About me

I am a graduate student at the mathematics department of Princeton University working under the supervision of professor Gang Tian. My research interests lie in the field of complex geometry. I am interested in a range of subjects including examples of non-Kähler manifolds, canonical metrics and topological properties of such manifolds, complex manifolds admitting large group of symmetries, and Chern numbers inequalities. In addition to this, I did some research on toric topology — the topic at the intersection of combinatorics, convex geometry and algebraic topology.

Curriculum vitae


In 2015–2017 at the Mathematics Department of Princeton Univsersity I taught and assisted in the following courses:
  • MAT340 Applied Algebra, Fall 2017
  • MAT385 Probability Theory, Spring 2017
  • MAT202 Linear Algebra with Applications, Fall 2016, Sping 2017
  • MAT204 Advanced Linear Algebra with Applications, Spring 2016
  • MAT215 Honors Analysis (Single Variable), Fall 2015
In 2012–2014 at the Department of Innovation and High Technology of MIPT I taught:
  • Introduction to Differential Geometry, Fall 2012, Fall 2013
  • Classical Mechanics, Spring 2013, Spring 2014
  • Introduction to Topology, Spring 2012
  • Links & Contacts

    Email: yuryu@math.princeton.edu

    Mailing address:
    Fine Hall, Washington Road
    Princeton NJ 08544 USA

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