Universität Zürich

Winterthurerstrasse 190

CH-8057 Zürich

E-Mail:

Office: Y27J32

Institut für Mathematik

Universität Zürich

Winterthurerstrasse 190

CH-8057 Zürich

E-Mail:

Office: Y27J32

Universität Zürich

Winterthurerstrasse 190

CH-8057 Zürich

E-Mail:

Office: Y27J32

My research is in mathematical physics where I am interested in geometric and algebraic methods of quantum field theory. In particular, my focus lies on topological quantum field theories, local gauge theories, algebraic topology, symplectic geometry and higher structures in quantum field theory.

If you are interested in doing a master thesis or semester thesis with me, you can contact me by email. Here is a list of potential topics for a master thesis and here is a list of potential topics for a semester thesis.

I do not take any master theses for the fall semester 2024!

Available at Springer Verlag: *SpringerBriefs in Physics*.

Available at Springer Verlag: *Lecture Notes in Mathematics*

Despite multiple checks, some typos made it to the printed version. Here you can find a list of errata.

Available at World Scientific: *Series on Probability Theory and Its Applications*

- Since 2024: Privatdozent at the University of Zurich
- 2023: Habilitation at the Faculty of Science of the University of Zurich
- 2022–2023: Research Scholar at the University of Zurich
- 2021–2022: Postdoc at UC Berkeley (Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Nicolai Reshetikhin)
- 2020–2021: Postdoc at the University of Zurich
- 2016–2020: PhD student at the University of Zurich (Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Alberto S. Cattaneo)
- 2015–2016: Master student at the University of Zurich / ETH Zurich
- 2012–2015: Bachelor student at the University of Zurich / ETH Zurich

*4-Manifold Topology, Donaldson–Witten Theory, Floer Homology and Higher Gauge Theory Methods in the BV-BFV Formalism*, N. Moshayedi, Rev. Math. Phys.**34**.9, 2250029, (2022)*Computations of Kontsevich Weights of Connection and Curvature Graphs for Symplectic Poisson Structures*, N. Moshayedi, F. Musio, Adv. Theor. Math. Phys.**25**.5, pp. 1325–1365, (2022)*On Globalized Traces for the Poisson Sigma Model*, N. Moshayedi, Commun. Math. Phys.**393**, pp. 583–629, (2022)*Formal Global Perturbative Quantization of the Rozansky–Witten Model in the BV-BFV Formalism,*N. Moshayedi, D. Saccardo, J. Geom. Phys.**174**, (2022)*Convolution Algebras for Relational Symplectic Groupoids and Reduction,*I. Contreras, N. Moshayedi, K. Wernli, Pac. J. Math.**313**.1, pp. 75–102, (2021)*On Quantum Obstruction Spaces and Higher Codimension Gauge Theories*, N. Moshayedi, Phys. Lett. B**815**, (2021)*Formal Global AKSZ Gauge Observables and Generalized Wilson Surfaces,*N. Moshayedi, Ann. Henri Poincaré**21**, pp. 2951–2995, (2020)*Introduction to the BV-BFV formalism*, A. S. Cattaneo, N. Moshayedi, Rev. Math. Phys.**32**.9, 2030006, (2020)*On the Globalization of the Poisson Sigma Model in the BV-BFV Formalism,*A. S. Cattaneo, N. Moshayedi, K. Wernli, Commun. Math. Phys.**375**.1, pp. 41–103, (2020)*Globalization for Perturbative Quantization of Nonlinear Split AKSZ Sigma Models on Manifolds with Boundary,*A. S. Cattaneo, N. Moshayedi, K. Wernli, Commun. Math. Phys.**372**.1, pp. 213–260, (2019)*Relational Symplectic Groupoid Quantization for Constant Poisson Structures*, A. S. Cattaneo, N. Moshayedi, K. Wernli, Lett. Math. Phys.**107**, pp. 1649–1688, (2017)

*Notes on Geometric Quantization*, N. Moshayedi, arXiv:2010.15419

*Quantum Field Theory and Functional Integrals: An Introduction to Feynman Path Integrals and the Foundations of Axiomatic Field Theory*, N. Moshayedi, Published in the book series*SpringerBriefs in Physics,*(2023)*Kontsevich's Deformation Quantization and Quantum Field Theory,*N. Moshayedi, Published in the book series*Lecture Notes in Mathematics*,**2311**, (2022)*Introduction to Probability Theory: A First Course on the Measure-Theoretic Approach*, N. Moshayedi, Published in the book series*World Scientific Series on Probability Theory and Its Applications***3**, (2022)

Introduction to Riemannian Geometry

Exercises Introduction to Riemannian Geometry

- Talks in Mathematical Physics
- Zurich Colloquium in Mathematics
- Higher Structures in QFT and String Theory