The Geometry Discovery Project
UCI students are cordially invited to the Geometry Discovery Project (GDP). The purpose of this project is to provide undergraduate students research opportunities, and to provide a knowledge base for those interested in Euclidean geometry, including kids taking AMC or AIME, or participating Math Circle.
Here are some details of the GDP:
- Students will learn how to collect materials to write expository paper using
- Students will learn how to give math research presentation.
- Students can join my Math 199: Supervised Research. See the syllabus of the course.
Math Prerequisite Review Materials
The Math Prerequisite Review Materials provide you with an efficient review of the mathematical content needed to succeed in the most popular lower and upper division courses. For each course, 5-8 short modules include videos, notes, practice problems, and solutions. Reviewing for each course takes approximately 5 hours and ideally should be completed before classes start. These pre-requisite review materials can also be used during the course to review concepts or calculation techniques that are expected of students. Here is the link of the math prerequisite webpage.
Sound of Symmetry
- (Joint with J. Rowlett) The Sound of Symmetry, Amer. Math. Monthly, vol 122, No. 9, pp 815--835, 2015, with erratum. The paper won the 2016 Halmos - Lester R. Ford Award of the Mathematical Association of America.
- The blog of the paper is posted at the Oxford University Press Blog: Can one hear the corners of a drum?
- The above blog is rewritten in Chinese, published at 数学文化, vol 10（2), 2019, 104-107 (武侠和数学, joint with 罗茱莉).
Teaching, Research, and Service Page
- Here is the rest of my webpage.