• A Gentle Introduction to Homological Mirror Symmetry
    I have written an introductory book on Homological Mirror symmetry aimed at graduate students. The book is written from the perspective of representation theory and illustrates the important concepts in Mirror symmetry using examples coming from quivers and Fukaya categories of surfaces. The book is published by Cambridge university press. If you are interested you can read its table of content and a sample excerpt.

  • A Journey through Spaces and Time
    I am working on a book project which tells the story of geometry from Euclid to Grothendieck by visiting the historical places where geometry was important, such as Ancient Alexandria, Medieval Florence, Revolutionary Paris, Fascist Rome, etc. If you're interested, you can read two excerpts here.