Welcome to my homepage. I am a researcher in algebraic geometry as a Marie Curie Fellow at Warwick University with Miles Reid.
Selected publications and preprints:
- Log BPS numbers of log Calabi-Yau surfaces, joint with J. Choi, S. Katz and N. Takahashi, arXiv:1810.02377.
- Local Gromov-Witten Invariants are Log Invariants, joint with T. Graber and H. Ruddat, arXiv:1712.05210.
- Local BPS Invariants: Enumerative Aspects and Wall-Crossing, joint with J. Choi, S. Katz and N. Takahashi, accepted to IMRN, 2018.
- A constructive approach to a conjecture by Voskresenskii, joint with M. Florence, appeared in Selecta Mathematica, vol. 23, no. 4, 2017.
My name in Chinese characters: 魅志江流.
Some lectures on the Gross-Siebert program.
On the more colorful, this is a poster for a conference on enumerative geometry that I organized with Cristina Manolache at Imperial College in the summer of 2018:
Previously, I was at the University of Hamburg with 2016 Clay Research Award winner Bernd Siebert. Before that, I was a research fellow at KIAS, which stands for Korea Institute of Advanced Study and is located in the heart of Seoul. My mentor at KIAS was Bumsig Kim. Together, we organized a number of workshops, including 3 of them on the Gross-Siebert program.
After completing my PhD at Caltech, I went on a trip up (and inevitably back down) the California coast, which turned out to be rather memorable, and led to this photo:
My adviser at Caltech was Tom Graber. Between Caltech and KIAS, I was a postdoc at the Fields Institute in Toronto, for the thematic program ‘Calabi-Yau Varieties: Arithmetic, Geometry and Physics‘.
This is one of my absolutely very most favorite pieces of music.