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Kyle Broder

I am a postdoctoral research fellow in pure mathematics at The University of Queensland, funded by an ARC discovery grant held by Artem Pulemotov, Wolfgang Ziller, and Mark Gould. Before coming to UQ, I was a PhD student at The Australian National University and Beijing University under the supervision of Benjamin Andrews and Gang Tian. 


My research interests include:

  • Kobayashi hyperbolic and Oka manifolds. 

  • Hermitian and Kähler geometry, including the Kähler--Ricci flow and Kähler--Einstein metrics.

  • Complex Monge--Ampère equations and pluripotential theory.

  • Algebraic and Differential Geometry. In particular, curvature aspects and moduli theory.

More details can be found on my research page or my list of publications and talks. 

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