## Qiaochu Yuan

**Office:** 1041 Evans Hall

**Office Hours (Fall 2015):** W 1:30-3:30pm, or by appointment

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

I am a fourth-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. I'm interested in homotopy theory, quantum field theory, manifold topology, and higher category theory.

### Teaching

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

Course website,

section website (last updated 8/24/15)

**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 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.