# Jingchen Niu

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Office: Math Bldg Rm 314

E-mail: jniu [at] math [dot] arizona [dot] edu

Algebraic Geometry Seminar: calendar

## Research Interests

Algebraic geometry and symplectic topology, including the study of moduli spaces, birational geometry, enumerative geometry, and the Gromov-Witten theory.

## Recent Talk Notes

- Nov. 20, 2020, Geometry Seminar, University of Kansas
- Nov. 17, 2020, Working seminar on smooth compactifications and bChow intersections via blowups/subdivisions, University of Bonn

## Publications and Preprints

- A theory of stacks with twisted fields and resolution of moduli of genus two stable maps

joint with Y. Hu, 37 pages, 5 figures, arXiv:2005.03384
- Moduli of curves of genus one with twisted fields

joint with Y. Hu, 23 pages, 2 figures, arXiv:1906.10527
- Genus two stable maps, local equations and modular resolutions

joint with Y. Hu and J. Li, 84 pages, 7 figures, arXiv:1201.2427v3
- Lower bounds for enumerative counts of positive-genus real curves

joint with A. Zinger, 3 figures, 2 tables, Adv. Math. 339 (2018), 191-247

Appendix, 121 pages, 316 diagrams

Poster for AGNES at Brown University, 2015
- Refined convergence for genus-two pseudo-holomorphic maps

Ph.D. Thesis, Stony Brook 2016, 87 pages, 6 figures

## In Preparation

- A sharp compactness theorem for genus-two pseudo-holomorphic maps

in writing