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Christopher H. Cashen

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Fakultät für Mathematik
Universität Wien
Oskar-Morgenstern-Platz 1
1090 Vienna, Austria
Email: christopher DOT cashen AT univie.ac.at
Office: 2.130

I am a postdoc in the Geometric and Analytic Group Theory group at the University of Vienna.

Curriculum Vitae

Papers

  1. Computing the Maximum Slope Invariant in Tubular Groups, preprint, arXiv:1001.0086, (2009).
  2. Quasi-isometries Between Tubular Groups, Groups, Geometry and Dynamics 4 (2010) no. 3, 473--516, doi:10.4171/GGD/92 arXiv:0707.1502.
  3. Line Patterns in Free Groups (w/ Nataša Macura), Geometry & Topology, 15 (2011), no. 3, 1419--1475, doi:10.2140/gt.2011.15.1419, arXiv:1006.2123.
  4. Splitting Line Patterns in Free Groups, preprint, arXiv:1009.2492, (2011).
  5. A Geometric Proof of the Structure Theorem for Cyclic Splittings of Free Groups, preprint, arXiv:1208:3652, (2012).
  6. Growth Tight Actions (w/ Goulnara N. Arzhantseva and Jing Tao), preprint, arXiv:1401.0499, (2013).
  7. Quasi-isometry Invariants from Decorated Trees of Cylinders of Two-Ended JSJ Decompositions, preprint, arXiv:1403.2865, (2014).
  8. Growth Tight Actions of Product Groups (w/ Jing Tao), preprint, arXiv:1404.4335, (2014).
  9. Virtual Geometricity is Rare (w/ Jason F. Manning), preprint, arXiv:1407.7834, (2014).
  10. virtuallygeometric (w/ Jason F. Manning), Computer Program, (2014).
  11. Mapping Tori of Polynomially Growing Free Group Automorphisms (w/ Nataša Macura), in preparation, (2014).
  12. Quasi-isometry machine machines for groups admitting certain cyclic JSJ-decompositions, in preparation, (2014).

Other Stuff

Slides from Line Patterns talk, Joint Meetings 2011

Teaching

I am not currently teaching. Visit my teaching page from Utah instead.

Thanks

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  European Research Council Supported by the European Research Council (ERC) grant of Goulnara ARZHANTSEVA,
"ANALYTIC" grant agreement n°259527.
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