Characterisation of excluded-minor graphs

Feng ZHU 朱沨

Wir müssen wissen, wir werden wissen.

I am currently a graduate student in the mathematics department at the University of Michigan, where my advisor is Dick Canary. I was previously an undergraduate at Princeton University

[pdf] Curriculum Vitæ.

I am interested mostly in geometric topology and in broader applications of geometrical and topological ideas. Some things I have been trying to think about recently include Teichmüller theory, higher Teichmüller theory in general and Anosov representations in particular, (the) Thurston metric(s), and geometric group theory.

I am also fascinated by languages and how they work, and interested in how computation and algorithms might play a part in helping us understand these problems, and help us teach machines to use natural language along the way.

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