I'm a fifth-year math grad student at the University of Michigan.
My advisor is Mattias Jonsson.

I'm interested in non-Archimedean geometry and complex geometry, especially K-stability.

I'm from the city of Hangzhou.

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Contact

**Email:** yueqiaow at umich dot edu
**Office:** 5840 East Hall, Department of Mathematics, University of Michigan

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Research

Volume and Monge-Ampère energy on polarized affine varieties. arXiv:2106:13395.
Boundedness of semistable sheaves, with Haoyang Guo, Sanal Shivaprasad and Dylan Spence, expository writing for Stacks Project Expository Collection. arXiv:2112:03834.

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Teaching

Math 105: Instructor (Fall 2017)
Math 115: Instructor (Winter 2018, Fall 2020)

Math 116: Instructor (Fall 2019, Winter 2020)

Math 215: Lab instructor (Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Winter 2021, Fall 2021)

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Talks

1. "The complex Monge-Ampère equation." Student analysis seminar, University of Michigan, Fall 2019.

2. "K-stability for differential geometers." Student geometry seminar, University of Michigan, Fall 2019.

3. "Non-reductive geometric invariant theory and hyperbolicity, following Bérczi-Kirwan. " Preprint algebraic geometry seminar, University of Michigan, Winter 2020.

4. "Cayley-Bacharach theorems with excess vanishing, following Ein-Lazarsfeld. " Preprint algebraic geometry seminar, University of Michigan, Fall 2020.

5. "Higher direct images of dualizing sheaves, following Kollár (first of two talks)." Preprint algebraic geometry seminar, University of Michigan, Winter 2021.

6. "Seshadri constants and K-stability of Fano manifolds, following Ahmadinezhad-Zhuang." Preprint algebraic geometry seminar, University of Michigan, Fall 2021

7. "Mori dream spaces." Student algebraic geometry seminar, University of Michigan, Fall 2021

## Notes

1. The complex Monge-Ampère equation, from a talk given in the Student analysis seminar.

2. Notes on constant scalar curvature metrics and symplectic geometry, from a talk given in Math 636.

3. Intersection of algebraic varieties, final project for Math 631.