Kwun "Angus" Chung

About Me

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I am a sixth year PhD student in Department of Mathematics at University of Michigan. My advisor is Kartik Prasanna. Here is my CV.

I obtained my BSc degree in mathematics at University of Washington in June 2015.


I am interested in algebraic number theory, specifically function field arithmetic. In particular, I like to think about Drinfeld modules, zeta functions and L-functions in characteristic p, analogs of p-adic zeta and L-functions in characteristic p, and their special values.



Here are some notes that I have typed.


Current Teaching

In Fall 2020, I am teaching Math 116.

Past Teaching in University of Michigan

Fall 2016 - Fall 2018, Summer 2019, Fall 2019, Spring 2020 (7 semesters) Math 116
Winter 2016 Math 115
Fall 2015 Math 105

Other Teaching

In Fall 2019, I was a mentor of the Directed Reading Program in University of Michigan.

In 2018-2019, I volunteered in leading some sessions in Wolverine pathway and Math Circle in Michigan. They are workshops provided to students in middle schools and high schools, aiming at developing their interests in math.

In Summer 2013, Summer 2015 and Summer 2016, I served as a teaching assistant for the Enrichment Programme for Young Mathematics Talent, organised by The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Last Updated: Oct 27th, 2020.

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