About me

I'm an assistant professor in the math department of Johns Hopkins University, currently on leave as a visiting Clay fellow at Princeton University. Previously, I was a CLE Moore instructor at MIT. I'm interested in algebraic geometry, especially birational geometry and K-stability. I obtained my PhD in 2019 from Princeton University under the supervision of János Kollár. Before that, I was an undergraduate at Peking University.


My research is partially supported by the NSF Award DMS-2240926 (formerly DMS-2055531).

Email: zzhuang [at] jhu [dot] edu

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This page was last updated on August 9, 2022.