Email: hqd4bz (at) virginia (dot) edu
Office: Kerchof 401
Office Hours: MTWF 2:00 - 3:00; Thursday 3:00 - 4:00
I am a fourth-year graduate student at 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!
1. Connectedness of the Moduli space of Artin-Schreier curves of fixed genus, 2017. Submitted.
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 written by Andrew Obus.
Instructor of Record:
2017 Fall, Math 1310, Calculus I
2017 Spring, Math 1210 Applied Calculus I
2016 Fall, Math 1210 Applied Calculus I
2016 Spring, Math 1220 Applied Calculus II
2015 Fall, Math 1210 Applied Calculus I
2017 Summer, Math 1320, Calculus II
2015 Summer, Math 1310, Calculus I
2015 Spring, Math 5656, Number Theory and Math 1330, Calculus III
2014 Fall, Math 1310, Calculus I (2 sections)
I got a Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering and worked as a Mechanical Engineer for a year in Vietnam. I hated using formulas so much that I switched to Math. Below are some of the simulation videos I made for my projects back in College.
1. Metal Clip Machine, 2009
2. Automatic Sorting System 1, 2009
3. Automatic Sorting System 2, 2009
My bachelor thesis (in Vietnamese) was about designing and constructing a model of pipe conveyor. Here are the drawings and the pictures of the real model.
This is my modern retelling of Red Riding Hood written in French.