My name is Anneleen De Schepper. I'm doing a PhD in Mathematics at Ghent University, funded by the FWO-Flanders and supervised by prof. Hendrik Van Maldeghem. I'm part of the research group Incidence Geometry.
Contact info: Anneleen.DeSchepper AT UGent.be
My main research interest is geometry, in particular, buildings. Currently I work on singular Mazzocca-Melone sets. These are families of degenerate quadrics satisfying three axioms. The non-singular version is already neatly classified and I aim for a classification of the singular ones. Prominent examples are the Veronese varieties. More information on this can be found in the slides below, or on this poster.
Together with Lenny Neyt, I organise a PhD Seminar that each time has a specific topic (ranging from geometry to algebra, from logic to analysis, and so on) about which three young researchers (PhDs or Postdocs) give a talk for a general (mathematical) audience.
Interested? Visit our webpage !
Apart from mathematics, I like swimming, biking and running. One day I might call it triatlon.