Robert Lipshitz

I have advised the following Ph.D. students:

  • Corrin Clarkson. Ph.D., Columbia University, 2014.
    • Thesis: Three Manifold Mutations Detected by Heegaard Floer Homology.
    • Currently a Zorn Postdoctoral Fellow at the Univeristy of Indiana.
  • Jonathan Hanselman. Ph.D., Columbia University, 2014.
    • Thesis: Bordered Heegaard Floer homology and graph manifolds.
    • Currently an Instructor at UT Austin.
  • Jonathan Hales. Ph.D., Stony Brook University, 2013. Co-advised with O. Plamanevskaya.
    • Thesis: Exotic Four-Manifolds, Corks, and Heegaard Floer Homology.
    • Currently a Quantitative Trader at Manchester Trading.
  • Kristen Hendricks. Ph.D., Columbia University, 2013. Co-advised with P. Ozsváth.
    • Thesis: Localization and Heegaard Floer Homology.
    • Currently an Assistant Professor at Michigan State.
  • Ina Petkova. Ph.D., Columbia University, 2012. Co-advised with P. Ozsváth and D. Thurston
    • Thesis: Bordered Heegaard Floer homology, Satellites, and Decategorification.
    • Currently an Assistant Professor at Dartmouth University.
  • Mike Wong. Ph.D., Columbia University, 2017. Co-advised with P. Ozsváth.
    • Thesis: An unoriented skein relation for tangle Floer homology.
    • Currently a Postdoctoral Researcher at Louisiana State University.

I have advised the following Master's Degree students:

  • Jacqueline Stone, M.S., University of North Carolina, 2013.
    • Master's project: Algebraic Topology from the Perspective of Morse Homology
    • Currently the Math Learning Specialist at UNC's Learning Center.

I am currently advising the following Ph.D. students:

  • Keegan Boyle (University of Oregon).
  • Zhechi Cheng (Columbia University. Secondary advisor; primary advisor is M. Abouzaid).
  • James Cornish (Columbia University).
  • Michael Gartner (University of Oregon).
  • Jeffrey Musyt (University of Oregon).