# Publications

We define an algebraic set in 23-dimensional projective space whose ℚ-rational points correspond to meromorphic, antisymmetric, paramodular Borcherds products. We know two lines inside this algebraic set. Some rational points on these lines give holomorphic Borcherds products and thus construct examples of Siegel modular forms on degree 2 paramodular groups. Weight 3examples provide antisymmetric canonical differential forms on Siegel modular three-folds. Weight 2 is the minimal weight and these examples, via the paramodular conjecture, give evidence for the modularity of some rank 1 abelian surfaces defined over ℚ.

We describe the basic cohomology ring of the canonical holomorphic foliation on a moment-angle manifold, LVMB-manifold, or any complex manifold with a maximal holomorphic torus action. Namely, we show that the basic cohomology has a description similar to the cohomology ring of a complete simplicial toric variety due to Danilov and Jurkiewicz. This settles a question of Battaglia and Zaffran, who previously computed the basic Betti numbers for the canonical holomorphic foliation in the case of a shellable fan. Our proof uses an Eilenberg–Moore spectral sequence argument; the key ingredient is the formality of the Cartan model for the torus action on a moment-angle manifold. We develop the concept of transverse equivalence as an important tool for studying smooth and holomorphic foliated manifolds. For an arbitrary complex manifold with a maximal torus action, we show that it is transverse equivalent to a moment-angle manifold and therefore has the same basic cohomology.

We prove that if a smooth variety with non-positive canonical class can be embedded into a weighted projective space of dimension *n* as a well formed complete intersection and it is not an intersection with a linear cone therein, then the weights of the weighted projective space do not exceed *n*+1. Based on this bound we classify all smooth Fano complete intersections of dimensions 4 and 5, and compute their invariants.

Given a symmetric monoidal (∞,2)-category ℰ we promote the trace construction to a functor. We then apply this formalism to the case when ℰ is the (∞,2)-category of k-linear presentable categories which in combination of various calculations in the setting of derived algebraic geometry gives a categorical proof of the classical Atiyah-Bott formula (also known as the Holomorphic Lefschetz fixed point formula).

We disprove two (unpublished) conjectures of Kontsevich which state generalized versions of categorical Hodge-to-de Rham degeneration for smooth and for proper DG categories (but not smooth and proper, in which case degeneration is proved by Kaledin (in: Algebra, geometry, and physics in the 21st century. Birkhäuser/Springer, Cham, pp 99–129, 2017). In particular, we show that there exists a minimal 10-dimensional A∞-algebra over a field of characteristic zero, for which the supertrace of μ3 on the second argument is non-zero. As a byproduct, we obtain an example of a homotopically finitely presented DG category (over a field of characteristic zero) that does not have a smooth categorical compactification, giving a negative answer to a question of Toën. This can be interpreted as a lack of resolution of singularities in the noncommutative setup. We also obtain an example of a proper DG category which does not admit a categorical resolution of singularities in the terminology of Kuznetsov and Lunts (Int Math Res Not 2015(13):4536–4625, 2015) (that is, it cannot be embedded into a smooth and proper DG category).

For a variety *𝑋*, a big *ℚ*-divisor *𝐿* and a closed connected subgroup *𝐺*⊂Aut(*𝑋*,*𝐿*) we define a *𝐺*-invariant version of the *𝛿*-threshold. We prove that for a Fano variety (*𝑋*,−*𝐾_**𝑋*) and a connected subgroup *𝐺*⊂Aut(*𝑋*) this invariant characterizes *𝐺*-equivariant uniform *𝐾*-stability. We also use this invariant to investigate *𝐺*-equivariant *𝐾*-stability of some Fano varieties with large groups of symmetries, including spherical Fano varieties. We also consider the case of *𝐺* being a finite group.

We determine the structure of the bigraded ring of weak Jacobi forms with integral Fourier coefficients. This ring is the target ring of a map generalising the Witten and elliptic genera and a partition function of (0, 2)-model in string theory. We also determine the structure of the graded ring of all weakly holomorphic Jacobi forms of weight zero and integral index with integral Fourier coefficients. These forms are the data for Borcherds products for the Siegel paramodular groups.

We give lower bounds for Hodge numbers of smooth well formed Fano weighted complete intersections. In particular, we compute their Hodge level, that is, the maximal distance between non-trivial Hodge numbers in the same row of the Hodge diamond. This allows us to classify varieties whose Hodge numbers are like that of a projective space, of a curve, or of a Calabi–Yau variety of low dimension.

