Junho Peter Whang

410 Fine Hall, Washington Rd, Princeton, NJ 08544
Email: jwhang [at] math [dot] princeton [dot] edu

I am a fifth-year Ph.D. student in Mathematics at Princeton University. My advisor is Peter Sarnak.
I will be a C.L.E. Moore Instructor at MIT starting this Fall 2018.

My current research is in Diophantine analysis.
I am interested in applying transcendental methods and ideas from algebraic geometry, differential geometry, topology, and dynamics.

Here is my CV.

Papers (newest first)

  1. Arithmetic of curves on moduli of local systems. Preprint. 2018. arXiv.
  2. Nonlinear descent on moduli of local systems. Preprint. 2017. arXiv.
  3. Periodic points on character varieties. Preprint. 2017. arXiv.
  4. Simple loops on punctured surfaces and boundaries of character varieties. Preprint. 2016. arXiv.
  5. The uncertainty principle and a generalization of a theorem of Tao (with M. Ram Murty). Lin. Alg. App. 2012.
  6. Another proof of the infinitude of the prime numbers. Amer. Math. Month. 2010.

Recent and upcoming events

This page was last updated on March 14, 2018.