Gábor Székelyhidi

Professor
Department of Mathematics
Northwestern University
2033 Sheridan Road
Evanston, IL 60208
email : gaborsz at northwestern.edu

I am interested in geometric analysis and complex differential geometry. Much of my work is motivated by trying to find canonical metrics, such as extremal or Kähler-Einstein metrics on projective manifolds.


Special Metrics in Complex Geometry, May 16--20, 2022

Notre Dame Geometry & Topology RTG

Northwestern, Notre Dame, UIC Complex Geometry Seminar

Center for Mathematics Thematic Program on Kähler geometry, June 12 - 30, 2017

Notre Dame Geometric Analysis Seminar, Past years

MMP and Ricci flow learning seminar


Teaching


Previous teaching

Papers, CV


Book

An Introduction to Extremal Kähler Metrics, Graduate Studies in Mathematics, AMS

Thesis

The title of my PhD thesis is Extremal metrics and K-stability, supervised by Simon Donaldson.
[abstract] [pdf]


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