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About Me

September, 2015

I am a mathematician currently postdocing (Assistant Research Professor is my title here) at the University of Connecticut. Currently I work with Jerzy Weyman. During my PhD at the University of Toronto, I was a member of the Homological Methods Seminar under the supervision of Ragnar-Olaf Buchweitz. This shaped my research interests: representation theory, commutative algebra, homological algebra etc. After Ragnar passed away, I started working with Graham Leuschke while staying officially as a graduate student at the University of Toronto under the supervision of Joel Kamnitzer. I am an organizer of UCGEN.

Papers

Trivial extension orders and dimension of singularity categories.
Preprint available upon request
QF-3 Orders over Cohen-Macaulay local rings.
Preprint available upon request
The cohomology annihilator of a curve singularity.
Journal of Algebra

Contact

My email address is

If you are a student please use your official university email address to email me.

Have We Met Before?

It is possible that we met before.

You may be my classmate. I was:

You may be my villagemate. I was:

You may be my talkmate. I gave a talk;

You may be my conferencemate. I was:

You may be my AdIMOMmate. I was:

You may be my studentmate. I was:

Teaching

I have taught and TA'd A LOT OF courses in Toronto. There were two main reasons: I liked teaching and I couldn't live a healthy life with the graduate student funding in Toronto. I have written up a lot of notes and problem sets. The plan is to move everything to this webpage permanently. But for the time being please check my webpage at University of Toronto for these resources.

Adimom

AdIMOM started in my bachelor apartment in Toronto as a small gathering of math grad students. Then, it became huge. You can check it out here.