Mathematisches Institut

# Lehrstuhl Mathematik VIII

Algebraische Geometrie

## Prof. Dr. Fabrizio Catanese

E-Mail
fabrizio.catanese@uni-bayreuth.de
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+49 921 55 3376
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NW II Bauteil 3.2, 3.2 02 730
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Mathematisches Institut
Lehrstuhl Mathematik VIII
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D-95447 Bayreuth, Germany
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Name:
Prof. Dr. Fabrizio Catanese
Born:
16.03.1950, male
Universität Bayreuth, Fakultät für Mathematik, Physik und Informatik, Institut für Mathematik, 95440 Bayreuth
Homepage:
http://www.mathe8.uni-bayreuth.de/Personen/Catanese.html
Phone:
+49 (0)921-55 3376
E-Mail:
fabrizio.catanese@uni-bayreuth.de
Position:
Professor (W3)
Children:
6 (37, 28, 23, 21, 17, 15)

### Professional Education

• 1968–1972: Study of Mathematics at the Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, and at the University of Pisa

### Scientific Degrees

• Diploma di Licenza in Matematica della Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa (November 1972)

• Laurea in Matematica della Università di Pisa (Dottore in Matematica) (10/11/1972)

### Present and Previous Positions

• Since 09/2001: C4-Professor (W3 since 2014) University of Bayreuth, Chair of Algebraic Geometry, (Lehrstuhl Mathematik VIII),

• 01 - 03/2000: Visiting Professor, Florida State University, Tallahassee

• 04/1997 - 08/2001: C4-Professor (Gauss Chair), University of Göttingen, Chair of Complex Analysis

• 10/1994 - 03/1997: Professore distaccato al Centro B. Segre della Accademia dei Lincei, Roma

• Wintersemester 1990/91: Visiting Professor, ETH Zürich (Nachdiplom-Vorlesungen)

• 01 - 05/1987: Visiting Professor, Columbia University, New York

• 04 - 06/1986: Visiting Professor, University of California, San Diego

• 1981/82: Member of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Princeton (N.J.)

• 11/1980 - 03/1997: Full Professor, University of Pisa, Chair of Geometry

• 09/1977 - 07/1978: Honorary Research Associate, Harvard University, NATO-CNR Fellowship

• 11/1976-10/1980: Professore Associato, University of Pisa, Tenured.

• 12/1974-1976: Assistant, University of Pisa.

• 12/1972-11/1974: Postdoc, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa.

### Fields of Scholarship

• Complex geometry

• Algebraic and projective geometry

• Algebraic surfaces and their classification

• Moduli spaces

• Topology of algebraic varieties

• Commutative and homological algebra

• Differential geometry

• Group actions on curves and higher dimensional varieties

• Real algebraic geometry

• Configuration spaces (lemniscates, monodromy)

### Honours and Awards

• Member of the European Academy, since 2015

• Conference Algebraic Geometry, Bayreuth 12-14 /03/2015, in honour of his 65th birthday (80 participants)

• Socio nazionale della Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, since 2013

• Volume 54, no. 8 of Science in China (2011), pp. 1521–1814, special Issue, (and a volume of Springer-Verlag, dedicated to F. Catanese) with articles dedicated to his 60th birthday

• Conference “Perspectives on Algebraic Varieties”, September 6–11, 2010, Levico Terme (Trento, Italy) (200 participants), dedicated to the birthday of F. Catanese, C. Ciliberto and A. Verra

• Invited Address, ESOF (European Science Open Forum), Torino 2010

• Plenary address, Joint Meeting of DMV and U.M.I., Perugia, June 2007

• Plenary address, International Mediterranean Congress of Mathematics, Almeria 2005

• Ordinary member of the Akademie der Wissenschaften Göttingen, since 2000

• Corresponding member of the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, 1998-2013

• Ordine del Cherubino della Università di Pisa, 1995

• Medaglia d'oro (Goldmedaille) della Società Italiana delle Scienze, 1993

• Invited address at the Congress of the European Mathematical Society, Paris 1992

• Plenary address, Congresso della Unione Matematica Italiana, Catania 1991

• Premio Bartolozzi della Unione Matematica Italiana, 1984

• Distinguished Visiting Professor: Stanford University (1996)

• Distinguished Visiting Professor: University of Califormia, Irvine (2001)

• Distinguished Visiting Professor: Fred Gehring Distinguished Visiting Professor, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (2006)

• KIAS Scholar, 2010-

• Invitation to give Takagi Lectures, Tokyo 11/2015

### Job offers

• Winter term 2011/12: offered a Visiting Professorship from the University of Göttingen (Excellence Initiative).

