I work at the Kortewegde Vries institute of mathematics at the University of Amsterdam. I teach Algebra I in the Bachelor Mathematics, Mirror symmetry in the Master Mathematical
Physics and a course on chaos theory in the Bachelor BetaGamma.
Research interests

Resolutions of singularities:
Noncommutative symplectic geometry, formally smooth algebras, derived equivalences between noncommutative algebras and algebraic varieties. 
Geometric invariant theory:
quotient singularities, moduli spaces of stable representations, slice theorems. Stability conditions. 
Homological mirror symmetry:
Matrix factorizations for noncommutative algebras, Fukaya categories of (punctured) surfaces. 
Dimer models:
Representations of Jacobi Algebras, Noncomutative crepant resolutions and the relation to mirror symmetry 
Representation theory of quivers:
Local quivers, quivers with potentials, preprojective algebras, Mckay correspondence. Applications of quivers in theoretical physics and topology.
Address
University of Amsterdam
Kortewegde Vries Institute for Mathematics
Science Park 105107
1098 XG Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Tel: +31 (0) 20 525 5166
Room: F3.13
Email: raf.bocklandt"at"gmail.com