I am a post-doc at the University of Hamburg, primarily interested in symplectic topology and its interactions with algebraic geometry, representation theory and low-dimensional topology. You can contact me at matthew.habermann AT uni-hamburg.de.

Before coming to Hamburg, I was a PhD student in London at the London school of geometry and number theory (LSGNT), where my advisor was Yankı Lekili. I am currently on the academic job market. A complete CV is available here, and my Google Scholar profile here.- A note on homological Berglund-Hübsch-Henningson mirror symmetry for curve singularities, submitted. arXiv
- Homological mirror symmetry for nodal stacky curves. To appear in Math. Res. Lett. (2023). arXiv
- Homological mirror symmetry for invertible polynomials in two variables. Quantum Topol. 13 (2022), no. 2, pp. 207–253. arXiv
- Homological Berglund-Hübsch mirror symmetry for curve singularities, joint with Jack Smith. J. Symplectic Geom. Volume 18 (2020), no. 6, 1515-1574. arXiv

- Homological mirror symmetry for invertible curve singularities. My PhD thesis. All results are contained in the first three papers above. This differs slightly from the official version (available here) as I find and correct typos.
- Gauge construction and the Yang--Mills heat flow over real four-manifolds. My Honour's thesis (which is entirely expository), written in 2016 at the University of Queensland under the supervision of Huy The Nguyen.