In this paper, we prove that the bounded derived category D-coh(b) (Y) of coherent sheaves on a separated scheme Y of finite type over a field k of characteristic zero is homotopically finitely presented. This confirms a conjecture of Kontsevich. We actually prove a stronger statement: D-coh(b) (Y) is equivalent to a DG quotient D-coh(b) ((Y) over tilde)/T, where (Y) over tilde is some smooth and proper variety, and the subcategory T is generated by a single object. The proof uses categorical resolution of singularities of Kuznetsov and Lunts [KL], and a theorem of Orlov [Or1] stating that the class of geometric smooth and proper DG categories is stable under gluing. We also prove the analogous result for Z/2-graded DG categories of coherent matrix factorizations on such schemes. In this case instead of D-coh(b) ((Y) over tilde) we have a semi-orthogonal gluing of a finite number of DG categories of matrix factorizations on smooth varieties, proper over A(k)(1).

We give a brief account of the key properties of elliptic hypergeometric integrals --- a relatively recently discovered top class of transcendental special functions of hypergeometric type. In particular, we describe an elliptic generalization of Euler?s and Selberg?s beta integrals, elliptic analogue of the Euler-Gauss hypergeometric function and some multivariable elliptic hypergeometric functions on root systems. The elliptic Fourier transformation and corresponding integral Bailey lemma technique is outlined together with a connection to the star-triangle relation and Coxeter relations for a permutation group. We review also the interpretation of elliptic hypergeometric integrals as superconformal indices of four dimensional supersymmetric quantum field theories and corresponding applications to Seiberg type dualities.

Abstract This mini course is an additional part to my semester course on the theory of Jacobi modular forms given at the mathematical department of NRU HSE in Moscow (see Gritsenko Jacobi modular forms: 30 ans après; COURSERA (12 lectures and seminars), 2017–2019). This additional part contains some applications of Jacobi modular forms to the theory of elliptic genera and Witten genus. The subject of this course is related to my old talk given in Japan (see Gritsenko (Proc Symp “Automorphic forms and L-functions” 1103:71–85, 1999)).

We introduce an odd supersymmetric version of the Kronecker elliptic function. It satisfies the genus one Fay identity and supersymmetric version of the heat equation. As an application, we construct odd supersymmetric extensions of the elliptic *R*-matrices, which satisfy the classical and the associative Yang–Baxter equations.

We study a general ansatz for an odd supersymmetric version of the Kronecker elliptic function, which satisfies the genus one Fay identity. The obtained result is used for construction of the odd supersymmetric analogue for the classical and quantum elliptic *R*-matrices. They are shown to satisfy the classical Yang–Baxter equation and the associative Yang–Baxter equation. The quantum Yang–Baxter equation is discussed as well. It acquires additional term in the case of supersymmetric *R*-matrices.

We describe the orthogonal to the group of principal ideles with respect to the global tame symbol pairing on the group of ideles of a smooth projective algebraic curve over a field.

This book offers an introduction to the research in several recently discovered and actively developing mathematical and mathematical physics areas. It focuses on: 1) Feynman integrals and modular functions, 2) hyperbolic and Lorentzian Kac-Moody algebras, related automorphic forms and applications to quantum gravity, 3) superconformal indices and elliptic hypergeometric integrals, related instanton partition functions, 4) moonshine, its arithmetic aspects, Jacobi forms, elliptic genus, and string theory, and 5) theory and applications of the elliptic Painleve equation, and aspects of Painleve equations in quantum field theories. All the topics covered are related to various partition functions emerging in different supersymmetric and ordinary quantum field theories in curved space-times of different (d=2,3,…,6) dimensions. Presenting multidisciplinary methods (localization, Borcherds products, theory of special functions, Cremona maps, etc) for treating a range of partition functions, the book is intended for graduate students and young postdocs interested in the interaction between quantum field theory and mathematics related to automorphic forms, representation theory, number theory and geometry, and mirror symmetry.

Let $M_{n}(\mathbb{F})$ denote the set of square matrices of size $n$ over a field $\mathbb{F}$ with characteristics different from two. We say that the map $f: M_{n}(\mathbb{F}) \rightarrow M_{n}(\mathbb{F})$ is additive if $f(A+B) = f(A) + f(B)$ for all $A, B \in M_{n}(\mathbb{F})$. The main goal of this paper is to prove that for $n>2$ there are no additive surjective maps $T: M_{n}(\mathbb{F}) \rightarrow M_{n}(\mathbb{F})$ such that $\per(T(A)) = \det(A)$ for all $A \in M_{n}(\mathbb{F})$. Also we show that an arbitrary additive surjective map $T: M_{n}(\mathbb{F}) \rightarrow M_{n}(\mathbb{F})$ which preserves permanent is linear and thus can be completely characterized.

We establish the relation of Berenstein–Kazhdan’s decoration function and Gross–Hacking–Keel–Kontsevich’s potential on the open double Bruhat cell in the base affine space G/N of a simple, simply connected, simply laced algebraic group G. As a byproduct we derive explicit identifications of polyhedral parametrization of canonical bases of the ring of regular functions on G/N arising from the tropicalizations of the potential and decoration function with the classical string and Lusztig parametrizations. In the appendix we construct maximal green sequences for the open double Bruhat cell in G/N which is a crucial assumption for Gross– Hacking–Keel–Kontsevich’s construction