Hall Room 220
Department of Mathematics
Johns Hopkins University
3400 N. Charles Street
Phone: (410) 516-7725
I am currently a J. J. Sylvester Assistant Professor in the
Department of Mathematics at Johns Hopkins University, working with Prof. Bernard Shiffman. I received my
PhD in 2016 from Department of Mathematics from University of California,
Irvine, under Prof. Zhiqin Lu.
My research field is Kähler geometry. I am mainly
interested in Bergman kernel and L2 estimates.
2018: Math 607, Complex Variables.
2017: Math 311, Methods of Complex Analysis.
Fall 2017: Math 405,
2017: Math 421, Dynamical Systems.
Fall 2016: Math 108, Calculus I for
Physical Sciences and Engineering.
1. Asymptotic Expansion of the Bergman Kernel via Perturbation of the Bargmann-Fock Model (with Hamid Hezari, Casey Kelleher and Shoo Seto). Journal of Geometric
Analysis (2016) 26: 2602.
2. Off-Diagonal Asymptotic Properties of Bergman Kernel on Kähler Manifolds (with Hamid Hezari and Zhiqin Lu). In preparation.
Complex Geometry Seminar
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