• 2001: Florida State University, Tallahassee, offered Eppes Chair, not accepted.

• 2001: UNESCO appointment as Director of the School of Mathematics of the I.C.T.P. (International Centre for Theoretical Physics), Trieste (Italy), not accepted.

• 1998 and 2001: Offered a Chair the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, not accepted.

• Leader of the Research Project “Algebraic Geometry” in Pisa (1982–1998).

• Coordinator, Pisa node of EEC Network Algebraic Geometry in Europe (1990–1997).

• Coordinator, DFG Research Training Group “Gruppen und Geometrie”, Göttingen (1999–2001).

• Coordinator, DFG Priority Program “Globale Methode in der komplexen Geometrie” (2000-2006).

• Coordinator, Bayreuth node of the EEC Research program EAGER (2001–2004).

• Coordinator of two VIGONI DAAD Exchange Programs (1998–1999, 2005–2006).

• Coordinator, DFG Research Group 790 “Classiﬁcation of Algebraic Surfaces and Compact Complex Manifolds” (2007–2013).

### Advisory Boards, Scientiﬁc Councils, international committees and positions

• GNSAGA (Algebra and Geometry) of the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, 1983–1997.

• Scientiﬁc Council of CIME (Centro Internazionale Matematico Estivo), Italy, 1990–2001.

• Council of the European Mathematical Society, 1992–1994.

• Council of Europroj (1991/92).

• Scientiﬁc Committee of the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics, Bonn (1994–1999).

• Program Committee of the European Congress of Mathematics, Barcelona 2000.

• Scientiﬁc Committee of the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics, Bonn (2000–2006).

• Advisory Board of the Simion Stoilow Institut, Bucharest (1999–2005).

• Advisory Board of the KIAS, Seoul (2001–2006).

• Scientiﬁc Committee of the “Latin American Congress of Algebraic Geometry” (2009).

• Director of the CIRM Trento, Centro Internazionale di Ricerca Matematica, of the Fondazione Bruno Kessler (11/2005–11/2011).

• President of the Advisory Board of the CIRM Trento, FBK, (12/2011–present).

### Editorial activity

• Editor, Journal of Algebraic Geometry (distributed by AMS), 1991–2011.

• Editor, Rendiconti del Seminario Matematico della Università di Padova, 1990–2011; since 2011, Board of Trustees.

• Editor, Portugaliae Mathematica, 1998–2004.

• Editor, Rendiconti Lincei – Matematica e Applicazioni, since 1998.

• Editor, E. M. S. Lecture Note Series, Subseries of Springer’s L.N.M., 1999–2004.

• Italian Mathematical Society, editor of the Subseries of Springer’s L.N.M., since 2003.

• Editor, Annales de la Faculté des Sciences de Toulouse, 2005–2011.

• Rivista di Matematica della Università di Parma, editor in the Advisory Board, since 2009.

• Editor, Journal of Algebraic Statistics, since 2009.

• Editor, Journal of Mathematics and Applications, Rzeszow, since 2012.

• Editor, Complex Analysis, De Gruyter, since 2013.

### Visiting scholar for shorter periods (1-3 months)

At Utrecht, Warwick, Bar-Ilan, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Caracas, Hannover, Bayreuth, Paris Orsay, HKUST (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology), Mittag Leffler Institut (Stockholm) (1980, 1984, 1987), ISI Torino, CIRM Barcelona, MPI Bonn (1988, 1993, 1998), SFB Göttingen, Institut H. Poincar ́e (Paris) (1995, 2005, 2010), ICTP Trieste (1992, 1994), MSRI Berkeley (1996, 2002, 2004, 2009), RIMS Kyoto, M.I.T. (1996), Emmy Noether Institute (1999), Hong Kong University (2000), KIAS Seoul (2000, 2009-2014), Newton Institute (Cambridge, UK) (1994, 2002) I.H.E.S. (2006), Tokyo University (2009), Fudan University , Shanghai (2009), Centro De Giorgi, SNS Pisa (2008, 2008, 2012, 2013).

