Andreas Ott
Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Differential Geometry Group at Heidelberg University

Research interests

Geometry and topology. I am currently working on bounded cohomology, polylogarithms, Higgs bundles, representation varieties, and gauged Gromov-Witten theory.


(with T. Hartnick) Perturbations of the Spence-Abel equation and deformations of the dilogarithm function. Math. Ann. 368(3), 1399-1428, 2017.
(with T. Hartnick) Bounded cohomology via partial differential equations, I. Geom. Topol. 19-6, 3603-3643, 2015.
Removal of singularities and Gromov compactness for symplectic vortices. J. Sympl. Geom., Vol. 12, No. 2, 1-55, 2014.
(with T. Hartnick) Surjectivity of the comparison map in bounded cohomology for Hermitian Lie groups. Int. Math. Res. Notices, No. 9, 2068-2093, 2012.


(with T. Hartnick) Milnor-Wood type inequalities for Higgs bundles. (15 pages) arXiv:1105.4323.
(with F. Ziltener) Gauged Gromov-Witten invariants for monotone symplectic manifolds. (150 pages) In preparation.
(with T. Hartnick) Bounded cohomology via partial differential equations, II. (15 pages) In preparation.


Doctoral thesis: The non-local symplectic vortex equations and gauged Gromov-Witten invariants.
Diploma thesis: On Fano threefolds with b2 ≥ 2.


Structures & Mathematics (Interdisciplinary Seminar Series)
Higgs Bundles in Geometry and Physics (Workshop at IWH Heidelberg) Feb 29 - Mar 3, 2016


Einführung in die Geometrie, Spring 2016
Heidelberg Junior Geometry Seminar, 2015-16
Symplectic Topology (Part III, Cambridge), Lent 2014


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Last update: Jul 23, 2017