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Charanya Ravi

Theoretical Statistics and Mathematics Unit
Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore Centre
8th Mile Mysore Road
Bangalore 560059
Office: S1
Email: charanya.ravi[at] isibang[dot] ac[dot]in

I am an assistant professor of mathematics at the Theoretical Statistics and Mathematics Unit of the Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore Centre.

Broadly, my area of research interest is algebraic geometry. I am particularly interested in algebraic K-theory, algebraic cycles and motives in the context of algebraic stacks and equivariant algebraic geometry. I am currently working on problems related to cohomology of algebraic stacks.

Short CV

Dec 2022–Present Assistant Professor, Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore, India
Jan 2022–Dec 2022 Postdoctoral Researcher, Max Planck Institute for Mathematics, Bonn, Germany, Mentor: Prof. Dr. Peter Scholze
Sep 2018–Dec 2021 Postdoctoral Researcher, SFB Higher invariants, University of Regensburg, Germany, Research group: Prof. Dr. Ulrich Bunke
Sep 2016–Aug 2018 Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Oslo, Norway RCN Frontier Research Group Project Motivic Hopf equations, Principal Investigator: Prof. Paul Arne Østvær
Jul 2016–Aug 2016 Visiting fellow, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India
Jul 2011–Jul 2016 Ph.D. in Mathematics, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India, Advisor: Prof. Amalendu Krishna
Jul 2009–May 2011 Master of Mathematics, Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore, India
Jul 2006–Jul 2009 B.Sc. in Mathematics, Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India


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Publications and Preprints

Conferences and Seminars

13–17 Mar 2023 Algebraic cycles, Motives and K-theory, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai
12 May 2023 Women in Mathematics Day, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
3–7 Jul 2023 Workshop on Motivic and non-commutative aspects of enumerative geometry, Conference on Homotopy theory, K-theory and trace methods in honour of Bjørn Dundas’ 60th birthday, Radboud University, Nijmegen
10–14 Jul 2023 A festival remembering Victor Snaith: Topology, Number theory and Interactions, University of Bristol
10–21 Jul 2023 Summer school on recent advances in algebraic K-theory, IHES
15–21 Sep 2023 Arithmetic and algebraic geometry seminar, Harish-Chandra Research Institute
27 Oct 2023 Seminar on arithmetic geometry, TU Darmstadt (Online)
4–16 Dec 2023 Advanced Training in Mathematics Schools: Hochschild Homology, IISER Kolkata
15 Dec 2023 Algebraic geometry seminar, Academia Sinica, Taipei
26 Feb–01 Mar 2024 Nearby cycles and derived geometry, University of Regensburg
18–22 Mar 2024 Motives in Mainz, University of Mainz
3–13 Jun 2024 Regulators V, University of Pisa
7–27 Jul 2024 Summer session on motivic homotopy, IAS/Park City Mathematics Institute
22–26 Jul 2024 Workshop on moduli spaces, virtual invariants and shifted symplectic structures 2024, KIAS, Seoul
25–30 Aug 2024 Enumerative Geometry Beyond Spaces, Banff Centre, Alberta
04–08 Nov 2024 Motivic homotopy in interaction, CIRM Luminy