András Cristian Lőrincz is a postdoctoral fellow at the Nonlinear Algebra group at MPI MiS. He was born in Romania where he completed his bachelor's degree at Babeș-Bolyai University. He finished his graduate studies at Northeastern University and the University of Connecticut under the supervision of Jerzy Weyman. Before joining MPI, he was a postdoc at Purdue University.
His research interests lie in interactions between algebraic geometry, commutative algebra and representation theory. More specifically, the topics he worked on include representation theory of quivers, spherical varieties, minimal free resolutions, local cohomology, Bernstein-Sato polynomials, D-modules, and perverse sheaves.
Recently, András got interested in computational aspects of some of these topics and their applications to statistics.
June 25, 2019