Office: Science Center 425a
Email: jxwang@math.harvard.edu
This fall, I'll be a fourth-year graduate student in mathematics at Harvard, and my advisor is Peter Kronheimer. I was an undergraduate at Princeton.
My main area of research is low-dimensional topology.
Link Floer homology also detects split links
to appear, Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society | arXiv
The cosmetic crossing conjecture for split links
under revision, Geometry & Topology | arXiv
A combinatorial proof of invariance of double-point enhanced grid homology (with Timothy Ratigan and Luya Wang)
submitted | arXiv
Apr 2021 - Gauge Theory Virtual Seminar | slides
Apr 2021 - WUSTL Geometry and Topology Seminar
Mar 2021 - UCSD Topology Seminar
Jan 2021 - JMM AMS Special Session on Low Dimensional Topology, I
Oct 2020 - Stanford Topology Seminar
Oct 2020 - MSU Geometry and Topology Seminar
Oct 2020 - VCU Geometry and Topology Seminar
Jun 2020 - MPIM Topology Seminar
Minor thesis - Hodge theory for matroids
Summer 2021 - MSRI Summer Graduate School - Gauge Theory in Geometry and Topology
Spring 2021 - Low-dimensional manifolds
Summer 2020 - Differential forms in algebraic topology
Summer 2019 - Knot invariants and category theory with Morgan Opie
I'm an organizer of the Directed Reading Program, and I've mentored five reading projects so far.