Michael Kemeny
Assistant Professor at the Department of Mathematics at the University of Wisconsin  Madison.
Office 319
Van Vleck Hall
Madison, WI 537061325
Email: michael.kemeny+at+gmail.com
Research interests
Moduli theory: particularly moduli spaces of curves, stable maps, K3 surfaces or Abelian varieties.
Commutative algebra: in particular syzygies of coordinate rings of varieties.
My CV is available here.
Publications
 Extremal syzygies of projective space.
[arXiv:2311.03625]
 Betti Numbers of Curves and MultiplePoint Loci. J. Pure Appl. Math (2022) 226 (11): 107090.
[arXiv:1804.09221]
 The Rank of Syzygies of Canonical Curves.
To appear in Crelle. [arXiv:2104.10624]
 Universal Secant Bundles and Syzygies of Canonical Curves.
Inventiones Math. (2021) 223: 9951026. [arXiv:2003.05849]
 Projecting Syzygies of Curves. Algebraic Geometry (2020) 7 (5): 561580. [arXiv:1811.01105]
 Linear Syzygies of Curves with prescribed gonality, joint with
G. Farkas. Advances in
Math. (2019) 356: 106810. [arXiv:1610.04424]

The Resolution of Paracanonical Curves of Odd Genus, joint with
G. Farkas. Geometry
and Topology (2018) 22 (7): 42354257.
[arXiv:1707.06297]

Syzygies of Curves beyond Green's Conjecture. Proceedings of the Abel Symposium 2017, Springer, Cham (2018): 195216. [arXiv:1711.04463]

The PrymGreen Conjecture for torsion line bundles of high order, joint with
G. Farkas.
Duke Math. J. (2017) 166 (6): 11031124.
[arXiv:1509.07162]

The extremal Secant Conjecture for curves of arbitrary gonality.
Compositio Math. (2017) 153 (2): 347357.
[arXiv:1509.07162]

The generic GreenLazarsfeld secant conjecture, joint with
G. Farkas.
Inventiones Math. (2016) 203 (1): 265301
[arXiv:1408.4164]

The moduli of singular curves on K3 surfaces.
J. Math. Pures. Appl. (2015) 104 (5): 882920.
[arXiv:1401.1047]

Stable maps and Chow groups, joint with
D. Huybrechts.
Doc. Math. (2013) 18: 507517.
[arXiv:1202.4968]

The universal Severi variety of rational curves on K3 surfaces.
Bull. London Math. Soc. (2013) 45 (1): 159174.
[arXiv:1110.4266]
 Stable maps and singular curves on K3 surfaces.
PhD thesis at Universität Bonn (June 2015). Supervised by Daniel Huybrechts.
[arXiv:1507.00230]