Francisco Arana-Herrera


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About me

I am a fifth year mathematics PhD student at Stanford University.
I am being advised by Alex Wright (University of Michigan) and Steve Kerckhoff (Stanford University).
I am particularly interested in Teichmüller theory, hyperbolic geometry, and dynamics on moduli spaces of Riemann surfaces.

Preprints and publications

  1. On Mirzakhani's expanding twist tori equidistribution conjecture.
    In preparation, draft available upon request.
  2. Effective lattice point count on Teichmüller space. (pdf, arXiv)
    Preprint.
  3. Counting hyperbolic multi-geodesics with respect to the lengths of individual components. (pdf, arXiv)
    Geometry & Topology, To appear.
    (Part 1 and Part 2 of a talk I gave on this paper at the Nearly Carbon Neutral Geometric Topology Conference, Online, June 2020).
  4. Equidistribution of families of expanding horospheres on moduli spaces of hyperbolic surfaces. (pdf, arXiv, journal)
    Geometriae Dedicata, 2020.
  5. Square-integrability of the Mirzakhani function and statistics of simple closed geodesics on hyperbolic surfaces. (pdf, arXiv, journal)
    (with Jayadev S. Athreya). Forum of Mathematics, Sigma, 2020.
  6. Counting square-tiled surfaces with prescribed real and imaginary foliations and connections to Mirzakhani’s asymptotics for simple closed hyperbolic geodesics. (pdf, arXiv, journal)
    Journal of Modern Dynamics, 2020.
    (Video of a talk I gave on this paper at the Flat Surfaces and Dynamics on Moduli Space II Workshop, Oaxaca (BIRS), May 2019).

Notes

  1. Normalization of Thurston measures on the space of measured geodesic laminations. (pdf)
    Preprint.