## Qiaochu Yuan

**Office:** 1097 Evans Hall

**Office Hours (Fall 2017):** M 2:30-4:30

**Email:** qchu[at]math[dot]berkeley[dot]edu

I am a sixth-year graduate student at the University of California, Berkeley. (Note that there is another graduate student of the same name here.) My advisor is

David Nadler.

### Teaching

**Fall 2017:** Math 55 Discrete Mathematics (Holtz).

Section website (last updated 8/27/17).

**Spring 2016:** Math 54 Linear Algebra and Differential Equations (Yuan).

Course website,

section website (last updated 2/19/16).

**Fall 2015:** Math 54 Linear Algebra and Differential Equations (Nadler).

Course website,

section website (last updated 11/11/15)

**Spring 2014:** Math 1B Calculus (Reshetikhin).

Course website,

section website (last updated 4/23/14)

**Fall 2013:** Math 1A Calculus (Steel).

Course website,

section website (last updated 12/10/13)

### Classes, Seminars, and Conferences

Notes are unedited. Any errors introduced are mine.

**Spring 2016:**
**Spring 2015:**
**Fall 2014:**
**Summer 2014:**
- West Coast Algebraic Topology Summer School: Topological Field Theories (Ayala, Blumberg, Francis, Freed, Gwilliam, Poirier, Schommer-Pries, Adem, Cohen, Sinha). Syllabus, notes and problem sets

**Spring 2014:**
**Fall 2013:**
**Spring 2013:**
**Fall 2012:**
- Math 253 Homological Algebra (Wodzicki). Notes (last updated 11/18/12)
- Math 274 The Geometry and Algebra of Curves on Surfaces (Thurston). Notes (last updated 1/14/13)
- Math 275 Quantum Field Theory (Reshetikhin). Notes (last updated 11/18/12)

### History

On December 6th, 2013, I passed my qualifying exam. Here is my

syllabus and transcript.

In the summer of 2013 I was an instructor at the

Summer Program for Applied Rationality and Cognition.

In the summer of 2012 I was a counselor at the

Program in Mathematics for Young Scientists (PROMYS), where I had previously been a student in the summer of 2006.

I graduated from the

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (B.Sc. in Mathematics) in February 2012. From September 2010 to April 2011 I also studied abroad at the

University of Cambridge (

Part II of the Mathematical Tripos) through the

Cambridge-MIT Exchange.