## Anthony Sanchez

I am a graduate student in the Department of Mathematics and advised by Jayadev Athreya. I am on the job market this fall.

**Email:**
asanch33(at)uw.edu

**Office:**
Padelford C-552

**Office hours:** This quarter I am funded by the GO-MAP dissertation fellowship and so I am not teaching.
### Research

My research predominantly focuses on:
- Translation Surfaces
- Homogeneous Dynamics

My CV can be found here

*Some Publications and Preprints*
A. Sanchez. "Random torsion affine lattices". Preprint available upon request. (2020)
A. Sanchez. Gaps of saddle connection directions for some branched covers of tori (arXiv Preprint) (2020)
With F. Bozgan, J. Spielberg, D. Stevens, C. E. Silva, and J. Wang W-measurable sensitivity of semigroup actions (arXiv Preprint) To appear in Colloq. Math. (2020)
With F. Bozgan, D. Stevens, C. E. Silva, and J. Wang Subsequence rational ergodicity of rank-one transformations. Dyn. Sys. Vol. 30 (2015), no. 1, 70-84.
With K Ayers, X Garcia, J Kunze, T Rudelius, S Shao, and E Speranza Limit and Morse Sets for Deterministic Hybrid Systems. Qual. Theory Dyn. Syst. Vol. 12 (2013), no. 2, 335–360.

Some notes that I have written can be found here.

I co-organize a dynamics seminar at UW. Details for the fall seminar can be found here.
### Teaching

During the Summer 2020 quarter I was the full instructor for Math 308 (Linear Algebra).

During the Spring 2020 quarter I was a teaching assistant for Math 308 (Linear Algebra).

During the Winter 2020 quarter I was a teaching assistant for Math 307 (Differential Equations).

During the Autumn 2019 quarter I was a teaching assistant for Math 126 (Calculus 3).

During the Summer 2019 quarter I was the full instructor for Math 125: Calculus II.

During the Spring 2019 quarter I was a teaching assistant for Math 126 (Calculus 3).

During the Winter 2019 quarter I was a teaching assistant for Math 125 (Calculus 2).

During the Autumn 2018 quarter I was a teaching assistant for Math 124 (Calculus 1).

University of Washington

Department of Mathematics

Box 354350

Seattle, WA 98195-4350