Department of Mathematics
University of Chicago
5734 S. University Avenue
Chicago, IL 60637
I am a third-year postdoc at the University of Chicago. Before, I was a graduate student of Professor Søren Galatius
in Stanford. I am interested in areas of homotopy theory related to low-dimensional topology and algebraic geometry, particularly in the cohomology of moduli spaces and classifying spaces.
- Galatius, S, Grigoriev I., and Randal-Willliams, O. Tautological rings for high dimensional manifolds, in preparation.
- Grigoriev I. Relations among characteristic classes of manifold bundles, submitted (arxiv).
There is also a 30-minute video introduction to these results, courtesy of the "Cohomological methods in geometric group theory" program at the Banff Internation Research Station, Canada.
- Grigoriev I., Ince N., Catalin Iordan, M., Lubin A., Silva C. On μ-compatible metrics and measurable sensitivity, Colloquium Math 126 (2012), 53-72 (journal, arxiv)