Ronno Das
I am a second year PhD student at the University of Chicago, working with Benson Farb. I completed my masters and bachelors degrees at Chennai Mathematical Institute, India. My interests are in Geometry and Topology, specifically configuration spaces and other spaces of polynomials.
More details are in my complete CV.
current
office
E 2A, Eckhart Hall basement
hours: Monday 2:30–4:00 PM and Wednesday 3:30–5:00 PM
MATH 13100 Section 44 (Autumn 17)
Elementary Functions and Calculus 1
classes scheduled on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 11:30–12:20 AM, in Stuart 104
see canvas for more details
contact
ronno@math.uchicago.edu  
Department of Mathematics
University of Chicago 5734 S University Ave Chicago, IL 60637, USA 

E 2A, Eckhart Hall basement  
+1 (872) 2228576 
publications

Coxeter transformation groups and reflection arrangements in smooth manifolds
Ronno Das and Priyavrat Deshpande, 2015
Journal of Homotopy and Related Structures 11(3), pp. 571–597
doi; arxiv
talks

Artin groups related to reflections on manifolds
joint work with Priyavrat Deshpande
delivered at Chennai Mathematical Institute on Sep 11, 2014
slides
other writing
topic proposal
Configuration spaces and algebraic functions
discussed with Benson Farb
masters thesis
Salvetti complex construction for manifold reflection arrangements
supervised by Priyavrat Deshpande
notes

Galois theory of covers · translated from french · appendix from notes on a lecture series by Joseph Oesterlé
Thurston classification of surface automorphisms · based on the book by Casson and Bleiler
education
PhD in Mathematics (in progress)
University of Chicago 
2015 – present 
MSc in Mathematics
Chennai Mathematical Institute 
2013 – 2015 
BSc (Hons.) in Mathematics and Computer Science
Chennai Mathematical Institute 
2010 – 2013 
past teaching

teaching assistant/tutor

2017 spring · MATH 27400 Introduction to Differentiable Manifolds and Integration on Manifolds taught by André Neves · University of Chicago

2017 winter · MATH 27200 Basic Functional Analysis taught by Carlos Kenig · University of Chicago

2016 autumn · MATH 24400 Introduction to Algebraic Geometry taught by Benson Farb · University of Chicago

2015 spring · Topics in Topology taught by Priyavrat Deshpande · Chennai Mathematical Institute

2014 fall · Algebraic Topology taught by Priyavrat Deshpande · Chennai Mathematical Institute

2014 fall · Mathematical Logic taught by K Narayan Kumar · Chennai Mathematical Institute

2014 summer · Differential Topology · Annual Foundational School II, Kerala School of Mathematics

2014 spring · Topology taught by V Balaji · Chennai Mathematical Institute

2013 fall · Algebra I taught by Shiva Shankar · Chennai Mathematical Institute

2012 spring · Advanced Programming (Python) taught by Madhavan Mukund · Chennai Mathematical Institute
mentored in directed reading program

2016 autumn · Erik Hupp · reading from "Differential Forms in Algebraic Topology" by Bott and Tu
mentored REU students

2017 summer · Jackson Dougherty · Some applications of the Borsuk–Ulam theorem

2017 summer · Jasmine Katz · Brouwer's fixed point theorem

2017 summer · Anubhav Nanavaty · A brief introduction to differential forms in R^{n} and the Gauss–Bonnet theorem in R^{3}

2016 summer · Mayanka Dutta · An overview of spectral graph theory with applications

2016 summer · Julian Salazar · The representability hierarchy and Hilbert’s 13th problem

2016 summer · Hannah Santa Cruz · A survey on the monodromy of algebraic functions

2016 summer · Squid TamarMattis · Planar graphs and Wagner’s and Kuratowski’s theorems

et cetera
tshirt designs
png files with background · unnecessarily high resolution so imgur some times misbehaves
most of my tshirts are of my own design, though the jokes are often not original, collected in one place by popular demand
ask me if you want them in svg or with a transparent background
beer skits
annual comedy show written and performed by the second year graduate students
YouTube playlist for beer skits 2017
git repositories
pizza seminar
weekly seminar (and pizza) for graduate students organized by second years
schedule and abstracts