Huy Dang

Email: hqd4bz (at) virginia (dot) edu
Office: Kerchof 401
Office Hours: MTWF 2:00 - 3:00; Thursday 3:00 - 4:00

About Me

I am a fourth-year graduate student at the University of Virginia. My thesis advisor is Andrew Obus. My research interests are Arithmetic Geometry, Algebraic Number Theory and Galois Theory. In particular, I am working on the lifting problem for curves.

This is my CV!


Connectedness of the Moduli space of Artin-Schreier curves, 2017. Submitted.

Working Projects

The refined cyclic local lifting problem for curves, 2018. I am trying to prove that local cyclic extensions are liftable in towers. That is, given local G-extension k[[z]]/k[[t]] with G cyclic and a lift R[[S]]/R[[T]] of a subextension k[[s]]/k[[t]] to characteristic zero, there is a lift of k[[z]]/k[[t]] to characteristic zero that containing R[[S]]/R[[T]] as a subextension. One can learn more about the lifting problem from this paper.

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