Tim RyanPostdoctoral assistant professorDepartment of Mathematics University of Michigan rtimothy@umich.edu Office: East Hall 1833 I am a (postdoctoral) assistant professor in mathematics at the University of Michigan mentored by Karen Smith. I received my Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Chicago working with Izzet Coskun and subsequently was an RTG postdoctoral fellow at Stony Brook University/the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics mentored by Rob Lazarsfeld. My research interests include birational geometry, the theory of moduli spaces, derived categories in algebraic geometry, and higher codimension cycles. Application MaterialsCVResearch Statement Teaching Statement 
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Current teachingLoG(M)Introduction to Topology Past teachingCalculus ICalculus A Calculus C Logic, Language, and Proof Applied Algebra Calculus IV with Applications Calculus II Calculus I PreCalculus College Algebra Education and experienceUniversity of Michigan(Postdoctoral) Assistant Professor, 2019Present Stony Brook University RTG Research Assistant Professor, 20162019 University of Illinois at Chicago Ph.D., Mathematics, 2016 University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee M.S., Mathematics, 2011 Truman State University B.A., Mathematics, 2010 B.S., Economics, 2010 Conferences and seminarsConferences organizedSeminars organized
