Eric J. Malm
Research Assistant Professor

On the Buller Gorge Swingbridge, New Zealand, August 2009.

From September 2010 through August 2013, I was a Research Assistant Professor at the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics at Stony Brook University. I completed my Ph.D. at the Stanford Mathematics Department under the supervision of Ralph Cohen. My interests lie in algebraic topology, homological algebra, and category theory.

Research and Papers

My academic research has focused on relating the algebraic structures of string topology to the Hochschild homology and cohomology of based loop spaces.

I also have interests in related fields, including topological field theories and higher category theory. For older research projects, please view my research webpage.


My past and upcoming teaching assignments:

Stony Brook

In June 2009, I received a Stanford University Centennial Teaching Assistant Award. For 2005–2008, I was supported by an NDSEG Fellowship and had no teaching responsibilities. For other past teaching activities, please view my teaching webpage.


Along with Dean Baskin, I co-organized the 2009–10 Student Research Colloquium, a weekly lunchtime seminar giving advanced graduate students an opportunity to present their research to a general mathematical audience.

In 2006–07, I organized the Faculty Areas of Research Seminar.

Talks and Conferences

Past and upcoming talks:

Past and upcoming conferences attended:

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Last modified: 28 Jan 2013
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