### List of research students of whom he has been a supervisor

Francesco Capocasa (Ricercatore Politecnico di Ancona)

Rita Pardini (Full Professor, University of Pisa),

Antonio Bartalesi, (Computer Scientist )

Alessio Corti, (Full Professor, Imperial College, London),

Barbara Fantechi, (Full Professor, SISSA University, Trieste),

Marco Manetti, (Full Professor, University of Roma I),

Lorenzo Ramero, (Full Professor, University of Lille),

Gianfranco Casnati, (Full Professor, Politecnico di Torino),

Francesca Tovena, (Associate Professor, University of Roma II),

Francesco Zucconi, (Associate Professor, University of Udine),

Michele Grassi, (Ricercatore, University of Pisa),

Sandro Manfredini, (Ricercatore, University of Pisa),

Elena Rubei, (Associate Professor, University of Firenze),

Paola Frediani, (Associate Professor, University of Pavia),

Marco Franciosi, (Ricercatore, University of Pisa),

Roberto Pignatelli, (Associate Professor, University of Trento),

Cecilia Trifogli, (Full Professor, Oxford University and All Souls ),

Alberto Canonaco, (Ricercatore, University of Pavia)

Christian Liedtke, ( Professor, TU Muenchen),

Christian Boehning, ( Professor, Warwick University),

Soenke Rollenske, ( Chair Professor, Marburg University),

Wenfei Liu, ( Professor, Xiamen University),

Matteo Penegini, (Ricercatore, University of Genova)

Yifan Chen, (Lecturer, Beijing University of A.A.)

Mario Chan, (Post Doc, Taiwan)

Binru Li, (Post Doc, Bayreuth)

Songbo Ling,

Luca Cesarano,

Andreas Demleitner,

### Some Postdocs supervised for longer periods:

Paolo Oliverio (Associate Professor, University of Cosenza)

Fabio Tonoli (Lecturer, Bocconi University)

Ernesto Mistretta (Ricercatore, Universita' di Padova)

Pietro De Poi (Ricercatore, Universita' di Trieste)

Fabio Perroni (Associate Professor, University of Trieste)

