M.Sc. Riccardo Zuffetti

Research Interests:

In my Master Thesis, written in Milan (Italy) with Prof. Bert Van Geemen (advisor) and Dr. Chiara Camere (co-advisor), I studied Symplectic Geometry, K3 surfaces and Hilbert schemes. In particular, I focused on:
- the Automorphism groups of projective Aut-general K3 surfaces with Picard number two;
- criteria for the strong ambiguity of Hilbert squares of projective K3 surfaces with Picard number one.
In the following eprint you can find the conclusion of the latter problem:
Strongly ambiguous Hilbert squares of projective K3 surfaces with Picard number one (arXiv:1807.06936) - to be published in Rend. Sem. Mat. Univ. Politec. Torino (2019).

Now I am working on Orthogonal Shimura Varieties as moduli spaces of (abelian, K3...) surfaces.