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

I am an Associate 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.

- Elizabeth Tatum, expected graduation date: May 2022
- Venkata Sai Bavisetty, expected graduation date: May 2023

I co-organize the Topology Seminar in my department.

Chromatic homotopy theory and friends, June 7-10, 2022, at the Mittag-Leffler Institute in Sweden.

Application form for participants, open until Dec 15, 2021.

Co-organized with Tilman Bauer, Agnes Beaudry, and Irina Bobkova.

Fall 2021 Midwest Topology Seminar, November 18, 2021, virtually held over zoom.

Co-organized with Mark Behrens, Robert Bruner, Paul Goerss, Dan Isaksen.

Winter/Spring 2021 Midwest Topology Seminar, April 8, 2021, virtually held over zoom.

Co-organized with Mark Behrens, Robert Bruner, Paul Goerss, Dan Isaksen.

Fall 2020 Midwest Topology Seminar, October 8, 2020, virtually held over zoom.

Co-organized with Mark Behrens, Robert Bruner, Paul Goerss, Dan Isaksen.

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.

*Dualizing spheres for compact p-adic analytic groups and duality in chromatic homotopy.*

with Agnès Beaudry, Paul Goerss, and Mike Hopkins

*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 2020: Math 416

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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