Office: B1G MLH
The University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA 52242-1419
Starting from Fall 2018, I am a Visiting Assistant
Professor at Department of Mathematics of the University of Iowa. My
research area is representation theory of algebras.
We are organizing a conference on "Homological Methods and Tilting
Theory of Finite Dimensional Algebras", Aug16-19, 2019, University of Iowa. Check Here.
Ph.D. Mathematics, Northeastern University, Boston.
M.S., Mathematics, Shanghai JiaoTong University, Shanghai.
B.A., Mathematics, Shanghai JiaoTong University, Shanghai.
Van, Nguyen, Gordana Todorov, Shijie Zhu, Preprojective algebras
of tree type quivers, Communications in Algebra, 2018,
2. Van, Nguyen, Idun Reiten, Gordana Todorov, Shijie
Zhu, Dominant dimension and tilting modules, Math.Z., 2018,
3. Emily Barnard, Andrew Carroll, Shijie Zhu, Minimal inclusions
of torsion classes, Algebraic Combinatorics, to appear.
4. Shijie Zhu, Functors and morphisms determined by subcategories, 2017, https://arxiv.org/abs/1710.08966. (Submitted to "Applied Categorical Structure".)
Courses at the University of Iowa:
Math 2850 Calculus III, Fall 2019.
Math 1460 Calculus for Biological Sciences, Summer 2019.
Math 2700 Introduction to Linear Algebra, Spring 2019.
Math 1005 College Algebra, Fall 2018.
Math 1020 Elementary Functions, Fall 2018.
Courses at Northeastern University:
Math 1251, Calculus and Differential Equations for Biology 1, Spring 2018.
Math 2341, Differentoal Equations and Linear Algebras, Summer, 2017.
Math 2280, Statistics and Software, Fall 2016.
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