Huachen Chen

Office: JWB 206

Email: hchen@math.utah.edu


About me

I am a graduate student at the University of Utah working with Aaron Bertram. I received my master's degree from Ohio State University under the supervision of Emanuele Macrì, and my bachelor's degree from Sun Yat-Sen University in Guangzhou.

Here is my CV.

Research

My research interest lies in algebraic geometry, with emphases on derived category of sheaves, moduli of sheaves and complexes, cubic fourfolds and noncommutative K3, Frobenius structures on spaces of Bridgeland stability conditions.

Preprints

  1. O'Grady's birational maps via wall-hitting (arxiv, updated version). Submitted.
  2. The Voisin map via families of extensions (arxiv).

Posters

O'Grady's birational maps via wall-crossing.

The Voisin map via families of extensions.

Teaching

Current

Fall 2018, Engineering Calculus II (Laboratory).

Office hours: Tuesday, 9:30-11:30, WEB 1622, and by appointment.


University of Utah

Summer 2018, Business Calculus.

Fall 2017, Engineering Calculus I (Laboratory).

Fall 2016-Spring 2017-Summer 2017, Introduction to quantitative reasoning.

Spring 2016, Honor Calculus I (Laboratory).

Fall 2015, Differential Equations and Linear Algebra (Laboratory).

Ohio State University

Spring 2015, Calculus II (Recitation).

Fall 2014, Calculus II (Recitation).