• An Huang 黄岸 Brandeis University

    An Huang 黄岸 received his PhD in Mathematics from the University of California at Berkeley in 2011. He was a postdoctoral fellow at the Harvard University Mathematics Department, and joined Brandeis University as an Assistant Professor in Mathematics in 2016 http://www.brandeis.edu/ departments/mathematics/. His research spans many branches of mathematics, including Algebraic Geometry, Number Theory, Graph Theory, not to mention Physics. His work in recent years focused on the interplay between Algebraic Geometry, the theory of Special Functions and Mirror Symmetry, and he has helped settle many important problems in Mirror Symmetry and Physics using techniques from Geometric Representation Theory, http://people.brandeis.edu/~anhuang/. He was a native of Hubei and he is an avid player of the Chinese ancient board game GO. Professor Huang will be teaching Algebraic Combinatorics II at Mathcamp this summer.

  • Han Li 李涵 Wesleyan University

    Dr. Han Li 李涵 has been an Assistant Professor in Mathematics at Wesleyan University since 2015. His research interest lies in Lie groups, discrete subgroups, dynamics on homogenous spaces and their interactions with number theory and geometry. Dr. Li received his PhD degree in Mathematics from Yale University in 2014. Prior to joining Wesleyan he spent an academic year as a postdoc at the University of Texas at Austin and MSRI Berkeley. Dr. Li will be teaching Analysis and Topology I at Mathcamp this summer.

  • Bong Lian 连文豪 Brandeis University

    Bong Lian 连文豪 is a Professor at Brandeis University in Boston, Massachusetts. He received his PhD in Physics from Yale University in 1991. He was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto, and later at Harvard University. He joined the Brandeis Mathematics Department in 1995, and has remained on their faculty since. Professor Lian’s research is at the interface between Mathematics and Physics, and has been interested in questions about the geometry of a class of spaces known as Calabi-Yau manifolds. His research interests also include representation theory and string theory. Professor Lian was awarded a John Simon Guggenheim Research Fellowship in 2003 http://www.gf.org/fellows/all-fellows, and he received a Chern Prize at the 2013 International Congress of Chinese Mathematician in Taipei, ”for exceptional contributions to mathematical research or to public service activities in support of mathematics. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Chern_Prize_(ICCM), http://iccm.tims.ntu.edu.tw/#@MorningsideAwards In 2015, he joined eight renowned mathematicians to received a Simons Collaboration Grant on Homological Mirror Symmetry, https://schms.math.berkeley.edu/. In 2014, along with Professor Shing-Tung Yau, Lian cofounded the Tsinghua Mathcamp and has served as its external organizer since its founding. Professor Lian will be teaching Linear Algebra I and II at this Mathcamp.

  • Ivan Loseu Northeastern University

    Professor Ivan Loseu received his Ph.D. in 2007 from Moscow State University in Russia. After being a CLE Moore instructor at MIT in 2008-2011, he joined the faculty of Northeastern University, https://web.northeastern.edu/iloseu/. In July 2018 he is starting as a Professor of Mathematics at the University of Toronto. Professor Losev was an invited speaker at the International Congress of Mathematicians in 2010, he became a Sloan fellow in 2014 and an AMS fellow in 2018. He is interested in Representation theory, a field of Mathematics that deals with various aspects of symmetry, as well as its connections to Combinatorics and Geometry. Professor Loseu will be here and teaching Algebraic Combinatorics I during the second half of this Mathcamp.

  • Saso Strle University of Ljubljana

    Saso Strle is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. He received his PhD from Brandeis University. He was a Britton Postdoctoral Fellow at McMaster University in Canada. His research focuses on low dimensional topology, specifically on questions concerning knots and surfaces in 3- and 4-manifolds. His work uses methods of various analytical gauge theories combined with combinatorial ideas. Professor Strle will be teaching Analysis and Topology II at Mathcamp this summer.

  • Chenglong Yu 余成龙 Harvard University

    Chenglong Yu 余成龙 recently received his PhD from Harvard University. He is going to be a Hans Rademacher Instructor of Mathematics at the University of Pennsylvania in the fall. His research is on period integrals, and related geometric and arithmetic problems of Calabi-Yau manifolds. He is also interested in the moduli of K3 surfaces and cubic fourfolds. Dr. Yu will be serving as the Head Coach and will be teaching Algebraic Combinatorics I during the first half of this Mathcamp.

