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adrien.abgrall _ univ-rennes1.fr

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I study Geometric Group Theory, more precisely the geometry of CAT(0) cube complexes and the outer space of right-angled Artin groups, supervised by Vincent Guirardel. I am also interested in Baumslag-Solitar groups and general graphs of free groups.

Spatial cube complexes, *in preparation*

Untwisted McCool groups for right-angled Artin groups have Type VF, *in preparation*

On residual finiteness in graphs of free groups with cyclic edge groups, with Zachary Munro, preprint

- Spring 2024 TA for Calculus II MIASHS: the course's webpage
- Spring 2023 TA for Calculus II MIASHS: the course's webpage
- Fall 2022 TA for MAT1 SVE: the course's webpage

- My CV (last updated october 2024)
- Introduction to my research field (written 2022 for my ENS diploma): Géométries des groupes d’automorphismes extérieurs (in french)
- Master's thesis (2021): Outer space for right-angled Artin groups
- Bachelor Thesis, with Maxime Ramzi (2018) : Dynamique topologique et théorie de Ramsey (in french)
- A list of false theorems (find counterexamples!)

Introductory video (in french) to the mathematics of origami:

The following images come from 3D models and can be rotated to see them from every angle.

Dupin's cyclide, a cubic surface obtained by inverting a torus at one of its points. It contains 4 real lines and each has complement fibered by circles. Flipping the object over corresponds to the automorphism exchanging the two coordinates of the torus.

More to come soon…