TOMMASO DE FERNEX

Professor - University of Utah

CURRICULUM VITAE

Education
July 2002 Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of Illinois at Chicago
February 2001 Dottorato di Ricerca in Matematica, Università di Genova
February 1996 Laurea in Matematica (summa cum laude), Università di Milano
Appointments
2017-present Assistant Department Chair, University of Utah
2014-present Professor, University of Utah
2009-2014 Associate Professor, University of Utah
2005-2009 Assistant Professor, University of Utah
2002-2005 T. H. Hildebrandt Research Assistant Professor, University of Michigan
Visiting Positions
05/11-06/11 Visiting Professor, École Normale Supérieure
05/09-07/09 Visiting Scholar, Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu
01/09-05/09 Research Member, Mathematical Science Reserach Institute
May 2005 Visiting Scholar, Università di Genova
09/05-04/06 Member, Institute for Advanced Study
09/99-12/99 Visiting Research Assistant, University of Hong Kong
Personal Grants and Honors
2017-2021 NSF Grant DMS-1700769
2014-2017 NSF Grant DMS-1402907
2012-2013 Simons Fellow in Mathematics
2009-2014 NSF CAREER Grant DMS-0847059
2009 Fellowship, Foundation Sciences Mathématiques de Paris
2005-2011 John E. and Marva M. Warnock Presidential Endowed Chair for Faculty Development, University of Utah
2005 Fellowship, Istituto Nazionale di Alta Matematica
2005-2008 NSF Grant DMS-0548325
2005-2006 NSF Grant DMS-0111298
2002-2005 Rackham Research Grant, University of Michigan
2002 Rackham Faculty Summer Fellowship, University of Michigan
2000-2001 University Fellowship, University of Illinois at Chicago
1996-2000 Doctoral Scholarship, Università di Genova
Other Grants
2015 NSF Grant 1447423, 2015 AMS Summer Institute in Algebraic Geometry, Co-PI
2015 NSA Grant H98230-15-1-0225, AMS Summer Institute in Algebraic Geometry, PI
2013–2018 NSF RTG Grant DMS-1246989, Algebraic Geometry and Topology at the University of Utah, Co-PI & Co-Director
2013-2016 NSF FRG Grant DMS-1265285, Collaborative grant: Birational geometry and singularities in zero and positive characteristic, Co-PI