I am a Postdoctoral Fellow at University of Toronto. I am working with Kasra Rafi. My research lies in geometric group theory, specifically the geometry of Out(Fn) and CAT(0) groups. Previously I was a postdoctoral at Technion and I was a PhD student at Tufts University studying boundaries of CAT(0) groups. My advisor at Tufts was
Kim Ruane. Here is my CV.

    Email: yulan.qing@utoronto.ca
    Mailing: Department of Mathematics
              40 St. George St. room 6290
              Toronto, ON,  M5S 2E4

    "Convexity of Balls in the Outer Space" with Kasra Rafi, submitted. [pdf]
    "Uniform Fellow Traveling Between Surgery Paths in the Sphere Graphwith Matt Clay and Kasra Rafi, to appear in Algebraic and Geometric Topology.  [Arxiv]
    "Actions of Right-Angled Coxeter Groups on the Croke-Kleiner Spaces"  Geometriae Dedicata, 185(1), 1-14, 2016  [Arxiv]
    "Geometry of Right-Angled Coxeter Groups on the Croke-Kleiner Spaces" Geometriae Dedicata, 183(1), 113-122, 2016 [pdf]
    "Boundary of CAT(0) Groups with Right Angles"(Thesis) Tufts University, Dept. of Mathematics 2013 [pdf]
    "Subspace intersection graphs", with Joshua Laison, Discrete Math. 310 , no. 23, 3413–3416; 2010 [pdf]
    "Differential posets and dual graded graphs"(Thesis) Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Mathematics 2008 [pdf]
    "Knight’s tours for cubes and boxes"with John Watkins,Congressus Numerantium 181 (2006) 41–48

    This semester I am on leave. In the past two semesters, I have taught Linear Algebra MAT223 and Calculus III MAT291. In Fall 2017 I will be teaching First Year Seminar PMU199.

Upcoming Conferences

Conferences Organizing
     Sage Days, June 2018, University of Toronto