their work:

- Eric Berry (co-chair), PhD (2021): Additivity of Factorization Algebras and Cohomology of Real Grassmanians
- Adam Howard (co-chair), PhD (2021): Immersions of Surfaces
- Garrett Oren, MS (2021): Centers and Centralizers

## Publications

(w. Heather Abramson, Eric Chesebro, Vivian Cummins, Cory Emlen, and Kenton Ke) Involve (accepted) arXiv

(w. Anna Schenfisch) Proceedings AMS (accepted) arXiv

(w. Anna Schenfish) Homology, Homotopy, and Applications (2023)

(w. Anna Schenfisch) Beiträge zur Algebra und Geometrie (accepted) arXiv

(w. Mark Poston) Pi Mu Epsilon Journal (2021) arXiv

(w. Brian Williams) Contemporary Mathematics (2018)

(w. Owen Gwilliam). J. Inst. Math. Jussieu 19 (2020)

(w. Qin Li and Si Li). Advances in Mathematics 317 (2017), 575-639

(w. Owen Gwilliam). New York Journal of Mathematics (2015)