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Prasit Bhattacharya

Department of Mathematics

University of Virginia


Contact Information:

Department of Mathematics
University of Virginia
131 Kerchoff Hall
Charlottesville, 22904
pb9wh@virginia.edu

Presently Teaching: (2:00p-3:15p MW) Linear Algebra

Office hours:

4:00p-5:30p M

Course Notes:


About Me:

I am currently a Whyburn Instructor at University of Virginia (2017-2020). Previously, I was an Visiting Assistant Professor at University of Notre Dame (2015-2017). I completed my PhD in August 2015 from Indiana University under the supervision of Michael Mandell. My area of interest is algebraic topology,specifically computational aspects of Stable Homotopy Theory. To find more about me, look into my C.V. To find more about my research please see my research statement.

Research Projects in Progress:

Preprints and publications:

  • Prasit Bhattacharya and Nicolas Ricka
    On the stable Picard groups of A(2)
    arxiv:1702.00230
  • Agnes Beaudry, Mark Behrens, Prasit Bhattacharya, Dominic Culver and Zhouli Xu.
    On the E2-page of the bo-Adams spectral sequence
    arxiv:1702.00230
  • Prasit Bhattacharya and Philip Egger
    A class of 2-local finite spectra which admit a v21-self-map at the prime 2.
    arxiv:1608.06250
  • Prasit Bhattacharya.
    Higher Associativity of Moore Spectra.
    arxiv:1607.02702
  • Prasit Bhattacharya, Philip Egger and Mark Mahowald.
    On the periodic v2 self-map of A1.
    arXiv:1406.3297 (To appear in Algebraic & Geometric Topology)
  • Outside topology:

  • Prasit Bhattacharya
    The p-adic integers as final coalgebra.
    pdf.(To appear in WOLLIC-2015)
  • Prasit Bhattacharya, Larry Moss, Robert Rose and Jayampati Ratnayake.
    Fractal Sets as Final Coalgebras Obtained by Completing an Initial Algebra.
    Article, pdf.

Courses taught in recent past:

  • SPRING 2017, Linear Algebra and Differential Equations: Course Notes: Section 01 and Section 02
  • FALL 2016, Calculus III: Course Notes: Section 03 and Section 06
  • SPRING 2016: Finite Mathematics, Calculus B
  • FALL 2015: Calculus I, Calculus III
  • SUMMER 2015, M118

Recent Talks and slides:

  • A very nice type 2 spectra pdf
    (see my C.V. )
  • Higher associativity of Moore spectra (No slides)
    (see my C.V. )
  • Higher Associativity and Moore spectra.pdf
    GSTGC 2013, Notre Dame.

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