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February 2020

Professor Finnur Larusson

Associate Professor in Pure Mathematics

Office: 649 | Telephone: +61 8 8313 3528 | Personal homepage

Academic duties

Convenor of Undergraduate Seminars
Member of the Library Committee

Honours supervision

Thesis titleStudentGraduation
Belyi's theorem 2011
The Oka Principle for Riemann SurfacesMichael Albanese2010
Complex tori Michael Foster2008
The presheaf category of Dessins d'Enfants Patrick Coleman2008
WaveletsFergus Mills2006
Shabat polynomials Edward Watts2006

Master of Philosophy supervision

Thesis titleStudentGraduation
Oka theory of Riemann surfaces

Doctor of Philosophy supervision

Thesis titleStudentGraduation
Acyclic embeddings of open Riemann surfaces into elliptic manifoldsTyson Ritter2011
Spaces of holomorphic maps in Oka theoryAlexander Hanysz
Transcendental methods in complex geometryDamien Warman

Research interests

Research interestGroup
Complex analysisGeometry
Complex analytic and algebraic geometryGeometry
Applied homotopy theoryGeometry

Research seminars

Four classes of complex manifoldsDifferential Geometry Seminar
The limits of proofUndergraduate Seminar
Infinite numbers: what are they and what are they good for?Undergraduate Seminar
Deformations of Oka manifoldsDifferential Geometry Seminar
Oka theory of blow-upsDifferential Geometry Seminar
Plurisubharmonic subextensions as envelopes of disc functionalsDifferential Geometry Seminar
Holomorphic flexibility properties of compact complex surfacesDifferential Geometry Seminar
An Oka principle for equivariant isomorphismsDifferential Geometry Seminar
Oka properties of groups of holomorphic and algebraic automorphisms of complex affine spaceDifferential Geometry Seminar
The limits of proof Undergraduate Seminar
Gromov's method of convex integration and applications to minimal surfacesDifferential Geometry Seminar
The parametric h-principle for minimal surfaces in R^n and null curves in C^nDifferential Geometry Seminar
An equivariant parametric Oka principle for bundles of homogeneous spacesDifferential Geometry Seminar
Chaos in higher-dimensional complex dynamicsDifferential Geometry Seminar