I recently graduated as a Ph.D. from the Mathematics Department at The Ohio State University. My advisor was Prof. Herb Clemens. I study algebraic geometry and my research interests lie in topology of algebraic varieties, Hodge theory, D-modules, geometry of cubic threefolds/fourfolds, moduli space of curves and sheaves.
I will become a Golomb Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Department of Mathematics, Purdue University in August 2022.
Here is my CV.
My name in Chinese character: 张义龙 (Simplified), 張義龍 (Traditional)
Recent and Upcoming Talks/Events
Seminars at OSUHere are Algebraic Geometry Seminar and Arithmetic Geometry Seminar, and Graduate Student Algebraic Geometry Seminar at OSU.
Here is a series of student seminars on algebraic geometry that I organized in the past with the guidance of Herb Clemens:
These are preceded by a series of reading seminars led by Herb Clemens:
I also co-organized the Graduate Student Algebraic Geometry Seminar with Aniket Shah in Sp 19, Au 19, and Sp 20. It was later run by Deniz Genlik. Here is the current website.
TeachingIn Au 2021, I was a graduate research associate for Prof. Marty Golubitsky and my responsibility was to make exercises for an online Linear Algebra book, which is available on GitHub.
I was a teaching assistant in the following courses in the past:
OutreachIn Spring 2022, I'm mentoring two undergraduate students in Math Cycle and Directed Reading Program, respectively. One student explores mathematical formulation of the "figure-eight phenomenon" in astronomy. The other student studies stereographic projections and Mobius transformations.
Last updated on May 10, 2022