  • Yu Qiu 邱宇 Chinese University of Hong Kong

    Yu Qiu 邱宇 is a Research Assistant Professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and will be joining the Yau Mathematical Sciences Center in Tsinghua as an Associate Professor this fall (http://qdexter.wixsite.com/main). He received his Ph.D from the University of Bath in the United Kingdom in 2011, and did his postdoc in Canada and Norway. He received an International Conference on Representation of Algebras Award 2016 for his contributions on the topological structure of Bridgeland stability conditions and a sequence of studies about Calabi-Yau and cluster categories. Dr. Qiu will be heading the Math Olympiad Weekend Sessions along with Dr. Luo.

  • Wei Luo 罗炜 Chinese University of Hong Kong

    Wei Luo 罗炜 is an independent Math Olympiad trainer, currently afliated with Tsinghua University. He received his Ph.D. in Mathematics from MIT in 2003, and was on the faculty of Zhejiang University until last year.


  • Rui Chen 陈锐 Tsinghua University

    Rui Chen 陈锐 is a PhD student in Mathematics at Tsinghua University. His research interest is Algebraic Geometry. Rui will be a coach in Algebraic Combinatorics II.

  • Yu-Wei Fan 范佑维 Harvard University

    Yu-Wei Fan 范佑维 will be a fifth year graduate student at Harvard University. He is working on his dissertation under the direction of Professor Shing-Tung Yau. His research focuses on algebraic geometry and homological mirror symmetry. Yu-Wei will be coaching for Analysis and Topology II.

  • Lina Han 韩丽娜 Tsinghua University

    Lina Han 韩丽娜 is a PhD student at Tsinghua, studying Representation Theory of Algebras. Lina will be coaching for Linear Algebra I.

  • Kai Huang 黄开 Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Kai Huang 黄开 graduated from Peking University last year. He is currently a PhD student in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is interested in algebraic geometry, especially birational geometry and hopes to start doing research as soon as possible. 黄开 will be coaching for Algebraic Combinatorics II.

  • Zhenkun Li 李振坤 Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Zhenkun Li 李振坤 is currently a third year PhD candidate in Mathematics at MIT His research interests are low dimensional topology and knot theory. Zhenkun will be coaching for Linear Algebra I

  • Xintao Luo 罗鑫涛 Tsinghua University

    Xintao Luo 罗鑫涛 is pursuing his Master’s degree at Tsinghua in Differential Geometry. He will be coaching for Analysis and Topology II.

  • Haonan Qu 曲昊男 Tsinghua University

    Haonan Qu 曲昊男 is a PhD candidate at Tsinghua studying Integrable Systems and Mathematical Physics. He plans to continue to further his research in these and related areas. Haonan will be coaching for Analysis and Topology I.

  • Donghao Wang 王东皞 Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Donghao Wang 王东皞 is a second year graduate students at MIT who works on gauge theory, with an emphasis on Seiberg-Witten equations and its application towards low dimensional topology. I graduated from Peking University in 2012 with a Bachelor’s degree. Donghao will be coaching for Algebraic Combinatorics I.

  • Chengyang Shao 邵城阳 Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Chengyang Shao 邵城阳 is a PhD candidate in mathematics at MIT. His research interest includes harmonic analysis, partial differential equations and geometric analysis. Chengyang will be coaching for Analysis and Topology I.

  • Weifeng Sun 孙巍峰 Harvard University

    Weifeng Sun 孙巍峰 is currently a second year graduate student at Harvard. He is interested in differential geometry and topology. Weifeng will be coaching for Linear Algebra II.

  • Fa Wang 王法 Tsinghua University

    Fa Wang 王法 is a PhD candidate in Mathematics at Tsinghua. Her research focuses on computational mathematics, and her academic plan for the immediate future is studying about trust-region. She will be coaching for Algebraic Combinatorics I.

  • Hui Yang 杨辉 Tsinghua University

    Hui Yang 杨辉 is a PhD student at the Yau Mathematical Sciences Center at Tsinghua. His research area is elliptic partial differential equations. He will be coaching for Analysis and Topology I.

  • Lishan Yu 余丽珊 Tsinghua University

    Lishan Yu 余丽珊 is a PhD candidate at Yau Mathematical Science Center, Tsinghua University, and my major is Statistics. She will soon be doing research in the intersection between statistics and deep learning. She will be coaching for Linear Algebra II.