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School of Mathematical Sciences

Dr Navid Nabijou


Lecturer in Mathematical Sciences

Room Number: MB-B27


Navid Nabijou is a Lecturer in the School of Mathematical Sciences. His research is in algebraic geometry, focusing on moduli spaces and employing combinatorial techniques arising from logarithmic and tropical geometry.

He received his PhD from Imperial College in 2018, then held postdoctoral positions in Glasgow and Cambridge, before starting at Queen Mary in September 2022.



  • Gromov-Witten theory of bicyclic pairs (with Michel van Garrel and Yannik Schuler). arxiv:2310.06058
  • Toric configuration spaces: the bipermutahedron and beyond. arxiv:2306.03215
  • Universality for tropical and logarithmic maps (with Gabriel Corrigan and Dan Simms). arxiv:2211.15719
  • Divisors and curves on logarithmic mapping spaces (with Patrick Kennedy-HuntQaasim Shafi, and Wanlong Zheng). arxiv:2209.00630
  • Tropical expansions and toric variety bundles (with Francesca Carocci). arxiv:2207.12541
  • Gromov-Witten theory via roots and logarithms (with Luca Battistella and Dhruv Ranganathan). Geometry & Topology, to appear
  • GV and GW invariants via the enhanced movable cone (with Michael Wemyss). arxiv:2109.13289
  • Rubber tori in the boundary of expanded stable maps (with Francesca Carocci). arxiv:2109.07512
  • The local-orbifold correspondence for simple normal crossings pairs (with Luca BattistellaHsian-Hua Tseng, and Fenglong You). Journal of the Institute of Mathematics of Jussieuvol. 22, no. 5 (2023)
  • Tangent curves to degenerating hypersurfaces (with Lawrence Jack Barrott). Journal für die reine und angewandte Mathematik (Crelle's Journal)vol. 2022, no.  793 (2022)
  • Gromov-Witten theory with maximal contacts (with Dhruv Ranganathan). Forum of Mathematics, Sigma, vol. 10,  e5 (2022)
  • Curve counting in genus one: elliptic singularities and relative geometry (with Luca Battistella and Dhruv Ranganathan). Algebraic Geometry, vol. 8, no. 6 (2021)
  • The fundamental solution matrix and relative stable maps. European Journal of Mathematics, vol. 5, no. 3 (2019)
  • Relative quasimaps and mirror formulae (with Luca Battistella). International Mathematics Research Notices (IMRN)vol. 2021, no. 10 (2021)
  • Mutations of fake weighted projective spaces (with Tom CoatesSamuel Gonshaw, and Alexander Kasprzyk). Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, vol. 21, no. 4 (2014)
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