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Mathematics
D-index
30
Citations
3,019
114
World Ranking
2749
National Ranking
1135

2014 - Fellow of the American Mathematical Society For contributions to higher-dimensional arithmetic geometry and birational geometry.

2003 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

- Pure mathematics
- Algebraic geometry
- Algebra

Brendan Hassett spends much of his time researching Pure mathematics, Mathematical analysis, Moduli space, Minimal model program and Hilbert scheme. His Pure mathematics study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Discrete mathematics. Brendan Hassett interconnects K3 surface and Brauer group in the investigation of issues within Mathematical analysis.

His work on Moduli of algebraic curves as part of general Moduli space study is frequently linked to Geometric invariant theory, bridging the gap between disciplines. He combines subjects such as Locus, Stable curve and Combinatorics with his study of Minimal model program. His research integrates issues of Cubic surface, Complete intersection, Hodge structure, Divisor and Cubic form in his study of Hilbert scheme.

- Moduli spaces of weighted pointed stable curves (278 citations)
- Special Cubic Fourfolds (220 citations)
- Brauer groups and quotient stacks (139 citations)

Brendan Hassett mainly focuses on Pure mathematics, Mathematical analysis, Moduli space, Rationality and Hilbert scheme. His research in Pure mathematics tackles topics such as Function which are related to areas like Rank. His Cubic surface research extends to Mathematical analysis, which is thematically connected.

Brendan Hassett has researched Moduli space in several fields, including Minimal model program and Gravitational singularity. The various areas that Brendan Hassett examines in his Hilbert scheme study include Hodge structure and Projective space. Brendan Hassett has included themes like Birational geometry, Symplectic representation, Type and Automorphism in his Holomorphic function study.

- Pure mathematics (69.75%)
- Mathematical analysis (23.53%)
- Moduli space (22.69%)

- Pure mathematics (69.75%)
- Rationality (20.17%)
- Algebra (14.29%)

His main research concerns Pure mathematics, Rationality, Algebra, Type and Holomorphic function. His Pure mathematics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Class and Quartic function. He studied Algebra and Discrete mathematics that intersect with Equivalence, Rational point and K3 surface.

His Holomorphic function research includes themes of Symplectic geometry and Automorphism. In Hilbert scheme, Brendan Hassett works on issues like Hodge structure, which are connected to Null vector and Prime. The Countable set study combines topics in areas such as Mathematical analysis and Cubic surface.

- Stable rationality and conic bundles (47 citations)
- Stable rationality and conic bundles (47 citations)
- Stable rationality of quadric surface bundles over surfaces (37 citations)

- Pure mathematics
- Algebra
- Topology

His primary areas of investigation include Pure mathematics, Rationality, Algebra, K3 surface and Conic section. His Pure mathematics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Type and Quartic function. He connects Rationality with Fano plane in his study.

His work on Variety, Asymptotic formula and Projective variety is typically connected to Balanced line as part of general Algebra study, connecting several disciplines of science. His study in K3 surface is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Discrete mathematics, Equivalence and Rational point. His Hilbert scheme study incorporates themes from Cone, Lattice, Hodge structure, Holomorphic function and Symplectic geometry.

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Moduli spaces of weighted pointed stable curves

Brendan Hassett.

Advances in Mathematics **(2003)**

312 Citations

Special Cubic Fourfolds

Brendan Hassett.

Compositio Mathematica **(2000)**

245 Citations

Brauer groups and quotient stacks

Dan Edidin;Brendan Hassett;Andrew Kresch;Angelo Vistoli.

American Journal of Mathematics **(2001)**

184 Citations

Log canonical models for the moduli space of curves: The first divisorial contraction

Brendan Hassett;Donghoon Hyeon;Donghoon Hyeon.

Transactions of the American Mathematical Society **(2009)**

145 Citations

Introduction to Algebraic Geometry

Brendan Hassett.

**(2007)**

129 Citations

Rational curves on holomorphic symplectic fourfolds

Brendan Hassett;Yuri Tschinkel.

Geometric and Functional Analysis **(2001)**

105 Citations

Geometry of equivariant compactifications of Gan

Brendan Hassett;Yuri Tschinkel.

International Mathematics Research Notices **(1999)**

92 Citations

Moving and ample cones of holomorphic symplectic fourfolds

Brendan Hassett;Yuri Tschinkel.

Geometric and Functional Analysis **(2009)**

91 Citations

Classical and minimal models of the moduli space of curves of genus two

Brendan Hassett.

arXiv: Algebraic Geometry **(2005)**

83 Citations

Reflexive pull-backs and base extension

Brendan Hassett;Sándor J. Kovács.

Journal of Algebraic Geometry **(2004)**

72 Citations

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