Veröffentlichte Artikel
1. Kodaira fibrations and beyond: methods for moduli theory. Final version of the contribution to the 16th Takagi lectures, in Celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Kodaira’s Birth, 81 pages, submitted for publication in the Japanese Journal of Mathematics. [arXiv] [pdf]
2. On rigid compact complex surfaces and manifolds. coll. with Ingrid Bauer, 48 pages. [arXiv] [pdf]
3. Dihedral Galois covers of algebraic varieties and the simple cases. Fabrizio Catanese, Fabio Perroni, 45 pages, dedicated to Ugo Bruzzo on the occasion of his 60th birthday. Published online in the Journal of Geometry and Physics. [doi] [arXiv] [pdf]
4. Canonical surfaces of higher degree. 10 pages, dedicated to the 60th birthday of Philippe Ellia. Published online on the Rendiconti Circ. Mat. Palermo. [Springer] [arXiv] [pdf]
5. Kodaira fibrations and beyond: methods for moduli theory. First version of the contribution to the 16th Takagi lectures, in Celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Kodaira’s Birth, published in The Sixteenth Takagi Lectures, 28–29 November 2015, Tokyo, 37–102 (2015), The Math. Soc. of Japan and GSMS Univ. Tokyo.
6. Higher dimensional Lemniscates: the geometry of $r$ particles in $n$-space with logarithmic potentials. coll. with Ingrid Bauer, Antonio Jose Di Scala, 33 pages, 3 figures, to appear in the Ann. Scuola Normale Pisa. [arXiv] [pdf]
7. Monodromy and normal forms. König, Wolfgang (ed.) et al., Karl Weierstraß (1815–1897). Aspekte seines Lebens und Werkes – aspects of his life and work. Wiesbaden: Springer Spektrum, 195–218 (2016).
8. On the unirationality of higher dimensional Ueno-type manifolds coll. with Keiji Oguiso, Alessandro Verra, special volume dedicated to Lucian Badescu on the occasion of his 70th birthday, Rev. Roumaine Math. Pures Appl. 60 (2015), no. 3, 337–353. [pdf]
9. Vector bundles on curves coming from variation of Hodge structures. Catanese, Fabrizio; Dettweiler, Michael. Int. J. Math. 27, No. 7, Article ID 1640001, (2016), 25 pages.
10. Topological methods in algebraic geometry, Zannier, Umberto (ed.), Colloquium De Giorgi 2013 and 2014. Lectures from the colloquium, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy, 2013 and 2014. Pisa: Edizioni della Normale. Colloquia 5, 37–77 (2015). [pdf]
11. Topological methods in moduli theory Bull. Math. Sci. 5, No. 3, 287–449 (2015). [pdf]
12. Generalized Burniat type surfaces and Bagnera-de Franchis varieties coll. with Ingrid Bauer, Davide Frapporti, in the Kodaira Centennial issue of the Journal of Mathematical Sciences, the University of Tokyo, J. Math. Sci., Tokyo 22, No. 1, 55–111 (2015).
13. Subcanonical Graded Rings Which Are Not Cohen-Macaulay, with Appendix: A non Q-Gorenstein Cohen-Macaulay cone X with $K_X$ $Q$-Cartier, by Fabrizio Catanese, Appendix by Jonathan Wahl. In: Hacon, Christopher D. (ed.) et al., Recent advances in algebraic geometry. A volume in honor of Rob Lazarsfeld’s 60th birthday. Based on the conference, Ann Arbor, MI, USA, May 16–19, 2013. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series 417, 92–101 (2014). [pdf]
14. The fundamental group and torsion group of Beauville surfaces coll. with Ingrid Bauer, Davide Frapporti, in: “Beauville Surfaces and Groups”, edited by Bauer, Ingrid (ed.) et al.. Proceedings of the conference, Newcastle, UK, June 7–9, 2012. Cham: Springer. Springer Proceedings in Mathematics and Statistics 123, 1–14 (2015).
15. Answer to a question by Fujita on Variation of Hodge Structures, coll. with Michael Dettweiler. 26 pages, to appear in a volume entitled “Higher Dimensional Algebraic Geometry - in honour of Professor Yujiro Kawamata’s sixtieth birthday” of ASPM = Advanced Studies in Pure Mathematics. [pdf]
16. Caustics of plane curves, their birationality and matrix projections, ‘Algebraic and complex geometry’, Springer Proceedings in Mathematics and Statistics 71, 109–122 , in honour of Klaus Hulek’s 60th birthday. [arXiv] [pdf]
17. Faithful actions of the absolute Galois group on connected components of moduli spaces coll. with Ingrid Bauer, Fritz Grunewald, Invent. math. (2015) 199: 859–888. [doi] [pdf]
18. Genus stabilization for moduli of curves with symmetries coll. with Michael Lönne, Fabio Perroni, Algebr. Geom. 3, No. 1, 23–49 (2016). [pdf]
19. Unirationality of Ueno-Campana’s threefold. Catanese, Fabrizio; Oguiso, Keiji; Truong, Tuyen Trung, Manuscripta Math. 145 (2014), no. 3–4, 399–406. [pdf]
20. Erratum to: Burniat surfaces II: secondary Burniat surfaces form three connected components of the moduli space. Bauer, I.; Catanese, F., Invent. Math. 197 (2014), no. 1, 237–240. [pdf]
