I am currently the Graduate Chair for the Department of Mathematics, and am a Managing Editor of Homology, Homotopy and Applications.
My papers, preprints and talks.
Here are some photos from trips I have been on; I also have a Google+ page.
Contact information is below.
My research interests include algebraic topology
(especially stable homotopy theory and model categories),
homotopy type theory and univalent foundations,
modular representation theory,
mathematical physics (quantum gravity),
algebraic and scientific computation,
and category theory (especially higher categories).
Research groupDan Christensen (faculty)
Chris Kapulkin (postdoc, 2014-2017)
Fosco Loregian (postdoc, 2016-2018, starting August 2016)
James Richardson (Ph.D. student, Sept 2015 until present)
Marco Vergura (Ph.D. student, Sept 2015 until present)
Luis Scoccola (Ph.D. student, starting September 2016)
Mitchell Riley (M.Sc. student, Sept 2015 until August 2016)
Shiyam Thavandiran (M.Sc. student, Sept 2015 until August 2016)
Jason Brennan (Undergraduate Summer Research Award, May to August 2016)
Chris Kapulkin and I are running a seminar on homotopy type theory this semester.
Chris Kapulkin, Rick Jardine and I are organizing a Workshop on Homotopy Type Theory and Univalent Foundations of Mathematics at The Fields Institute, May 16-20, 2016. I am also co-organizing a Workshop on Triangulated Categories at the Banff International Research Station, June 20-24, 2016. I am also a co-organizer of a Mathematics Research Communities event on Homotopy Type Theory, from June 4 to 10, 2017 in Snowbird, Utah. This event is designed for people within about 3 years (before or after) of their PhD.
I encourage eligible people apply for an NSERC Postdoctoral Fellowship, an NSERC Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship (domestic and international applicants eligible), any other NSERC postdoc, an NSF PDF (e.g. a International Research Fellowship Program postdoc, or a Mathematical Sciences Postdoctoral Research Fellowships or a Distinguished International Postdoctoral Research Fellowship), or similar to be held at Western.
The Canadian Government has many scholarships and fellowships that are available for people from many different countries.
|Summer 2016||Representation Theory, Math 9140a.|
|Winter 2016||Algebraic Topology, Math 4152b/9052b.|
|Fall 2014||Linear Algebra I, Math 1600a.|
|Summer 2014||Representation Theory, Math 9140a.|
|Winter 2014||Linear Algebra I, Math 1600b.|
|Fall 2013||Linear Algebra I, Math 1600a.|
|Algebraic Topology, Math 4152a/9052a.|
The Hopf archive
of research papers in topology.
The Front for the xxx Mathematics
Archive. Direct to the xxx archive.
The K-theory archive.
MathSciNet, which contains
searchable reviews of almost all mathematics publications and many
physics publications as well.
SAGE is a wonderful program which interfaces to Magma, Maple, Mathematica and MATLAB, and the free programs Axiom, GAP, GP/PARI, Macaulay2, Maxima, Octave, and Singular. It is freely available and open source.
If you find math fun, consider becoming a math major. Talk to me or anyone else in the department if you're curious.
Department of Mathematics
The University of Western Ontario
London, Ontario N6A 5B7
Office phone: (519) 661-2111 x86530
Fax: (519) 661-3610 (include my full name)