Yen-An Chen

I am a PhD student in Mathematics at the University of Utah.
And my advisor is Christopher Hacon.
My area of interest is algebraic geometry.
In particular, I am interested in foliations, moduli theory, and minimal model program.
I will be a postdoctoral fellow at NCTS from August 2021.

Papers

Fujita's conjecture on quasi-elliptic surfaces. (Accepted)
arXiv:1907.09046

Boundedness of minimal partial du Val resolutions of canonical surface foliations.
(Accepted, to appear in Mathematische Annalen)
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00208-021-02195-6
Full-text view-only version

Generalized canonical models of foliated surfaces. (Submitted)
arXiv:2103.12669

Log canonical foliation singularities on surfaces. (Submitted)
arXiv:2104.00591

Teaching

Fall 2020: MATH1210 - Calculus I (Instructor)

Fall 2019: MATH1030 - Introduction to Quantitative Reasoning (Instructor)

Fall 2018: MATH1030 - Introduction to Quantitative Reasoning (Instructor)

Fall 2017: MATH1030 - Introduction to Quantitative Reasoning (Instructor)

Spring 2017: MATH1320 - Engineering Calculus II Lab (Teaching Assistant)

Fall 2016: MATH1310 - Engineering Calculus I Lab (Teaching Assistant)

Email

yachen (at) math (dot) utah (dot) edu

Address

Department of Mathematics
155 South 1400 East, JWB 233
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

Office

The John Widtsoe Building (JWB), Room 112

Last updated

May 3rd, 2021