Christopher Hayes

I am a fourth year PhD student at UConn. I'll make this website more attractive eventually...

Information

Email: christopher.k.hayes@uconn.edu (Here is a poem I wrote to help you remember my email address.)

Office: My desk is in MONT 413.

Office Hours: Wednesdays 1:30pm - 3:00pm and Fridays 8:30am - 10:00am

Education: MA Mathematics, The George Washington University & BS Mathematics, Gallaudet University

Research Interests: I am studying analysis on fractals. My advisor is Luke Rogers. For my master's I mostly studied knot theory and some computability theory. I am also interested in mathematics education, particularly the education of deaf students. Outside of math I like linguistics, economics, and history.


Teaching

Spring 2020: I am teaching MATH 2410 (Elementary Differential Equations).

Summer 2020: I will be a graduate assistant for the UConn REU on analysis on fractals.

Previously Taught

Note: For some courses, the stated course title may not necessarily be the official course title. Courses where I was a discussion section TA are labeled (Recitation).

Mathematical talks, et cetera:

*There is a mistake on the second slide. The Mandelbrot set is not technically a Julia set. Also, the contraction ratio for the octacarpet is actually 1 - 1/Sqrt[2].
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