21. The moduli space of even surfaces of general type with $K^2 = 8$, $p_g = 4$ and $q = 0$. Catanese, Fabrizio; Liu, Wenfei; Pignatelli, Roberto, J. Math. Pures Appl. (9) 101 (2014), no. 6, 925–948. [pdf]
22. 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. [pdf]
23. The direct image of the relative dualizing sheaf needs not be semiample. Catanese, Fabrizio; Dettweiler, Michael, C. R. Math. Acad. Sci. Paris 352 (2014), no. 3, 241–244. [pdf]
24. Burniat-type surfaces and a new family of surfaces with $p_g = 0$, $K^2 = 3$. Bauer, I.; Catanese, F., Rend. Circ. Mat. Palermo (2) 62 (2013), no. 1, 37–60. [pdf]
25. The irreducible components of the moduli space of dihedral covers of algebraic curves. Fabrizio Catanese, Michael Lönne, Fabio Perroni, Groups Geom. Dyn. 9, No. 4, 1185–1229 (2015). [pdf]
26. Surfaces with $p_g = 0$: Constructions and Moduli spaces, Burniat surfaces and deformations of automorphisms. Fabrizio Catanese (Universität Bayreuth, Germany) Published in the Proceedings of the Kinosaki Symposium on Algebraic Geometry, 2011. [arXiv] [pdf]
27. Inoue type manifolds and Inoue surfaces: a connected component of the moduli space of surfaces with $K^2 = 7$, $p_g = 0$. Ingrid Bauer, Fabrizio Catanese, ‘Geometry and arithmetic’, dedicated to the 60-th birthday of Gerard van der Geer, 23–56, EMS Ser. Congr. Rep., Eur. Math. Soc., Zürich, 2012. [arXiv] [pdf]
28. Cayley forms and self dual varieties Proc. Edinb. Math. Soc. (2) 57 (2014), no. 1, volume in honour of V. Shokurov’s 60th birthday, 89–109. [pdf]
29. A Superficial Working Guide to Deformations and Moduli. Handbook of moduli, in honour of David Mumford, Vol. I, 161–215, Adv. Lect. Math. (ALM), 24, Int. Press, Somerville, MA, 2013. [arXiv] [pdf]
30. Burniat surfaces III: deformations of automorphisms and extended Burniat surfaces Bauer, I.; Catanese, F., Doc. Math. 18 (2013), 1089–1136. [pdf]
31. A Characterization of Varieties whose Universal Cover is the Polydisk or a Tube Domain Catanese, Fabrizio; Di Scala, Antonio J., Math. Ann. 356 (2013), no. 2, 419–438. [pdf]
32. Irreducibility of the space of cyclic covers of algebraic curves of fixed numerical type and the irreducible components of $Sing (\bar{\mathfrak M_g})$ “The Conference on Geometry” in honour of Shing-Tung Yau’s 60th birthday, Advances in geometric analysis, 281–306, Adv. Lect. Math. (ALM), 21, Int. Press, Somerville, MA, 2012. [arXiv] [pdf]
33. Surfaces of general type with geometric genus zero: a survey coll. with Ingrid Bauer, Roberto Pignatelli, ‘Complex and differential geometry’, 1–48, Springer Proc. Math., 8, Springer, Heidelberg, 2011. [arXiv] [pdf]
34. Moduli spaces of surfaces and monodromy invariants. coll. with Michael Lönne, Bronislaw Wajnryb, Proceedings of the Gökova Geometry-Topology Conference 2009, 58–98, Int. Press, Somerville, MA, 2010. [arXiv] [pdf]
35. Irreducibility of the space of dihedral covers of the projective line of a given numerical type. Atti Accad. Naz. Lincei Cl. Sci. Fis. Mat. Natur. Rend. Lincei (9) Mat. Appl. 22 (2011), no. 3, 291–309. [pdf]
36. On volume preserving complex structures on real tori coll. K. Oguiso, T. Peternell, Kyoto J. Math. 50 (2010), no. 4, 753–775. [arXiv] [pdf]
37. Burniat surfaces II: secondary Burniat surfaces form three connected components of the moduli space coll. I. Bauer, Invent. Math. 180 (2010), no. 3, 559–588. [pdf]
38. Moduli spaces and braid monodromy types of bidouble covers of the quadric, coll. M. Loenne, B. Wajnryb, Geom. Topol. 15 (2011), no. 1, 351–396. [pdf]
39. Burniat surfaces I: fundamental groups and moduli of primary Burniat surfaces, coll. I. Bauer, Classification of algebraic varieties, 49–76, EMS Ser. Congr. Rep., Eur. Math. Soc., Zürich, 2011. [arXiv] [pdf]
40. The moduli space of Keum-Naie surfaces, coll. I. Bauer, Groups Geom. Dyn. 5 (2011), no. 2, 231–250. [pdf]
41. La classificazione delle varieté algebriche, in the Encyclopedia volume II ‘La Matematica: Problemi e teoremi’, Einaudi, Torino (2008), 643–704.
42. Algebraic surfaces and their moduli spaces: real, differentiable and symplectic structures, plenary lecture at the joint Meeting of U.M.I. and D.M.V., Perugia, june 2007, Bollettino U.M.I., sez. B., Serie IX, Vol. II, No. 3 (2009), 537–558. [arXiv] [pdf]
43. On varieties whose universal cover is a product of curves, coll. M. Franciosi, in ‘Interactions of classical and numerical algebraic geometry’, volume in honour of Andrew Sommese’s 60th birthday, American Mathematical Society (AMS) Contemporary Mathematics 496 (2009), 157–179. [arXiv] [pdf]
