

Keyvan(=K_{1}) Yaghmayi
Department of Mathematics
University of Utah
155 South 1400 East JWB 121
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Tel: +1 801 581 6208
FAX: +1 801 581 4148
Email:
yaghmayi@math.utah.edu

Research:
I am instructor of Mathematics at the University of Utah. Last year, I graduated with PhD in mathematics under the supervision of Professor Tommaso de Fernex. My research lied inbetween of maxplus algebra, topology, and Berkovich spaces; more specifically, I used techniques from birational geometry and cubical hyperresolutions to study the homotopy type of Berkovich spaces over trivially valued fields. Here is my Research Statement from last year.
Before joining the University of Utah, I received my M.Sc. in Mathematics from Sharif University of Technology and got some taste of number theory, tropical geometry, and central simple algebra.
Currently I work on my "Edge Detection" project by combining fuzzy inference system with neural network to make an efficient edge detection algorithm. In the past, I did some basic projects about Motion Detection, Colorization, and Facial Outline.
Teaching:
Summer 2018: Introduction to Quantitative Reasoning (Math 1030002). Please log into Canvas.
Summer 2017: Differential Equations and Linear Algebra (Math 2250001) Syllabus Feedback
Spring 2017: Calculus III (Math 2210003). Syllabus Feedback
Summer 2016: Calculus II (Math 1220003).
Spring 2016: TA for Calculus II (Math 1220003) taught by Nathan Smale.
Fall 2015: Calculus I (Math 1210001).
Summer 2015: Trigonometry (Math 1060003).
Fall 2014: Calculus I (Math 1210008).
Fall 2013: Trigonometry (Math 1060002).
Spring 2013: College Algebra (Math 1090003).
Fall 2012: Quantitative Analysis (Math 1100005).

 