Sarah C. Koch

Department of Mathematics
University of Michigan
East Hall, 530 Church Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109

office: 3855 East Hall
phone: (734) 764-6436
email: kochsc at umich.edu



Welcome!

I am an Associate Professor in the math department at the University of Michigan.

Research:

I work primarily in complex analysis, Teichmüller theory, and complex dynamics (in one and several variables).
Here is my CV, and here are my papers.

Teaching:

I am not teaching in Winter 2017.

Travel:

I am visiting the mathematics department at Harvard University in Spring 2017.
I am speaking at a special session on Arithmetic Dynamics at the Mathematical Congress of the Americas in Montreal in July 2017.
I am speaking at the Young Mathematicians Conference at Ohio State University in August 2017.
I am organizing a small gathering on Braids and Rational Maps with Eko Hironaka at Harvard University in August 2017.
I am speaking at the 13th William Rowan Hamilton Geometry and Topology Workshop at The Hamilton Mathematics Institute in August 2017.
I am speaking at the Midwestern Workshop on Asymptotic Analysis at IUPUI in October 2017.
I am speaking at GROW at Northwestern University in October 2017.
I am attending a conference in memory of my friend Tan Lei at Angers in October 2017.
I am participating in the Workshop on Arithmetic and Complex Dynamics in Oaxaca, Mexico in November 2017.
I am speaking at an AMS sectional meeting on Arithmetic Dynamics, at Northeastern University in April 2018.

Links:

Bill Thurston
this week
Complex Analysis, Dynamics, and Geometry Seminar
Geometry Seminar
Algebraic Geometry Seminar
Topology Seminar
Colloquium
up for a challenge?
accouplements de polynômes, by Arnaud Chéritat.
one of my favorite stories