Fabrizio Catanese - Selected Publications#


[147] Topological methods in moduli theory 165 pages, published online on Springer's open access journal, Bull. Math. Sciences., (2015) DOI: 10.1007/s13373-015-0070-1

[140] Faithful actions of the absolute Galois group on connected components of moduli spaces. With I. Bauer, F. Grunewald, Invent. Math. 199 (2015), n. 3 : 859-888. DOI 10.1007/s00222-014-0531-2.

[135] A characterization of varieties whose universal cover is a bounded symmetric domain without ball factors,
Catanese, Fabrizio; Di Scala, Antonio J. , Adv. Math. 257 (2014), 567-580.

[134] The direct image of the relative dualizing sheaf needs not be semiample. With M. Dettweiler, C. R. Math. Acad. Sci. Paris 352 (2014), no. 3, 241-244.

[120] Burniat surfaces II: secondary Burniat surfaces form three connected components of the moduli space. With I. Bauer, Invent. Math. 180 (2010), no. 3, 559-588.

[113] Quotients of a product of curves, new surfaces with pg = 0 and their fundamental groups . With I. Bauer, F. Grunewald and R. Pignatelli, Amer. J. Math. 134 (2012), no. 4, 993-1049.

[111] Real singular Del Pezzo surfaces and 3-folds fibred by rational curves, II}, coll. Frederic Mangolte, Annales
Scient. Ecole Norm. Sup. (4), 42 (2009), 531-557.

[107] Differentiable and deformation type of algebraic surfaces, real and symplectic structures, in : Catanese, F. (ed.) et al., Symplectic 4-manifolds and algebraic surfaces. Lectures given at the C.I.M.E. summer school, Cetraro, Italy, September 2-10, 2003. Berlin: Springer; Florence: Fondazione C.I.M.E. Lecture Notes in Mathematics 1938, 55-167 (2008).

[94] Beauville surfaces without real structures, I, coll. with Ingrid Bauer, Fritz Grunewald, in 'Geometric methods in algebra and number theory', (editors: F. Bogomolov - Y. Tschinkel), Progress in Mathematics 235, Birkhauser (2005), 1-42

[93] The Maximum Likelihood Degree.}, coll. with Serkan Hosten, Amit Khetan, Bernd Sturmfels, Amer. J. Math. 128 (2006), no. 3, 671-697.

[90] Diffeomorphism of simply connected algebraic surfaces J. Differential Geom. 76 (2007), no. 2, 177-213.

[79] Fibrations of low genus, I, coll. with R. Pignatelli, Annales Sci. Ecole Norm. Sup. (4) 39 (2006), no. 6, 1011-1049.

[74] Moduli spaces of surfaces and real structures, Annals of Math. 158, no. 2 (2003), 577-592.

[73] Real hyperelliptic surfaces and the orbifold fundamental group} coll. with P. Frediani, Journal of the Inst. Math. Jussieu 2 (2) ,(2003) 169-233.

[67] Singular bidouble covers and the construction of interesting algebraic surfaces.}, Proceedings of the Warsaw Conference in honour of F. Hirzebruch's 70th Birthday , A.M.S. Contemp. Math. 241 (1999), 97-120 .

[66] Fibred surfaces, varieties isogenous to a product and related moduli spaces.
Amer. J. Math. 122 (2000), no. 1, 1–44.

[65] On the scalar curvature of Einstein manifolds, coll. Le Brun, Math. Res. Letters 4 (1997), 843-854.

[62] Even sets of nodes are bundle symmetric.} (coll. G. Casnati) Jour. Diff. Geom.47 (1997), 237-256

[60] On the classification of irregular surfaces of general type with nonbirational bicanonical map.} (coll. C.Ciliberto, M. Mendes Lopes), Trans. A.M.S. 350, 1, (1998), 275-308.

[53] Divisors of small genus on algebraic surfaces and projective embeddings.} (coll. M. Franciosi), Proc. of the 1993 Hirzebruch 65 Conference on Alg. Geom., Israel Math. Conf. Proc. vol.9 (1996), Contemp. Math., AMS, 109 - 140.

[41] Moduli and classification of irregular Kaehler manifolds (and algebraic varieties) with Albanese general type fibrations. Invent. Math. 104, 263-289 (1991).

[35 ] Periodic meromorphic functions. With F. Capocasa, Acta Math. 166, 27-68 (1991).

[33] Everywhere non reduced moduli spaces. Inv.Math. 98, (1989), 293-310.

[31] Moduli of algebraic surfaces, in "Theory of moduli", Proc .CIM.E. 1985 Springer
Lecture Notes in Math., 1-83 (1988).

[22] Commutative algebra methods and equations of regular surfaces, in 'Algebraic Geometry' Proc. Bucharest 1982, Springer LNM 1056, (1984) 68-111.

[17] On the moduli spaces of surfaces of general type. Jour. Diff. Geom. 19, 2 (1984), 483-515.

[11] Babbage's conjecture, contact of surfaces, symmetric determinantal varieties and applications. Invent. Math. 6, (1981), 433-465.

[10] The moduli and the global period mapping of surfaces with $K^2 = p_g = 1$: a counterexample to the global Torelli problem.} Comp. Math. 41,3, (1980), 401-414.

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