## Vesna StojanoskaEmail: my first name AT illinois.eduOffice: 323 Illini Phone: (217) 265-0883 |

I am an Assistant Professor in UIUC's Department of Mathematics. Previously, I was

- Advanced Researcher at the MPIM in Bonn (Germany), 2014-2015,
- Viterbi Postdoctoral Scholar at MSRI during the Topology program in Spring 2014,
- C.L.E. Moore Instructor at MIT, 2011-2014,
- Graduate student at Northwestern University, working with Paul Goerss.

My research is in stable homotopy theory, and mostly revolves around topological modular forms, duality, or both. I also have an interest in the application of homotopy theory to studying obstructions for the existence of rational points on varieties.

Here is my CV, updated January 2020.

Winter 2019 Midwest Topology Seminar, February 23, 2019, at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.

Co-organized with Dominic Culver, Jeremiah Heller, and Charles Rezk.

Mini-Workshop: Chromatic Phenomena and Duality in Homotopy Theory and Representation Theory, March 4-10, 2018, at the Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach.

Co-organized with Tobias Barthel and Henning Krause.

Homotopy theory: tools and applications, July 17-21, 2017, at the University of Illinois.

Co-organized with Daniel Davis, Mark W. Johnson, and Charles Rezk.

Conference on invertible objects and duality in derived algebraic geometry and homotopy theory, April 3-7, 2017, at the University of Regensburg.

Co-organized with Paul Goerss, Akhil Mathew, Thomas Nikolaus, and Justin Noel.

*Invertible K(2)-Local E-Modules in C _{4}-Spectra.*

with Agnès Beaudry, Irina Bobkova, and Mike Hill

*Constructing the determinant sphere using a Tate twist.*

with Tobias Barthel, Agnès Beaudry, and Paul Goerss

*Gross-Hopkins Duals of Higher Real K-theory Spectra.* Trans. Amer. Math. Soc., 372(5):3347-3368, 2019.

with Tobias Barthel and Agnès Beaudry

*Anderson and Gorenstein duality.* Geometric and topological aspects of the representation theory of finite groups, 105-130, Springer Proc. Math. Stat., 242, Springer, Cham, 2018.

with John Greenlees

*Motivic homotopical Galois extensions*. Topology Appl. 235 (2018), 290-338.

with Agnès Beaudry, Kathryn Hess, Magdalena Kedziorek, and Mona Merling

*The Galois action and cohomology of a relative homology group of Fermat Curves*. J. Algebra 505 (2018), 33-69.

with Rachel Davis, Rachel Pries, and Kirsten Wickelgren

*Picard groups of higher real K-theory spectra at height p-1*. Compos. Math. 153 (2017), no. 9, 1820-1854.

with Drew Heard and Akhil Mathew

*On the ring of cooperations for 2-primary connective topological modular forms*. J. Topol., 12(2):577-657, 2019.

with Mark Behrens, Kyle Ormsby, and Nat Stapleton

*Galois action on the homology of Fermat curves*. Directions in number theory, 57-86, Assoc. Women Math. Ser., 3, Springer, 2016.

with Rachel Davis, Rachel Pries, and Kirsten Wickelgren

*The Picard group of topological modular forms via descent theory*. Geom. Topol. 20 (2016), no. 6, 3133-3217.

with Akhil Mathew

*Fibers of partial totalizations of a pointed cosimplicial space*. Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 144 (2016), no. 1, 445-458.

with Akhil Mathew

* Classification of problematic subgroups of U(n)*. Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 371 (2019), no. 10, 6739-6777.

with Julie Bergner, Ruth Joachimi, Kathryn Lesh, and Kirsten Wickelgren

*K-theory, reality, and duality*. J. K-Theory 14 (2014), no. 3, 526-555.

with Drew Heard

* Fixed points of p-toral groups acting on partition complexes.* Women in topology: collaborations in homotopy theory, 83-96, Contemp. Math., 641, Amer. Math. Soc., Providence, RI, 2015.

with J. Bergner, R. Joachimi, K. Lesh, and K. Wickelgren

* Calculating descent for 2-primary topological modular forms.* An alpine expedition through algebraic topology, 241-258, Contemp. Math., 617, Amer. Math. Soc., Providence, RI, 2014.

* Duality for topological modular forms*. Doc. Math. 17 (2012), 271-311. *Last modified: 09/05/13*.

*Touching the Z/2 in three-dimensional rotations *, Math. Mag. 81 (2008), no. 5, 345-357.

with Orlin Stoytchev

Part I, Part II, Part III , Part IV of a lecture series at the Young Women in Topology Meeting 2012

Slides for a talk at the Special Session on Homotopy Theory at the 2012 AMS Joint Meetings

Some spectral sequences drawn using Tilman Bauer's sseq package.

Fall 2019: Math 416 and Math 526

Fall 2018: Math 595 *Nilpotence and Periodicity in Stable Homotopy Theory *

Spring 2018: Math 416

Fall 2017: Math 416 Honors and Math 526

Fall 2016: Math 402

Fall 2015: Math 402

Department of Mathematics
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