Department of Mathematics

University of Toronto

40 St. George St., Room 6290

Toronto, Ontario, M5S 2E4

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Office: PG301

I am a fourth year PhD student working in geometric analysis at the University of Toronto under the supervision of Professor Robert (Bob) Haslhofer. My current main research topic is about singularity models of mean curvature flow.

*Hearing the shape of ancient noncollapsed flows in R^4. (joint with Robert Haslhofer)*

arXiv: 2107.04443

*On uniqueness and nonuniqueness of ancient ovals. (joint with Robert Haslhofer)*

arXiv: 2105.13830

*The blowdown of ancient noncollapsed mean curvature flows. (joint with Robert Haslhofer)*

arXiv: 2106.04042

*Bounded diameter under mean curvature flow. J Geom Anal (2021)*

arXiv: 2004.03769

**MAT1300: Differential Topology (Fall 2021)**

**APM346: Partial Differential Equations (Spring 2021, Fall 2020)**

**MAT334: Complex Variables (Fall 2020, Spring 2019, Fall 2018)**

**MAT 244: Ordinary Differential Equations (Spring 2020, Fall 2019)**

**MAT224: Linear Algebra 2 (Summer 2020)**

**MAT223: Linear Algebra 1(Summer 2020)**

**MAT 188: Applied Linear Algebra (Fall 2019)**

**MAT136: Calculus 2 (Summer 2021)**

**MAT135: Calculus 1 (Summer 2021, Summer 2019)**

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Albert Chern