I have moved to the Peking
University. Please visit my website here.
Brook, NY, USA 11794-3660
am currently a postdoc holding a Milnor Lecturer position at the
for Mathematical Sciences at Stony
Brook University. I got my PhD in 2015 from UCLA under the
supervision of Professor Mario
2019: MAT 200 (Website)
research interests lie in the interplay of dynamical systems and
geometry of spaces with fractal nature. In particular, I am
interested in the dynamics and geometry of Thurston maps.
Li (with T. Zheng), Prime orbit theorems for expanding Thurston maps.
short version (PDF)
of expanding Thurston maps,
volume 4 of The
Atlantis Series in Dynamical Systems,
Atlantis Press (Springer), 2017. (PDF)
Li, Weak expansion properties and large deviation principles for
expanding Thurston Maps. Adv.
(2015), 515–567. (PDF)
Li, Equilibrium states for expanding Thurston maps.
357 (2018), 811–872. (PDF)
Li, Periodic points and the measure of maximal entropy of an
expanding Thurston map. Trans.
Amer. Math. Soc.,
368 (2016), 8955–8999. (PDF)
Z. Li, A Combinatorial Interpretation for Certain Relatives of the
Conolly Sequence. J.
11 (2008), Article 08.2.1. (PDF).
Poem in Chinese (PDF)