Shira Tanny

TelAviv University
Shira Tanny
School of Mathematical Sciences
Sackler Faculty of Exact Sciences
TelAviv University
Email:
"my last name"."my first name" at gmail
About me
I am a Ph.D. candidate in Symplectic Geometry under the supervision of Prof.
Lev Buhovski
and Prof.
Leonid Polterovich
.
I completed my master's degree at Weizmann Institute. My advisor was Prof.
Sergei Yakovenko
.
My CV can be found
Here.
Papers and Preprints
A max inequality for spectral invariants of disjointly supported Hamiltonians.
PREPRINT (2021).
Floer theory of disjointly supported Hamiltonians on symplectically aspherical manifolds.
Joint with
Yaniv Ganor
.
PREPRINT (2020).
Applications of Grothendieck`s inequality to linear symplectic geometry.
Joint with Efim Gluskin.
Ann. Math. Québec (2020).
Poisson Brackets of Partitions of Unity on Surfaces.
Joint with
Lev Buhovski
and Aleksandr Logunov.
Commentarii Mathematici Helvetici, Volume 95, Issue 2 (2020): 247278.
On Local Weyl Equivalence of Higher Order Fuchsian Equations.
Joint with
Sergei Yakovenko
.
Arnold Mathematical Journal 1.2 (2015): 141170.
Algebraic geometry of Abel differential equation.
Joint with Yonathan Shelah,
Clara Shikhelman
and
Yosef Yomdin
.
Revista de la Real Academia de Ciencias Exactas, Fisicas y Naturales. Serie A. Matematicas 108.1 (2014): 193210.
Teaching
I am a teaching assistant at Tel Aviv University. List of courses:
Algebraic Topology
03664903
Fall 2021.
Calculus 2
03661102
Spring 2021, Spring 2020, Fall 2020, Spring 2019, Spring 2018, Spring 2017.
Differential Geometry
03662219
Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Fall 2017.
Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable
03662123
Fall 2019.
(at Weizmann Institute) Differential Topology
Fall 2014.
Notes and Slides
Floer theory of disjointly supported Hamiltonians:
Slides from a 20minutes talk at the
Symplectic Zoominar.
Capacities from S1equivriant symplectic homology:
Notes for a talk I gave in a reading seminar, following a paper by GuttHutchings.
Others
I am organizing the
symplectic students seminar
at Tel Aviv University. If you wish to participate or offer a talk, simply send me an email.
A sphere helping a Floer trajectory cross a barricade (or, why my project with Yaniv Ganor is restricted to aspherical manifolds):