Research Interests

Supersymmetric field thoeries, mathematical formalisms of supergravity, representation theory and other stuff in mathematical physics.

Publications and Preprints

Other Notes and Talks

"Chern-Simons theory in BV formalism", seminar on algebraic structures in physics, Stony Brook, Mar 26, 2013.

"Reidemeister torsion and semiclassical approximation in BV formalism", seminar on algebraic structures in physics, Stony Brook, Feb 26, 2013.

"Introduction to symplectic Gromov-Witten theory", Gromov-Witten theory seminar, Columbia, Jun 26, 2012.

"Feynman Integrals." pdf A note on a proof of the Feynman integral given by D. Kazhdan in "Introduction to QFT" from Quantum fields and strings: a course for mathematicians, Vol. 1. Last updated: 2011.

"Classical Field Theory: Scalars & Gauge Fields", RTG seminar in geometry and physics, Stony Brook, Nov 2, 2009.

"Chern-Weil Theory and Equivariant Cohomology." (in Chinese) pdf This brief survey was written after studying the material with Prof. Jian Zhou, whose influence on my interest in mathematical physics is substantial. The note later turned into my undergrad thesis under supervison of Prof. Zizhou Tang. 2009.

Hui Lin, Cheng Hao, Xiao Wang, Qiang Yuan, Ze-Long Yi, Tong-Jie Zhang, Bao-Quan Wang, "Cosmological Constraints from Hubble parameter H(z) and SN Ia observations." Mod. Phys. Lett. A, 24, 1699-1709, 2009.  Journal Reference  arXiv Reference

"Boolean Algebras and Logic" pdf A little note on the Stone's representation theorem in logic. This is the first thing I've ever written in LaTex. 2008.

Teaching

MAT123 Introduction to Calculus: Spring 10, Fall 10, Summer 12.

MAT125 Calculus A: Summer 13, Fall 13.

MAT126 Calculus B: Spring 12, Summer 13 Spring 14, Summer 14,.

MAT132 Calculus II: Spring 11, Summer 11, Spring 13.

MAT203 Calculus III with Applications: Fall 11.

MAT211 Introduction to Linear Algebra: Fall 09, Fall 10.

MAT307 Multivariable Calculus with Linear Algbra: Fall 12.

MAT310 Linear Algebra: Fall 12.

About

I'm in my fifth year of Ph.D. study in mathematics and am expecting to graduate in May 2015. My advisor is Michael Movshev.