Dr. Calin Chindris’ research interests lie at the interface of representation theory of finite-dimensional algebras and geometric invariant theory. His research is focused on theoretical aspects of invariant theory for finite-dimensional algebras as well as applications to Brascamp-Lieb theory in harmonic analysis, the Paulsen problem in frame theory, robust subspace recovery in machine learning, and Edmonds' problem in algebraic complexity.
Since coming to the University of Missouri, Calin’s work has been supported by the Simons Foundation, NSA and NSF. During his graduate career, Calin was the recipient of the Sumner Myers Award for best Ph.D. Thesis in Mathematics and the Wirt and Mary Cornwell Prize in Mathematics at the University of Michigan.
2005 Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mathematics
Frequently Taught Courses
Calculus II and III
Abstract Algebra (undergraduate and graduate level)
Topics courses in quiver invariant theory and applications
1. (with Jasim Ismaeel) A quiver invariant approach to radial isotropy and the Paulsen problem for matrix frames. Preprint available at https://arxiv.org/abs/2104.11310
2. (with Dan Kline) Edmonds' problem and the membership problem for orbit semi-groups of quiver representations. Preprint available at https://arxiv.org/abs/2008.13648
3. (with Dan Kline) Simultaneous robust subspace recovery and semi-stability of quiver representations, Journal of Algebra, 577, 1, 210-236, 2021
4. (with Harm Derksen) Capacity of quiver representations and Brascamp-Lieb constants. International Mathematics Research Notices, 2021, rnab064,
5. (with Ryan Kinser) Decomposing moduli of representations of finite-dimensional algebras, Mathematische Annalen, 372(1), 555-580, 2018