My work lies at the intersection of differential, algebraic and noncommutative geometry. I'm particularly interested in topics that have close links with mathematical physics.

More precisely, I have worked on

- Applying methods from algebraic geometry and singularity theory to the study of holomorphic Poisson manifolds
- Using Lie algebroids and Lie groupoids to study singular differential equations and the "resummation" of divergent series expansions
- Understanding the geometry and classification of noncommutative rings using deformation quantization
- Computation of motivic Donaldson--Thomas invariants of noncommutative Calabi--Yau algebras

See my list of papers for more details.

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