Anna Barbieri
Research associate at the University of Sheffield
Office: K16, Hicks Building
Address: The Hicks Building, Hounsfield Road, Sheffield, S3 7RH
Sheffield Algebraic Geometry group
EMail: a.barbieri@sheffield.ac.uk
I am currently a postdoc at the University of Sheffield, UK, with Tom Bridgeland. I completed my PhD studies at the University of Pavia, Italy, under the supervision of Jacopo Stoppa.
Research interests
Geometric structures arising from enumerative data and wallcrossing phenomena: connections with
Frobenius like structures, mathematical physics and representation of quivers.
Teaching
MAS439 Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry (Semester 2, a.a. 2018/19  School of Mathematics and Statistic, Sheffield)
Publications and Preprints
In preparation: A quantum RiemannHilbert problem from DonaldsonThomas theory, A.Barbieri, T.Bridgeland, J.Stoppa
Phd Thesis: "Frobenius type structures and manifolds from stability conditions on quiver categories"
Talks and Conferences

A RiemannHilbert problem from stability conditions, Workshop Stability conditions and representation theory of finitedimensional algebras, Casa Matematica, Oaxaca  Mexico (29/102/11/2018)

A RiemannHilbert problem for uncoupled BPS structures, EDGE Seminars at Edinburgh (24/05/2018)

A RiemannHilbert problem for BPS structures, SISSA, Trieste (05/04/2018), Birmingham (14/11/2018)

Geometric structures on some spaces of stability conditions, Leicester, East Midlands Seminar in Geometry, (14/12/2017)

A construction of Frobenius manifold from stability conditions on Rep(Q), Bonn, Workshop Ainfinity structures and representation theory (48/12/2017)

Introduction to Frobenius manifolds, Sheffield, Pure Maths Colloquium (29/11/2017)

A convergence property for a deformation of Joyce generating functions, Contributed talk at SISSA, Summer school in enumerative geometry (37/07/2017)

A Frobenius type structure from stability data, Cardiff, 2CinC, Cow and Calf Conference in Cardiff (2324/02/2017)

A construction of Frobenius manifold from stability conditions, University of Milano Statale, Seminario di Natale (1920/12/2016)
Activities
In February 2018, with Barbara Bolognese, Joe Karmazyn and Evgeny Shinder, we organized a twodays GLEN meeting at Sheffield.