# Emily Stark

Department of MathematicsTechnion - Israel Institute of Technology

Zuckerman postdoctoral fellow

E-mail: emily.stark at technion dot ac dot il

Office: Amado 808

*Mailing Address:*

Faculty of Mathematics

Technion

Israel Institute of Technology

Haifa 32000

Israel

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## Research

My Ph.D. adviser was Genevieve Walsh.

#### Papers:

Nonplanar graphs in boundaries of CAT(0) groups.

(Joint with Kevin Schreve.)

* Submitted, * (2018).

The visual boundary of hyperbolic free-by-cyclic groups.

(Joint with Yael Algom-Kfir and Arnaud Hilion.)

* Submitted, * (2018).

Quasi-isometric groups with no common model geometry.

(Joint with Daniel Woodhouse.)

* Submitted, * (2017).

Detecting a subclass of torsion-generated groups.

* Submitted, * (2017).

Surface group amalgams that (don't) act on 3-manifolds.

(Joint with G. Christopher Hruska and Hung Cong Tran.)

* American Journal of Mathematics. * To appear, (2018).

Topological rigidity fails for quotients of the Davis complex.

* Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society. * To appear, (2017).

Commensurability for certain right-angled Coxeter groups and geometric amalgams of free groups.

(Joint with Pallavi Dani and Anne Thomas.)

* Groups, Geometry, and Dynamics. * To appear, (2017).

Abstract commensurability and quasi-isometric classification of hyperbolic surface group amalgams.

* Geometriae Dedicata, * (2017) 186(1), 39-74.

Intrinsically linked graphs in RP^3.

(Joint with Jared Federman, Joel Foisy, and Kristen McNamara.)

* Involve Journal of Mathematics, * (2017) Vol.10-1, 1-20.

Intrinsically linked graphs in projective space.

(Joint with Jason Bustamante, Jared Federman, Joel Foisy, Kenji Kozai, Kevin Matthews, Kristen McNamara, and Kirsten Trickey.)

* Algebraic and Geometric Topology, * Vol. 9 (2009) 1255-1274. (arXiv)

#### Video:

The visual boundary of hyperbolic free-by-cyclic groups.

CIRM - Centre International de Rencontres Mathematiques; Luminy, France. * February 2018. *
Commensurability classification of certain right-angled Coxeter groups and surface amalgams.

Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences; Cambridge, England. * January 2017. *

## Teaching

Math 36, Applied Calculus II (Spring 2014, Fall 2013, Spring 2013)

Math 34, Calculus II (Summer 2013)

Math 30, Introduction to Calculus (Fall 2012) The Math Circle, a program for young students to work on problems in pure math. I instructed Boston-area Math Circle classes 2012-2015.