I am a Hermann-Weyl-Instructor at Institute for Mathematical Research (FIM) of ETH Zürich since September 2022, where my mentor is Paul Biran.

Previously, I was a CRM postdoctoral fellow at CRM of Université de Montréal during 2021-2022, where my mentors were Octav Cornea and Egor Shelukhin. I did my graduate studies at École Normale Supérieure, Paris (ENS) and received my PhD in mathematics in 2021 under the supervision of Sobhan Seyfaddini and Claude Viterbo. Before that, I was at University of Tokyo where I did my undergraduate studies.

Contact: yusuke.kawamoto(at)math.ethz.ch

(You can write to me in EN/FR/JP)

Phone: +41 44 632 9448

Institute for Mathematical Research (FIM)/ Group 6, Department of Mathematics,

Address: HG G 36.1 Rämistrasse 101, 8092 Zürich Switzerland

Research interests: Symplectic topology and its interaction with algebraic geometry, dynamical systems, etc.

Papers:

Spectral invariants over the integers (with Egor Shelukhin), arXiv:2310.19033

Isolated hypersurface singularities, spectral invariants, and quantum cohomology, arXiv:2304.01847

Hofer geometry via toric degeneration, arXiv:2210.14726, to appear in Math. Ann.

Homogeneous quasimorphisms, C^0-topology and Lagrangian intersection, arXiv:2006.07844, Comment. Math. Helv. 97 (2022), no. 2, pp. 209–254

On C^0-continuity of the spectral norm for symplectically non-aspherical manifolds, arXiv:1905.07809 , Int. Math. Res. Not. IMRN, Volume 2022, Issue 21, November 2022, Pages 17187–17230

Link to my Google Scholar.