Christopher Drupieski earned his PhD in Mathematics from the University of Virginia in 2009. He then spent three years as a VIGRE Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Georgia before joining the faculty at DePaul University in 2012. Prior to graduate school, Christopher majored in Mathematics and Physics at McDaniel College in Westminster, MD.
Christopher's research interests focus on the representation theory and cohomology of algebraic groups, Lie algebras, Lie superalgebras, finite (super)group schemes, and related mathematical structures.
- Simons Collaboration Grant for Mathematicians ($35,000), 2016-2021
- Elsevier Foundation Mathematical Sciences Sponsorship Fund travel grant ($1500), 2015
- AMS-Simons Travel Grant for Early Career Mathematicians ($4800), 2013-2015
- Differentiating the Weyl generic dimension formula with applications to support varieties
Adv. Math. 229 (2012), 2656-2668 (with D. Nakano and B. Parshall).
- Second cohomology for finite groups of Lie type
J. Algebra 360 (2012), 21-52 (with the University of Georgia VIGRE Algebra Group)
- On projective modules for Frobenius kernels and finite Chevalley groups
Bull. London Math. Soc. 45 (2013), no. 4, 715-720.
- Cohomological finite generation for restricted Lie superalgebras and finite supergroup schemes,
Represent. Theory 17 (2013), 469-507.
- Cohomological finite generation for finite supergroup schemes
Adv. Math. 288 (2016), 1360-1432.