Chenxi Wu

wuchenxi2013@gmail.com

Ph.D in Mathematics, Cornell University, Aug. 2016.

Advisor: John Smillie. Thesis, Slides for thesis defense

Currently postdoc at Rutgers university.

CV | Publication List | Teaching statement | Research statement

Talks:

October 2013, The affine group action on the cohomology of abelian covers of the pillowcase, Postdoc and Graduate student seminar, ICERM

April 2014, Horocycle orbit closures in strata, Ergodic theory seminar, UIUC

July 2014, Characterization of Bouw-Moller surfaces, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

October 2014, Singularities of infinite translation surfaces, Dynamics seminar, Cornell University (slides)

October 2014, Building pseudo-Anosov maps, Bugcat conference, Binghamton University (slides)

April 2015, End-periodic maps and flat surfaces, Dynamics Seminar, Cornell University

August 2015, Building pseudo-Anosov maps, Max Planck Institute of Mathematics

November 2015, Singularities of infinite translation surfaces, Bugcat conference, Binghamton University (slides)

December 2016, Canonical metric on graphs, MPIM Oberseminar

Teaching and Outreach:

Spring 2016: TA of Linear Algebra for Engineers notes

Spring 2015: Calculus I notes

Fall 2014: TA of Differential Equations

Spring 2014: TA of Multivariable Calculus for Engineer and Totally Awesome Math

Spring 2013: TA of Multivariable Calculus

Fall 2012: TA of Honors Calculus II

Math Explorer's Club March 19, 2016

Publications:

Chenxi Wu. The relative cohomology of abelian covers of the flat pillowcase. Journal of Modern
Dynamics, doi:10.3934/jmd.2015.9.123 arXiv

Chenxi Wu. Delone property of the holonomy vectors of translation surfaces. Israel Journal
of Mathematics, doi: 10.1007/s11856-016-1357-y arXiv

Hyungryul Baik, Ahmad Rafiqi and Chenxi Wu. Constructing pseudo-Anosov maps with given dilatations.
Geometriae Dedicata, doi: 10.1007/s10711-015-0089-1 arXiv

Chenxi Wu. Lattice surfaces and smallest triangle. Geometra Dedicata, doi: 10.1007/s10711-016-0191-z
arXiv

Other writing:

Lucien Clavier, Anja Randecker, Chenxi Wu. Rotational component spaces for infinite-type translation surfaces
arXiv

Hyungryul Baik, Ahmad Rafiqi and Chenxi Wu. Is a typical bi-Perron number a pseudo-Anosov dilatation? arXiv

Hyungryul Baik and Chenxi Wu. An algorithm to compute Teichm\"uller polynomial from matrices arXiv

Shokrieh and Chenxi Wu. A Kazhdan-type theorem for metric graphs

Harry Baik, Ahmad Rafiqi, Chenxi Wu. Approximations to infinite type pseudo-Anosov maps Draft

Notes on Bouw-Moller surfaces

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