University of Virginia
Department of Mathematics
Kerchof Hall, 141 Cabell Drive
Charlottesville, VA 22904


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Office: Kerchof 401

About Me

I am a fourth-year graduate student at University of Virginia.  My advisor is doctor Andrew Obus .  My research interests are Algebraic Number Theory and Algebraic Geometry. Specially, I am studying refined cyclic lifting problem for curves

Here is my CV.


1.  Connectedness of the Moduli Space for Artin-Schreier curves of fixed genus, 2017, preprint.

Working Projects

1.  The Refined Lifting Problem for Cyclic Extensions: I am trying to prove that local cyclic extension 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.

Simulation Videos

I got a Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering and was working as a Mechanical Engineer for more than one year in Vietnam. I hated using formulas without understanding 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

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