# List of publications

- Computing the Rabinowitz Floer homology of tentacular hyperboloids with A. Fauck and W. J. Merry. arXiv:2006.16839, 2020.

Abstract: We compute the Rabinowitz Floer homology for a class of non-compact hyperboloids $\Sigma\simeq S^{n+k-1}\times\mathbb{R}^{n-k}$. Using an embedding of a compact sphere $\Sigma_0\simeq S^{2k-1}$ into the hypersurface $\Sigma$, we construct a chain map from the Floer complex of $\Sigma$ to the Floer complex of $\Sigma_0$. In contrast to the compact case, the Rabinowitz Floer homology groups of $\Sigma$ are both non-zero and not equal to its singular homology. As a consequence, we deduce that the Weinstein Conjecture holds for any strongly tentacular deformation of such a hyperboloid.

- Rabinowitz Floer Homology for Tentacular Hamiltonians. with F. Pasquotto and R. C. Vandervorst. International Mathematics Research Notices, 2020.

Abstract: This paper extends the definition of Rabinowitz Floer homology to non-compact hypersurfaces. We present a general framework for the construction of Rabinowitz Floer homology in the non-compact setting under suitable compactness assumptions on the periodic orbits and the moduli spaces of Floer trajectories. We introduce a class of hypersurfaces being the level sets of specific Hamiltonians: strongly tentacular Hamiltonians, for which the compactness conditions are satisfied, thus enabling us to define the Rabinowitz Floer homology for this class. Rabinowitz Floer homology in turn serves as a tool to address the Weinstein conjecture and establish existence of closed characteristics.

- Bounds for tentacular Hamiltonians. with F. Pasquotto. Journal of Topology and Analysis, Vol. 12, No. 01, pp. 209-265 (2020).

Abstract: This paper represents a first step towards the extension of the definition of Rabinowitz Floer homology to non-compact energy hypersurfaces in exact symplectic manifolds. More concretely, we study under which conditions it is possible to establish $L_\infty$-bounds for the Floer trajectories of a Hamiltonian with non-compact energy levels. Moreover, we introduce a class of Hamiltonians, called tentacular Hamiltonians, which satisfy the conditions: how to define RFH for these examples will be the subject of a follow-up paper.