Corey Wolfe

I am a graduate student at the University of Tulane under the direction of Dr. Mahir Bilen Can. My interests lie in the intersection between combinatorics and algebraic geometry often involving the theory of algebraic groups and algebraic monoids.

Contact me at cwolfe@tulane.edu or download my CV (last updated in Summer 2021).

Research

Preprint.

Advances in Applied Mathematics. 120 (2020)

Talks

  • A Gentle Introduction to Moduli Spaces, April 2021, Tulane University Graduate Colloquium

  • On the Top-Weight Rational Cohomology of A_g, March 2021, “Tropical Geometry, F1-connections and Matroids” at the Spring 2021 SE AMS Virtual Sectional Meeting

  • The Borel Submonoid of a Symplectic Monoid, February 2021, CombinaTexas

  • Counting Lattice Points in Reflexive Polygons, September 2019, Tulane University Graduate Colloquium

  • The Historical Development of Algebraic Geometry, April 2019, Tulane University Graduate Colloquium

Teaching

Teaching Assistant (Tulane University)

  • Calculus I

Fall 2017, Spring 2020 (Hybrid Online/In-Person), Fall 2020 (Hybrid Online/In-Person)

  • Calculus II

Spring 2019

  • Calculus III

Spring 2018, Fall 2018, Fall 2019, Spring 2020 (Hybrid Online/In-Person), Fall 2020 (Hybrid Online/In-Person), Spring 2021 (Hybrid Online/In-Person)

  • Experimental Mathematics: An Introduction to Game Theory (for High School Students)

Summer 2019

Supplementary Instructure (University of Florida)

  • Pre-Calculus: Algebra and Trigonometry

2016 - 2017

Workshops

  • ICERM Women in Algebraic Geometry Workshop, August 2020

Project: The Rational Cohomology of A_g

Group Leaders: Dr. Melody Chan and Dr. Margarida Melo

  • MSRI Graduate Summer School in Toric Varieties, August 2019

Instructors: Dr. David Cox, Dr. Henry Schenck

University Service

  • President of Tulane University AWM Chapter, Fall 2020 - Spring 2021

  • Secretary of Tulane University SIAM Chapter, Fall 2019 - Spring 2020

  • Continued participation in GiST and BATS

Get in touch at cwolfe@tulane.edu