Hannah Hoganson

PhD Candidate

Advised by Ken Bromberg

University of Utah

hoganson [at] math [dot] utah [dot] edu

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About Me

I'm a graduate student at the University of Utah, working with Ken Bromberg in Geometry. I am not teaching this year, but I am a co-chair of the graduate student advisory committee (GSAC). Here is my CV.
Research Interests
My current research focuses on the Lp metrics on Teichmüller space. More broadly, I like to think about geometric group theory, hyperbolic geometry, mapping class groups, and Thompson Groups.

I'm currently supported on the RTG: Algebra, Geometry and Topology at the University of Utah, NSF award #1840190.

M.S. Mathematics, Miami University, 2015

B.S. Mathematics, Lehigh University, 2013

Travel and Conferences

February 24-28: Young Geometric Group Theory IX. Saint-Jacut-de-la-mer, France


Riemann Surfaces and their Moduli Spaces. University of Utah. February 2020

Wasatch Topology Conference. Midway, Utah. August 2019

Aspects of Geometric Group Theory. IHES summer school. July 2019

Young Geometric Group Theory VIII. Bilbao, Spain. June 2019

Visiting Graduate Student. Yale University. Fall Semester 2018.

Wasatch Topology Conference. Midway, Utah. August 2018

Binghamton University Graduate Conference in Algebra and Topology. October 2014