Matthew Satriano
Associate Professor


  1. Jason P. Bell, Fei Hu, Matthew Satriano. Height Gap Conjectures, D-Finiteness, and a Weak Dynamical Mordell-Lang Conjecture. Mathematische Annalen, (2020), 20 pages, accepted. pdf

  2. Nguyen-Bac Dang, Dragos Ghioca, Fei Hu, John Lesieutre, and Matthew Satriano. Higher arithmetic degrees of dominant rational self-maps. Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Classe di Scienze, (2020), 16 pages, accepted. pdf

  3. David McKinnon and Matthew Satriano. Approximating rational points on toric varieties. Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, (2020), 20 pages, accepted. pdf

  4. Yoav Len and Matthew Satriano. Lifting tropical self intersections. Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series A, 170 (2020), 105138, 21 pp. pdf

  5. Jason Bell, Dragos Ghioca, and Matthew Satriano. Dynamical Uniform Bounds for Fibers and a Gap Conjecture. International Mathematics Research Notices, (2019), 10 pages, accepted. pdf

  6. John Lesieutre and Matthew Satriano. Canonical heights on hyper-Kahler varieties and the Kawaguchi-Silverman conjecture. International Mathematics Research Notices, (2019), 38 pages, accepted. pdf

  7. John Lesieutre and Matthew Satriano. A rational map with infinitely many points of distinct arithmetic degrees. Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems, (2019), 6 pages, accepted. pdf

  8. Dan Edidin and Matthew Satriano. Towards an Intersection Chow Cohomology Theory for GIT Quotients. Transformation Groups, (2019), 22 pages, accepted. pdf

  9. Jenna Rajchgot, Matthew Satriano, and Wanchun Shen. Some combinatorial cases of the three matrix analog of Gerstenhaber's theorem. Proceedings of the 2019 AWM Research Symposium, Association for Women in Mathematics Series, (2019), 17 pages, accepted. pdf

  10. Dragos Ghioca and Matthew Satriano. Density of orbits of dominant regular self-maps of semiabelian varieties. Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, 371 (2019), no. 9, 6341-6358. pdf

  11. J. William Helton, Kyle P. Meyer, Vern I. Paulsen, and Matthew Satriano. Algebras, Synchronous Games and Chromatic Numbers of Graphs. New York Journal of Mathematics, 25 (2019), 328-361. pdf

  12. Wei Ho and Matthew Satriano. Galois closures of non-commutative rings and an application to Hermitian representations. International Mathematics Research Notices, (2018), 31 pages, accepted. pdf

  13. Jenna Rajchgot and Matthew Satriano. New classes of examples satisfying the three matrix analog of Gerstenhaber's theorem. Journal of Algebra, 516 (2018), 245-270. pdf

  14. Dan Edidin and Matthew Satriano. Strong cycles and intersection products on good moduli spaces. K-Theory - Proceedings of the International Colloquium, Mumbai, 2016, 223-238, Hindustan Book Agency, New Delhi, 2018. pdf

  15. Anton Geraschenko and Matthew Satriano. A "Bottom Up" characterization of smooth Deligne-Mumford stacks. International Mathematics Research Notices, 2017, no. 21, 6469-6483. pdf

  16. Jason P. Bell, Dragos Ghioca, Zinovy Reichstein, and Matthew Satriano. On the Medvedev-Scanlon conjecture for minimal threefolds of non-negative Kodaira dimension. New York Journal of Mathematics, 23 (2017), 1185-1203. pdf

  17. Jason P. Bell, Matthew Satriano, and Susan J. Sierra, On a dynamical Mordell-Lang conjecture for coherent sheaves. Journal of the London Mathematical Society, 2017, (2) 96 (2017), no. 1, 28-46. pdf

  18. Matthew Satriano. When is a variety the quotient of a smooth variety by a finite group?. Oberwolfach Reports 19 (2016), 992-996. pdf

  19. Benjamin Linowitz, Matthew Satriano, and Roope Vehkalahti. A non-commutative analogue of the Odlyzko bounds and bounds on performance for space-time lattice codes. IEEE Trans. Inform. Theory, 61 (2015), no. 4, 1971-1984. pdf

  20. Anton Geraschenko and Matthew Satriano. Torus quotients as global quotients by finite groups. Journal of the London Mathematical Society (2) 92 (2015), no. 3, 736-759. pdf

  21. Anton Geraschenko and Matthew Satriano. Toric stacks I: The theory of stacky fans. Trans. Amer. Math. Soc., 367 (2015), no. 2, 1033-1071. pdf

  22. Anton Geraschenko and Matthew Satriano. Toric Stacks II: Intrinsic characterization of toric stacks. Trans. Amer. Math. Soc., 367 (2015), no. 2, 1073-1094. pdf Erratum

  23. Manjul Bhargava and Matthew Satriano. On a notion of "Galois closure" for extensions of rings. Journal of the European Mathematical Society, 16 (2014), no. 9, 1881-1913. pdf

  24. Christian Liedtke and Matthew Satriano. On the birational nature of lifting. Advances in Mathematics, 254 (2014), 118-137. pdf

  25. Dan Abramovich, Qile Chen, Danny Gillam, Yuhao Huang, Martin Olsson, Matthew Satriano, and Shenghao Sun. Logarithmic Geometry and Moduli. Handbook of moduli. Vol. I, 1-61, Adv. Lect. Math. (ALM), 24, Int. Press, Somerville, MA, 2013. pdf

  26. Dan Edidin, Anton Geraschenko, and Matthew Satriano. There is no degree map for 0-cycles on Artin stacks. Transformation Groups, 18 (2013), no. 2, 385-389. pdf

  27. Qile Chen and Matthew Satriano. Chow quotients of toric varieties as moduli of stable log maps. Algebra & Number Theory, 7 (2013), no. 9, 2313-2329. pdf

  28. Matthew Satriano. Canonical Artin stacks over log smooth schemes. Mathematische Zeitschrift (2013), no. 3-4, 779-804. pdf

  29. Matthew Satriano. de Rham theory for tame stacks and schemes with linearly reductive singularities. Annales de l'Institut Fourier, 62, No. 6, 2013-2051 (2012). pdf

  30. Matthew Satriano. The Chevalley-Shephard-Todd theorem for finite linearly reductive group schemes. Algebra & Number Theory, 6 (2012), no. 1, 1-26. pdf

Submitted Preprints

  1. Matthew Satriano and Jeremy Usatine. Stringy invariants and toric Artin stacks. (2020), 38 pages, submitted. pdf

  2. Jiahui Huang, David McKinnon, and Matthew Satriano. What fraction of an S_n-orbit can lie on a hyperplane?. (2020), 16 pages, submitted. pdf

  3. Dan Edidin and Matthew Satriano. An intrinsic characterization of cofree representations of reductive groups. (2019), 41 pages, submitted. pdf

Mathematical Biology Publications

  1. Sherman TD, Kagohara LT, Cao R, Cheng R, Satriano M, Considine M, et al. CancerInSilico: An R/Bioconductor package for combining mathematical and statistical modeling to simulate time course bulk and single cell gene expression data in cancer. PLOS Computational Biology (2019) 12 pages. pdf

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