**Email**: glen.m.wilson (at) ntnu.no

**Office**: ...

**Office hours**: By appointment

**Curriculum
Vita** (Last Updated 8/2018)

**Mathematical interests**: Algebraic topology, homotopy theory,
differential topology, algebraic geometry,

*K*-theory, category theory.

### Publications

Chu, P., Wilson, G. M., Michael, T., Vaiciunas, J., Honig, J., and
Lam, E.,

Sequence-guided approach to genotyping plant clones and
species using polymorphic NB-ARC-related genes, *Plant Molecular Biology.* (2018).

G. M. Wilson,

The eta-inverted sphere over the rationals,

*Algebraic and Geometric Topology. * 18 (2018) no. 3.

G. M. Wilson, and P. A. Østvær,

Two-complete stable motivic
stems over finite fields,

*Algebraic and Geometric Topology.*
17 (2017) no. 2, 1059--1104.

G. M. Wilson

Motivic stable stems over
finite fields. *PhD Dissertation* (2016).

G. M. Wilson and
C. T. Woodward,

Quasimap Floer Cohomology for Varying Symplectic Quotients,
Canad. J. Math.

**65**(2013), 467-480.

T. Hagedorn and
G. M. Wilson,

Symbolic computation of degree-three covariants for a binary form,
Involve, Vol. 2 (2009), No. 5, 511-532.

### Graduate school notes

• Voevodsky's P1 connectivity
theorem: These notes were written for the 2015 USC K-Theory
workshop, and discuss the motivic category of P1 spectra (presented as
bi-spectra) and the connectivity theorem of Voevodsky. I'd like to
thank Elden Elmanto and Heng Xie for their help in preparing these
notes.

• Poincaré lemma:
These are my notes for a presentation I gave in an introductory
differential geometry course taught by Prof. Chris Woodward.

• Reference sheet: I wrote these
notes while preparing for my oral qualifying exam.

•
Official oral qualifying exam syllabus. For your convenience, here
is an html version of the exam
syllabus.

### Undergraduate notes and projects

• Adjoint functors
in topology: This is an updated version of my honors paper on
adjoint functors in topology. It consists largely of expository
material on adjoint functors, but there is a proof that a certain
push-out does not exist in the category of smooth manifolds. This work
was done while taking a reading course with Dr. Carlos Alves.

• Animation1.pdf: I made this
animation as part of the DIMACS/Math REU at Rutgers in 2010 to
illustrate the various methods for showing toric fibers are
displaceable and nondisplaceable. As the animation runs, pink regions
appear in the moment map image, which means the toric fibers over
those points are displaceable. The toric fibers over the points in the
green region correspond to non-displaceable fibers. How can we
determine if the remaining toric fibers are displaceable or not? More
details can be found in the paper Quasimap Floer
Cohomology for Varying Symplectic Quotients.

• Capstone
paper: This paper was written while working with Dr. Andrew
Clifford while at TCNJ. It is an expository paper about
Σ-theory.

• Capstone
presentation: These are the slides I used for my capstone
presentation on Σ-theory.