Algebraic geometry, representation theory and derived categories.
Nathan obtained his PhD from the University of Bath in 2009. He then worked as a post-doc at the Institute of Algebraic Geometry in Hannover until February 2015. Following shorter periods at universities in Bielefeld, Cologne and Muenster he moved to Plymouth in September 2016. His work is primarily in the area of algebraic geometry where it intersects homological algebra, representation theory and theoretical physics. In particular, the study of derived categories of both geometric and algebraic origin are central to his research.