Alex Wang


About Me:

I am a first-year graduate student in mathematics at the University of Washington, interested in algebra, combinatorics, and related things.

Previously, I was an undergraduate mathematics student at the University of Michigan. Go Blue!


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Mathematics:

Research

I am interested in algebra, combinatorics, and related areas.

As an undergraduate at the University of Michigan, I participated in several REUs and other research experiences - detailed information can be found here.

Papers

  1. Centrally symmetric and balanced triangulations of $\mathbb{S}^2 \times \mathbb{S}^{d-3}$ with few vertices, with Hailun Zheng.
    European J. Combinatorics 85 (Mar. 2020), 103043
    arXiv:1811.08505

Teaching

In Winter 2021, I will be a Teaching Assistant for Math 124, sections DC and DD, taught by Professor Ebru Bekyel. My course information can be found here.

Past Teaching:

Biography

I was previously an undergraduate mathematics student at the University of Michigan, from September 2017 to December 2020. My website can be found here. Note that this site is no longer being updated.