Carl Wang-Erickson

Office: 421 Thackeray Hall
Office Hours, spring 2020: Mon 4-5 and Wed 2-3


I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Pittsburgh. I received my PhD from Harvard University, where my advisor was Mark Kisin. Previously, I was a post-doc at Brandeis University and Imperial College London.

Research Summary

My research interests are in number theory. Each of my research projects has applied tools from representation theory, algebraic geometry, and/or homotopical algebra. I especially like to think about moduli spaces and deformation theory of objects of interest in number theory.

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