# Martin Palmer-Anghel

**NOTE:** I have moved to *IMAR* (the Mathematical Institute of the Romanian Academy) — please see my main website at mdp.ac.

I am a postdoctoral researcher, working with Carl-Friedrich Bödigheimer, in the topology group of the University of Bonn.

Previously: From October 2015 to September 2016 I was in the Algebraic Topology group of Lionel Schwartz in the Laboratoire Analyse, Géométrie et Applications at Université Paris 13. From 2013 to September 2015 I was a postdoc at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, in the research group of Michael Weiss. Until March 2013 I was a PhD student in the Topology group at the University of Oxford, under the supervision of Ulrike Tillmann.

### Research interests

My research interests are in algebraic and geometric topology, so far focusing on different kinds of configuration spaces and moduli spaces of submanifolds (in particular also braid groups and mapping class groups), and the phenomenon of homological stability.

My main website is mdp.ac.

My CV is here.

### Note

Until August 2017, my last name was Palmer; since then, it is Palmer-Anghel. However, for the sake of consistency, I continue to use just the first half for publications.

### Publications

- Triple-crossing number and moves on triple-crossing link diagrams – with Colin Adams and Jim Hoste

To appear in Journal of Knot Theory and Its Ramifications

arXiv: abs – pdf - Twisted homological stability for configuration spaces

Homology, Homotopy and Applications vol. 20 no. 2 (2018) pp. 145-178

arXiv: abs – pdf - On homological stability for configuration spaces on closed background manifolds – with Federico Cantero

Documenta Mathematica vol. 20 (2015) pp. 753-805

arXiv: abs – pdf - A twisted homology fibration criterion and the twisted group-completion theorem – with Jeremy Miller

The Quarterly Journal of Mathematics vol. 66 no. 1 (2015) pp. 265-284

arXiv: abs – pdf - Scanning for oriented configuration spaces – with Jeremy Miller

Homology, Homotopy and Applications vol. 17 no. 1 (2015) pp. 35-66

arXiv: abs – pdf - Homological stability for oriented configuration spaces

Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 365 (2013) pp. 3675-3711

arXiv: abs – pdf

### Preprints

- A unified functorial construction of homological representations of families of groups – with Arthur Soulié

arXiv: abs – pdf - Homological stability for moduli spaces of disconnected submanifolds, II - Symmetric diffeomorphism groups and parametrised connected sum

arXiv: abs – pdf - Homological stability for moduli spaces of disconnected submanifolds, I

arXiv: abs – pdf - A comparison of twisted coefficient systems

arXiv: abs – pdf

### Teaching

- In SoSe 2019 I ran a Bachelor seminar on Braid groups and configuration spaces.
- In WiSe 2018/19 I lectured the course Algebraic Topology I.
- In SoSe 2018 I ran a Bachelor/Master seminar on Morse theory and the h-cobordism theorem.
- In WiSe 2017/18 I was the
*Assistent*for the course Einführung in die Algebra, lectured by Prof. Catharina Stroppel, and I was jointly running the Bachelor seminar on Riemann Surfaces with Prof. C.-F. Bödigheimer. - In SoSe 2017 I lectured the course Advanced Topics in Topology – Exotic spheres. (See also the official course webpage in basis.)
- In WiSe 2016/17 I was the
*Assistent*and an*Übungsgruppenleiter*for the course Topologie I, lectured by Prof. C.-F. Bödigheimer.

### Contact

Mathematisches Institut,

Universität Bonn,

Endenicher Allee 60,

53115 Bonn,

Germany

Office: 4.019

Tel.: +49 228 73-5288

Main website: mdp.ac

Email: palmer_at_math.uni-bonn.de

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