Gianmarco Molino

I’m a doctoral candidate studying mathematics at the University of Connecticut under the supervision of Fabrice Baudoin.

I study differential geometry; my focus is on sub-Riemannian geometry, index theory, stochastic analysis, and the intersection of these fields.

On the blog page, I post some notes on my research, comments about conferences I’ve had the opportunity to attend, as well as expository and lecture notes. Please feel welcome to leave comments; you can also subscribe to periodically receive emails when new posts go up.

The research page is a compilation of the various talks I’ve given, conferences I’ve attended, and papers I’ve written, among other things.

The teaching page is a short list of past classes I’ve taught, as well as an expanding list of resources for students.


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