Andrew Hanlon

304 Simons Center for Geometry and Physics

Stony Brook University

Stony Brook, NY 11794


About me

I am an RTG Postdoc at Stony Brook University Department of Mathematics and Simons Center for Geometry and Physics.

Here is my CV (Updated 8/2021).


I study symplectic topology and homological mirror symmetry. More particularly, my work focuses on Landau-Ginzburg models on the symplectic side of mirror symmetry, geometrically understanding their Fukaya categories and various functors on these categories, and relating them to algebraic geometry.

You can find a list of my publications and preprints here. I am currently working on projects, with various collaborators, on topics including tropical Lagrangian sections in mirrors to Looijenga pairs, special Lagrangians in mirrors to toric varieties, sectorial decompositions of fibers of symplectic Landau-Ginzburg models, and constructions of symplectic Landau-Ginzburg models from SYZ mirror symmetry.


In Spring 2022, I am teaching MAT 615. Here is the course website: MAT 615 site.

In Fall 2021, I taught MAT 307. Here is the course website: MAT 307 site.

In Fall 2020, I taught MAT 511 and MAT 530. Here are the course websites: MAT 511 site, MAT 530 site.

In Spring 2020, I taught MAT 362. Here is the course website: MAT 362 site.

In Fall 2019, I taught MAT 310. Here is the course website: MAT 310 site.

If you have questions about or want content from a course that I previously taught, please contact me via email.