Marco Aldi, Ph.D.
Harris Hall 4150
Ph.D. in Mathematics, Northwestern University, 2007
Dissertation: “A-branes and Mirror Symmetry”
Advisor: Prof. Eric Zaslow
Laurea in Matematica, Universita’ degli Studi, Milano, 2002
M.Sc. in Pure Mathematics, University of East Anglia, 2001
My research focuses on mathematical problems inspired by physics, using primarily techniques from differential geometry, homological algebra and representation theory. Recent studies include generalized contact geometry, Hamiltonian quantization of the sigma-model and mirror symmetry for nilmanifolds.
M. Aldi, R. Heluani, “Dilogarithms, OPE and T-duality”, Int. Math. Res. Not. (2014) no. 6.
M. Aldi, “Twisted Homogeneous Coordinate Rings of Abelian Surfaces via Mirror Symmetry”, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 137 (2009).
M. Aldi, E. Zaslow, “Seidel’s Mirror Map for Abelian Varieties”, Adv. Theor. Math. Phys. 10 (2006).
M. Aldi, E. Zaslow, “Coisotropic A-branes, Noncommutativity and the Mirror Correspondence”, J. High Energy. Phys. (2005).
2012 – present Assistant Professor, VCU Dept. of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics.
2010-2012 – NSF-FRG Visiting Assistant Professor, Brandeis University Mathematics Dept. (joint appointment with Physics).
2007-2010 – Charles B. Morrey Assistant Professor, University of California, Berkeley.