44. Quotients of a product of curves, new surfaces with $p_g = 0$ and their fundamental groups , coll. with I. Bauer, F. Grunewald and R. Pignatelli, Amer. J. Math. 134 (2012), no. 4, 993–1049. [pdf]
45. The rationality of certain moduli spaces of curves of genus 3 , coll. with I. Bauer, Cohomological and geometric approaches to rationality problems, 1–16, Progr. Math., 282, Birkhäuser Boston, Inc., Boston, MA, 2010. [arXiv] [pdf]
46. Real singular Del Pezzo surfaces and 3-folds fibred by rational curves, II, coll. Frédéric Mangolte, Annales Scient. École Norm. Sup. (4), 42 (2009), 531–557. [pdf]
47. Matematica: scienza, gioco od arte? Bollettino U.M.I. ’La Matematica nella Societa’ e nella Cultura’, Serie VIII, vol. X-A , (I) 1 (2008), no. 1, 1–21, 193. Translation and elaboration:
Mathematik: Wissenschaft, Spiel oder Kunst? in cooperation with Ingrid Bauer Spektrum Jahr der Mathematik, Universität Bayreuth, 1/08 (2008), 31–39.
48. The absolute Galois group acts faithfully on the connected components of the moduli space of surfaces of general type, coll. I. Bauer, F. Grunewald. [arXiv] [pdf]
49. A remarkable moduli space of rank 6 vector bundles related to cubic surfaces, coll. Fabio Tonoli, in “Vector bundles and low codimensional subvarieties: state of the art and recent developments”, edited by Casnati, Catanese, Notari, “Quaderni di Matematica” della Seconda Universita’ di Napoli, QM no. 21, (2007), 41–87. [arXiv] [pdf]
50. Differentiable and deformation type of algebraic surfaces, real and symplectic structures, in: Catanese, Fabrizio (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). [pdf]
51. Real singular Del Pezzo surfaces and 3-folds fibred by rational curves, I, coll. Frédéric Mangolte, Mich. Math. J. 56, No. 2, (2008), 357–373. [pdf]
52. Double Kodaira fibrations , coll.with Sönke Rollenske, Journal. Reine Angew. Math. 628 (Crelle) (2008), 205–233. [pdf]
53. Canonical symplectic structures and deformations of algebraic surfaces, Comm. in Contemp. Math. 11 (2009), no. 3, 481–493. [arXiv] [pdf]
54. A volume maximizing canonical surface in 3-space, coll. with I. Bauer, Comment. Math. Helv. 83 (2008), no. 2, 387–406. [pdf]
55. The classification of surfaces with $p_g = q = 0$ isogenous to a product of curves, coll. with I. Bauer, F. Grunewald, in ’Pure and Applied Math Quarterly’, volume in honour of F. Bogomolov’s 60-th birthday, Pure Appl. Math. Q. 4 (2008), no. 2, part 1, 547–586. [arXiv] [pdf]
56. Complex surfaces of general type: some recent progress., coll. I Bauer, R. Pignatelli, in ‘Global aspects of complex geometry’, (F. Catanese et al. editors) 1–58, Springer, Berlin, (2006). [arXiv] [pdf]
57. Surface classification and local and global fundamental groups I, Atti Accad. Naz. Lincei, Cl. Sci. Fis. Mat. Nat., IX. Ser., Rend. Lincei, Mat. Appl. 17, No. 2, 135–153 (2006). [arXiv] [pdf]
58. Chebycheff and Belyi Polynomials, Dessins d’Enfants, Beauville Surfaces and Group Theory, plenary talk at the Mediterranean Congress, coll. with I. Bauer, F. Grunewald, Mediterranean Journal of mathematics vol. 3, no. 2 (2006), 121–146. [arXiv] [pdf]
59. Real structures on torus bundles and their deformations, coll. Paola Frediani, Chen, Zhijie (ed.) et al., Proceedings of the international conference on complex geometry and related fields, Shanghai, China, 2004. Providence, RI: American Mathematical Society (AMS); Somerville, MA: International Press. AMS/IP Studies in Advanced Mathematics 39, 37–61 (2007). [arXiv] [pdf]
60. The Noether inequality for smooth minimal 3-folds., coll. with Meng Chen and De-Qi Zhang, Math. Res. Letters 13, no. 4 (2006), 653–666. [pdf]
61. Deformation in the large of some complex manifolds, II, coll. Paola Frediani, Berhanu, Shiferaw (ed.) et al., Recent progress on some problems in several complex variables and partial differential equations. Papers presented at the international conferences on partial differential equations and several complex variables, Wuhan, China, June 9–13, 2004 and on complex geometry and related fields, Shanghai, China, June 21–24, 2004. Providence, RI: American Mathematical Society (AMS). Contemporary Mathematics 400, 21–42 (2006). [arXiv] [pdf]
62. The 3-cuspidal quartic and braid monodromy of degree 4 coverings, coll. with Bronislaw Wajnryb, in ‘Projective varieties with unexpected properties’, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin (2005), 113–129. [arXiv] [pdf]
63. 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, Birkhäuser (2005), 1–42. [arXiv] [pdf]
64. The Maximum Likelihood Degree., coll. with Serkan Hosten, Amit Khetan, Bernd Sturmfels, Amer. J. Math. 128 (2006), no. 3, 671–697. [pdf]

