Tatiana Ezubova

Research Assistant Affiliation: NYU Abu Dhabi
Education: BA New York University; MSc University of Bonn

Research Areas: Algebraic Topology; Homotopy theory

In 2020, Tatiana Ezubova graduated from New York University with a degree in Mathematics, summa cum laude. She has spent a year as an intern at the Institute of Science and Technology in Austria in Professor Herbert Edelsbrunner's group, working on weighted Poisson-Delaunay mosaics and collapsibility of random acyclic complexes. Tatiana completed her Master's degree at the University of Bonn in 2022, writing her Master's thesis on equivariant stable homotopy theory under the supervision of Professor Stefan Schwede. Throughout her education, she has dedicated much time to teaching advanced mathematics to high school students. Her interests lie in the broad area of algebraic topology and category theory, particularly in stable and unstable homotopy theory. At NYUAD, she works on equivariant rational homotopy theory.