I am an Assistant Professor at the University of Southern California.

From 2012-2016 I was first a Szegö Assistant Professor and then an NSF postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University. I was a member at the IAS in Fall 2016. I completed my Ph.D. in 2012 at MIT (including two years on exchange at U.C. Berkeley), working with Denis Auroux.

More details can be found in my CV (last updated 8/2016).

I'm interested in symplectic topology. Much of my
recent work
concerns structural aspects of *Fukaya categories* and *Floer theory*, using methods of *homological algebra* and *non-commutative geometry*, with applications to *mirror symmetry* and *string topology*.
I gratefully acknowledge the support of the National Science Foundation through Awards DMS-1907635 and CAREER DMS-2048055.

S. Ganatra, M. Maydanskiy, *Legendrian Surgery Formulae and P. Seidel's
Conjecture*, appendix to Bourgeois, Ekholm, and Eliashberg's *Effect of
Legendrian Surgery*, Geom. Topol. 16 (2012), no. 1, 301-389. ArXiv link: arXiv:0911.0026,

Y. Eliashberg, S. Ganatra, O. Lazarev, *Flexible Lagrangians*, Int. Math. Res. Not. 2020 (2020), 2408-2435. ArXiv link: arXiv:1510.01287.

S. Ganatra, J. Pardon, V. Shende, *Covariantly functorial wrapped Floer theory on Liouville sectors*, Publ. Math. IHES 131 (2020), 73-200. ArXiv link: arXiv:1706.03152.

M. Abouzaid, S. Ganatra, H. Iritani, N. Sheridan, * The Gamma and Strominger-Yau-Zaslow conjectures: a tropical approach to periods*, Geom. Topol. 24 (2020), no. 5, 2547-2602. ArXiv link: arXiv:1809.02177.

S. Ganatra, D. Pomerleano, * Symplectic cohomology rings of affine
varieties in the topological limit*, GAFA 30 (2020), no. 2, 334-456. ArXiv link:
arXiv:1811.03609.

S. Ganatra, D. Pomerleano, *A log PSS morphism with applications to Lagrangian embeddings*, J. Topol. 14 (2021), 291-368. ArXiv link: arXiv:1611.06849.

S. Ganatra, *Cyclic homology, S^1-equivariant Floer cohomology, and Calabi-Yau structures*, to appear in Geom. Topol. (2021), 84 pages, arXiv:1912.13510.

S. Ganatra, K. Siegel, * On the embedding complexity of Liouville manifolds*, to appear in J. Differ. Geom. (2021), 52 pages, arXiv:2012.04627.

S. Ganatra, * Symplectic cohomology and duality for the wrapped Fukaya category*, preprint (2013), 166 pages, arXiv:1304.7312. My Ph.D. thesis. A slightly more up to date version is available here.

S. Ganatra, T. Perutz, N. Sheridan, *Mirror symmetry: from categories to curve counts*, preprint (2015), 37 pages, arXiv:1510.03839.

S. Ganatra, *Automatically generating Fukaya categories and computing quantum cohomology*, preprint (2019), 27 pages, arXiv:1605.07702.

S. Ganatra, J. Pardon, V. Shende, *Sectorial descent for wrapped Fukaya categories*, preprint (2019), 111 pages, arXiv:1809.03427.

S. Ganatra, J. Pardon, V. Shende, *Microlocal Morse theory of wrapped Fukaya categories*, preprint (2020), 84 pages, arXiv:1809.08807.

S. Ganatra, * Categorical non-properness in wrapped Floer theory*, preprint (2021), 19 pages, arXiv:2104.06516.

- Currently:
**Math 535a (USC, Spring 2022)** - Math 226r (USC, Fall 2021)
- Math 641 (USC, Spring 2021)
- Math 641 (USC, Fall 2020)
- Math 125g (USC, Fall 2020)
- Math 520 (USC, Spring 2020)
- Math 535b (USC, Spring 2020)
- Math 535b (USC, Spring 2019)
- Math 535a (USC, Spring 2018)
- Math 440 (USC, Fall 2017)
- Math 535a (USC, Spring 2017)
- Math 51 (Stanford, Summer 2016)
- Math 257b (Stanford, Spring 2016)
- Math 171 (Stanford, Spring 2016)
- Math 51(Stanford, Winter 2015)
- Math 113 (Stanford, Spring 2013)
- Math 215B (Stanford, Winter 2013)
- Math 51 (Stanford, Fall 2012)

- From Sept. 29-Oct. 2 2020, I am co-organizing a virtual workshop, Floer-theoretic and algebro-geometric aspects of SYZ mirror symmetry.
- I co-organize the Western Hemisphere Virtual Symplectic Seminar (WHVSS).
- USC's Geometry, Topology & Categorification Seminar.
- In June 2019, I served as a mentor of the Kylerec 2019 (graduate student) workshop.
- In January 2016, I served on the resident scientific committee of a graduate student workshop on Lefschetz Fibrations: Rigidity and Flexibility, held in New Orleans.
- From 2009-2013, I co-organized the Talbot Workshop. In 2010 and 2011 I co-organized the MIT Geometry Workshop.
- Here are some notes from conferences and seminars, which I am currently organizing and formatting (
*some older notes are currently down, and will be re-posted soon*). Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or would like clarification.