65. The moduli space of surfaces with $K^2 = 6$ and $p_g = 4$, coll. Ingrid C. Bauer, Roberto Pignatelli , Math. Ann. 336 (2006), no. 2, 421–438. [pdf]
66. Trecce, Mapping class group, fibrazioni di Lefschetz ed applicazioni al diffeomorfismo di superficie algebriche, Rendiconti dell’ Istituto Lombardo, Accademia di Scienze e Lettere, Incontro di studio no. 36, Luigi Cremona: Convegno di studi matematici (2005), 207–235. [arXiv] [pdf]
67. Diffeomorphism of simply connected algebraic surfaces J. Differential Geom. 76 (2007), No. 2, 177–213.
68. Some new surfaces with $p_g = q = 0$, coll. I. Bauer, in ‘The Fano Conference’, 123–142, Univ. Torino, Turin, (2004). [arXiv] [pdf]
69. Fibred Kähler and quasi projective groups, Advances in Geometry, suppl., Special Issue dedicated to A. Barlotti’s 80th birthday (2003), Adv. Geom. suppl., (2003) S13–S27. [pdf]
70. Even sets of nodes on sextic surfaces, coll. with F. Tonoli, Jour. European Math. Soc. 9, No. 4 (2007), 705–737. [pdf]
71. From Abel’s Heritage: transcendental objects in algebraic geometry and their algebrization, in ‘The legacy of Niels Henrik Abel’, 349–394, Springer, Berlin, (2004). [arXiv] [pdf]
72. Deformation in the large of some complex manifolds, I Ann. Mat. Pura Appl. (4) 183, Volume in Memory of Fabio Bardelli, (2004), No. 3, 261–289. [pdf]
73. Symmetry and Variation of Hodge Structures, coll. I. Bauer, Asian Jour. Math., vol. 8, No. 2, Volume in honour of Siu’s 60-th birthday, (2004), 363–390. [pdf]
74. QED for algebraic varieties, Jour. Differential Geometry, 77 no. 1, (2007), 43–75. [pdf]
75. Symplectic structures of algebraic surfaces and deformation., math.AG/0207254, 14 pages.
76. Deformation types of real and complex manifolds, Proc. of the Chen-Chow Memorial Conference, Contemporary trends in algebraic geometry and algebraic topology (Tianjin, 2000), 195–238, Nankai Tracts Math., 5, World Sci. Publishing, River Edge, NJ, 2002. [arXiv] [pdf]
77. Canonical projections of irregular algebraic surfaces (coll. F.O. Schreyer), in “Algebraic Geometry, A Volume in memory of Paolo Francia”, Beltrametti, Catanese, Ciliberto, Lanteri, Pedrini editors, de Gruyter (2002), 79–116. [arXiv] [pdf]
78. Fibrations of low genus, I, coll. with R. Pignatelli, Annales Sci. École Norm. Sup. (4) 39 (2006), No. 6, 1011–1049. [pdf]
79. Canonical rings of surfaces whose canonical system has base points, coll. with I. Bauer and R. Pignatelli, in ‘Complex Geometry’, Collection of papers dedicated to Hans Grauert, Springer (2002), 37–72. [arXiv] [pdf]
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Bücher (Hrsg.)
1. Homological mirror symmetry and tropical geometry. Castano-Bernard, Ricardo (ed.); Catanese, Fabrizio (ed.); Kontsevich, Maxim (ed.); Pantev, Tony (ed.); Soibelman, Yan (ed.); Zharkov, Ilia (ed.) Based on the workshop on mirror symmetry and tropical geometry, Cetraro, Italy, July 2–8, 2011. Lecture Notes of the Unione Matematica Italiana 15, Springer Verlag.
2. Symplectic 4-manifolds and Algebraic surfaces, Catanese, F.(ed.);G. Tian (ed.), Lectures given at the C.I.M.E. summer school, Cetraro, Italy, September 2-10, 2003. Lecture Notes in Mathematics 1938. Berlin: Springer; Florence: Fondazione C.I.M.E. xiii, 345 p. (2008).
3. Vector bundles and low codimensional subvarieties: state of the art and recent developments, G. Casnati, F. Catanese, R. Notari editors, “Quaderni di Matematica” della Seconda Universita’ di Napoli, QM n. 21, (2007), 388 pp.
4. Global aspects of complex geometry. F. Catanese, H. Esnault, A Huckleberry, K. Hulek, T. Peternell, editors, Springer Verlag (2006).
