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II was awarded my Ph.D. in 2017 from the University of Florence, under the supervision of Prof. Paolo Lisca.

Since July 2018 I am a post-doctoral researcher at the Durham University, supported by a joint scholarship Accademia dei Lincei/Royal Society, under the supervision of Prof. Andrew J. Lobb.

Before I was a visiting assistant professor in Budpest, at the Alfréd Rényi Institute under Prof. András Stipcisz, and a visiting post-doc at the IMT in Toulouse, under the supervision of Prof. Francesco Costantino.

My research interests include: knot theory, low dimensional topology, and contact topology. I am broadly interested in link and 3-manifold invariants arising from representations of quantum groups, and their relationship with Floer-theoretic invariants. Moreover, I am also interested in the study of concordance of knots and links, and in the study of the symmetries of links.

E-Mail Addresses:
carlo [dot] collari [dot] math[at]gmail [dot] com
collari[at]math [dot] unifi [dot] it