I am a CNRS researcher (Chargé de Recherche) in Mathematics, at the Institut Fourier of Grenoble (France).

Before that, in 2018 I was a post-doc at the at the University of Luxembourg, and previously I was a PhD student (2012-2015) and a post-doc (2016-2017) at the University of Pavia (Italy).

My research interests are mostly in Differential Geometry and Geometric Topology.

Some mathematical links:

- Since September 2019, I co-organize (with Luca Rizzi) the weekly seminar "Théorie Spectrale et Géométrie"
- Each year, submissions are welcome for its proceedings journal "Actes du séminaire TSG"
- I co-organize (with Sébastien Alvarez, François Fillastre and Graham Smith) the online Pangolin seminar

- The video of my talk in Oaxaca (Mexico), July 2018
- My online talk at the Pangolin seminar, July 2020
- My online talk at the X International Meeting on Lorentzian Geometry, February 2021
- My online talk at the First Geometry Meeting of IM-UFRJ, August 2021

- Some little cartoons about geometric transition
- Another cartoon, which is about a non-complete hyperbolic surface in Minkowski space

- Two posters I prepared as a PhD student: on quasi-Fuchsian manifolds and singular Minkowski geometry
- My notes (on Weil-Petersson metric and symplectic reduction) for a reading seminar we ran in Luxembourg

- An interview (in French) for the letter of the INSMI (French National Institute for Mathematical Sciences)

Andrea Seppi

Université Grenoble Alpes

Institut Fourier

100 Rue des Mathématiques

38610 Gières France