5. Algebraic Geometry. Beltrametti, Mauro (ed.);Catanese, Fabrizio (ed.);Ciliberto, Ciro (ed.); Lanteri, Antonio (ed.); Pedrini, Claudio (ed.) . A Volume in memory of Paolo Francia. Walter de Gruyter , Berlin - New York (2002).
6. Complex Geometry. Bauer, Ingrid (ed.); Catanese, Fabrizio (ed.); Kawamata, Yujiro (ed.); Peternell, Thomas (ed.); Siu, Yum- Tong. Collections of papers dedicated to Hans Grauert. Berlin etc. Springer Verlag XXII, 340 p. (2002).
7. New trends in algebraic geometry. Hulek, Klaus (ed.); Catanese, Fabrizio (ed.); Peters, Chris (ed.); Reid, Miles (ed.) Selected papers presented at the Euro conference, Warwick, UK, July 1996. London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series. 264. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. x, 484 p. (1999).
8. Arithmetic geometry. Catanese, Fabrizio (ed.) Proceedings of a symposium, Cortona, Arezzo, Italy, October 16-21, 1994. Symposia Mathematica. 37. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, x, 300 p.(1997). [ISBN 0-521-59133-3/hbk]
9. Transcendental methods in algebraic geometry. Catanese, F.(ed.); Ciliberto, C. (ed.) Lectures given at the 3rd session of the Centro Internazionale Matematico Estivo (CIME), Cetraro, Italy, July 4-12, 1994. Lecture Notes in Mathematics. 1646. Cetraro: Springer, 258 p. (1996). [ISBN 3-540-62038-9/pbk]
10. Classification of irregular varieties. Minimal models and Abelian varieties. Ballico, Edoardo (ed.); Catanese, Fabrizio (ed.); Ciliberto, Ciro (ed.) Proceedings of a Conference held in Trento, Italy, 17-21 December, 1990. Lecture Notes in Mathematics. 1515. Berlin etc.: Springer-Verlag, 149 p. (1992). [ISBN 3-540-55295-2/pbk]
11. Problems in the theory of surfaces and their classification. Catanese, F.(ed.); Ciliberto, C. (ed.); Cornalba, M. (ed.), Papers from the meeting held at the Scuola Normale Superiore, Cortona, Italy, October 10-15, 1988. Symposia Mathematica. 32. London: Academic Press, Rome: Istituto Nazionale di Alta Matematica Francesco Severi, xii, 410 p. (1991). [ISBN 0-12-612232-6/hbk]
Oberwolfach Abstracts
1. Complex algebraic geometry. Abstracts from the workshop held May 26–June 1, 2013. Organized by Fabrizio Catanese, Christopher Hacon, Yujiro Kawamata and Bernd Siebert. Oberwolfach Rep. 10 (2013), no. 2, 1563–1627.
2. Complex algebraic geometry. Abstracts from the workshop held September 25–October 1, 2011. Organized by Fabrizio Catanese, Yujiro Kawamata, Bernd Siebert and Gang Tian. Oberwolfach Reports. Vol. 8, no. 3. Oberwolfach Rep. 8 (2011), no. 3, 2669–2733.
3. Komplexe algebraische Geometrie. [Complex algebraic geometry] Abstracts from the workshop held September 27–October 3, 2009. Organized by Fabrizio Catanese, Yujiro Kawamata, Gang Tian and Eckart Viehweg. Oberwolfach Reports. Vol. 6, no. 4. Oberwolfach Rep. 6 (2009), no. 4, 2483–2543.
4. Komplexe algebraische Geometrie. [Complex algebraic geometry] Abstracts from the workshop held October 1–6, 2007. Organized by Fabrizio Catanese, Yujiro Kawamata, Gang Tian and Eckart Viehweg. Oberwolfach Reports. Vol. 4, no. 4. Oberwolfach Rep. 47 (2007), 2791–2849.
5. Komplexe algebraische Geometrie. [Complex algebraic geometry] Abstracts from the workshop held February 13–19, 2005. Organized by Fabrizio Catanese, Yujiro Kawamata, Gang Tian and Eckart Viehweg. Oberwolfach Reports. Vol. 2, no. 1. Oberwolfach Rep. 2 (2005), no. 1, 407–463.
6. Mini-Workshop: Classification of Surfaces of General Type with Small Invariants. Abstracts from the mini-workshop held February 15–21, 2004. Organized by Fabrizio Catanese and Ciro Ciliberto. Oberwolfach Reports. Vol. 1, no. 1. Oberwolfach Rep. 1 (2004), no. 1, 439–477.