Jingyin Huang

An example of a cube complex: Habitat 67

Max Planck Institute for Mathematics
Vivatsgasse 7, 53111 Bonn, Germany

Email: jingyin at mpim-bonn dot mpg dot de

I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at Max Planck Institute for Mathematics. I received my Ph.D. in 2015 from the Courant Institute at New York University under B. Kleiner. I was a postdoctoral fellow at McGill University from September 2015 to July 2017. Here is my CV.

Research Interests:

I work in geometric group theory, with emphasis on quasi-isometric rigidity, CAT(0) geometry, lattices acting on cube complexes, Artin groups, Coxeter groups, right-angled buildings.

Publications and preprints:
  • Quasi-Euclidean tilings over 2-dimensional Artin groups and their applications (with D. Osajda). [Arxiv]
  • Metric systolicity and two-dimensional Artin groups (with D. Osajda). [Arxiv]
  • A step towards Twist Conjecture (with P. Przytycki). [Arxiv]
  • Large-type Artin groups are systolic (with D. Osajda). [Arxiv]
  • Hyperfiniteness of boundary actions of cubulated hyperbolic groups (with M. Sabok and F. Shinko). [Arxiv]
  • Determining the action dimension of an Artin group by using its complex of abelian subgroups (with M. Davis). Bull. London. Math. Soc. (2017). [Arxiv]
  • Commensurability of groups quasi-isometric to RAAG's. [Arxiv]
  • Quasi-isometric classification of right-angled Artin groups II: several infinite out cases. [Arxiv]
  • Groups quasi-isometric to RAAG's (with B. Kleiner). To appear in Duke Mathematical Journal. [Arxiv]
  • Cocompactly cubulated 2-dimensional Artin groups (with K. Jankiewicz and P. Przytycki). Comment. Math. Helv. 91 (2016), 519–542. [Arxiv]
  • Quasi-isometric classification of right-angled Artin groups I: the finite out case. Geometry & Topology 21 (2017), no. 6, 3467–3537. [Arxiv]
  • Top dimensional quasiflats in CAT(0) cube complexes.  Geometry & Topology 21 (2017), no. 4, 2281–2352. [Arxiv]

Past Teachings:
  • Linear Algebra and Geometry, Fall 2016 (McGill)
  • Calculus 3, Fall 2015 (McGill)

Other related things:
  • Slides of a talk given in the summer 2016 Wasatch Topology Conference.