Adam Saltz

Boston College
Maloney 538
adam(dot)saltz(at)bc(dot)edu

I am a graduate student at Boston College. I'm interested in the relationships between Khovanov-theoretic knot invariants and Floer-theoretic invariants of three- and four-manifolds. I also like contact and symplectic topology. My advisor is John Baldwin.

I'm teaching Finite Probability this fall. You can find the course site on Agora.

I organize BC's student Floer seminar!

Publications:

An annular refinement of the transverse element in Khovanov homology (with Diana Hubbard). Arxiv. In revision at Algebraic & Geometric Topology.

     My program to compute \kappa is available here.

Branched diagrams and the Ozsváth-Szabó spectral sequence. Arxiv.

I've contributed to The Electric Handleslide, the world's most electric math blog. I like Twitter.

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