## Carl Wang-Erickson

Email: carl.wang-erickson@pitt.edu

Office: Thackeray 421

### About

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.

### Professional information and current activities

- CV, as of August 2019. [pdf]
- In spring term 2020, I will be teaching Topology 2 (graduate level, Math 2701).
- In fall term 2019, I taught Algebra 2 (graduate level, Math 2501). [website]
- In summer 2019, I supervised the mathematical explorations of two Imperial College London undergraduates through Imperial's UROP program.
- Travel and local speaking schedule.

### Work