I am an Elliot Assistant Research Professor at the Department of Mathematics, Duke University.
In the summer of 2015 I was a visting scientist working in the MaxPlack Institute in Bonn (Germany).
I completed my PhD in 2014 at Imperial College London.
Curriculum vitae is available here.
Research Interests
My research interests are centered around differential geometry and mathematical physics. More specifically gauge theory and special holonomy.
Publications

G. Ball and G. Oliveira, Gauge Theory on AloffWallach spaces,
preprint arXiv:1610.04557

J. Lotay and G. Oliveira, $SU(2)^2$invariant $G_2$instantons,
preprint arXiv:1608.07789

G. Oliveira, Gerbes on $G_2$ Manifolds,
preprint arXiv:1608.08949

G. Oliveira, $G_2$Monopoles with Singularities (Examples), Letters in Mathematical Physics, vol. 106, no. 11, pages 14791497, (2016)
also available at arXiv:1609.05731

G. Oliveira, Monopoles on AC 3manifolds, Journal of the London Mathematical Socitey, (2) 93, no. 3, 785810, (2016)
older version available at arXiv:1412.2252

G. Oliveira, CalabiYau Monopoles on $T^* \mathbb{S}^3$, Communications in Mathematical Physics, Volume 341 (2), pages 699728, (2015)
older version available at arXiv:1411.0491

G. Oliveira, $G_2$ Monopoles on the Bryant Salamon Manifolds, Journal of Geometry and Physics, Volume 86, 599632, (2014),
available at arXiv:1310.7392

G. Oliveira, Monopoles in Higher Dimensions, PhD Thesis, Imperial College London (2014)
available at spiral
Conference proceedings

$G_2$Gauge theory, extended abstract in Oberwolfach Reports Volume 12, Issue 1, 2015, 2015
available here
Other

Geometry and Quantization, Master Thesis at IST, Lisboa (2010)
available here