Ádám Gyenge

Department of Mathematics
University of British Columbia

Office: Leonard S. Klinck building 126 D


About me:

Since September 2016 I am a postdoctoral fellow at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. My research interest includes moduli spaces, singularity theory, Donaldson-Thomas invariants, geometric aspects of representation theory, vertex algebras and symplectic topology.

Previously, I was a PhD student in Mathematics at the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest. My advisor was András Némethi.

Before that, I studied Mathematics and Computer Science at the Technical University of Budapest. I wrote my Master thesis under the supervision of Gábor Etesi.

Further details can be found in my CV.

Summer school on the applications of étale cohomology (Budapest, 2014)

Conformal Field Theory Learning Seminar

Vector Bundles Learning Seminar




Research interests:


  1. Euler characteristics of Hilbert schemes of points on simple surface singularities (with B. Szendrői and A. Némethi) [ arXiv:1512.06848 ]
Published articles:
  1. Enumeration of diagonally colored Young diagrams [ arXiv:1510.02677 ]
    Monatshefte für Mathematik (To appear)
  2. Euler characteristics of Hilbert schemes of points on surfaces with simple singularities (with B. Szendrői and A. Némethi) [ arXiv:1512.06844 ]
    International Mathematics Research Notices (To appear)
  3. Hilbert scheme of points on cyclic quotient singularities of type (p,1) [ arXiv:1603.02114 ]
    Periodica Mathematica Hungarica Volume 73, Issue 1, pp 93-99
  4. (with J. Sinkkonen and A. A. Benczúr) An efficient block model for clustering sparse graphs
    MLG 2010 - 8th International Workshop on Mining and Learning with Graphs (in conjunction with KDD 2010), 2010. pdf
  5. (with J. Parkkinen, J. Sinkkonen and S. Kaski, ) A block model suitable for sparse graphs
    MLG 2009 - 7th International Workshop on Mining and Learning with Graphs, 2009. pdf
Other publications:
  1. Hilbert schemes of points on some classes of surface singularities
    PhD thesis (mathematics), 2016. pdf
  2. On the topology of the exceptional Lie group G2
    MSc thesis (mathematics), 2011. pdf
  3. Malliavin calculus and its applications
    BSc thesis (mathematics), 2010. pdf
  4. Bayesian clustering of block structured relational data
    MSc thesis (computer science), 2009. pdf
  5. Statistical methods for the investigation of scale-free networks
    Student’s Conference of Budapest University of Technology and Economics, 2007 (in Hungarian) Paper, talk, software

Other writings:

  1. Mathematical Village in Turkey (in Hungarian), Természet Világa, 2016/9.

Contact information:

agyenge (at) math (dot) ubc (dot) ca