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

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: None

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.

Summer / Fall 2021: I am not teaching.

- Spring 2021: Teaching Assistant for Elementary Discrete Mathematics (MATH 1030Q) at the University of Connecticut
- Fall 2020: Teaching Assistant for Elementary Discrete Mathematics (MATH 1030Q) at the University of Connecticut
- Spring 2020: Elementary Differential Equations (MATH 2410Q) at the University of Connecticut
- Summer 2020: I was a graduate assistant for the UConn REU on analysis on fractals.
- Fall 2019: MATH 1060Q (Precalculus), HW Grader for Modern Analysis (MATH 4110/5110), at the University of Connecticut.
- Summer 2019: I was a graduate assistant for the UConn REU on analysis on fractals.
- Spring 2019: Elementary Differential Equations (MATH 2410Q), HW Grader for Measure Theory (MATH 5111), at the University of Connecticut
- Fall 2018: Calculus I (Recitation) (MATH 1131Q) at the University of Connecticut
- Summer 2018: Precalculus (MATH 1060Q) at the University of Connecticut
- Spring 2018: Calculus II (Recitation) (MATH 1132Q) at the University of Connecticut
- Fall 2017: Business Calculus (MATH 1071Q) at the University of Connecticut
- Summer 2017: Elementary Discrete Mathematics (MATH 1030Q) at the University of Connecticut
- Spring 2017: Elementary Discrete Mathematics (MATH 1030Q) at the University of Connecticut
- Fall 2016: Calculus I (Recitation) (MATH 1131Q) at the University of Connecticut
- Spring 2016: Precalculus (MAT 130), Business Statistics (GSR 104), Discrete Mathematics (MAT 140), Multivariable Calculus (MAT 206) at Gallaudet University
- Fall 2015: Precalculus (MAT 130), Business Statistics (GSR 104), Discrete Mathematics (MAT 140) at Gallaudet University
- Spring 2015: Precalculus (MAT 130), Discrete Mathematics (MAT 140), Multivariable Calculus (MAT 206) at Gallaudet University
- Fall 2014: College Mathematics (MAT 40), Business Statistics (GSR 104), Discrete Mathematics (MAT 140) at Gallaudet University
- Spring 2014: Precalculus (MAT 130) at Gallaudet University

Mathematical talks, et cetera:

*Analysis on Sierpinski Carpets and related fractals*1/24/20, General Exam for Mathematics Ph.D., University of Connecticut*Random Walks and Harmonic Functions*9/20/19, SIGMA Seminar, Dept. of Mathematics, University of Connecticut*An Introduction to Self Similar Structures*6/7/19, SIGMA Seminar, Dept. of Mathematics, University of Connecticut*An Introduction to Analysis on Fractals*4/26/19, Math Colloquium, Dept. of Sci., Tech. & Math., Gallaudet University*Energy and Kusuoka Measure*11/30/18, Analysis Learning Seminar, Dept. of Mathematics, University of Connecticut*Perron's Method and Harmonic Functions*11/2/18, SIGMA Seminar, Dept. of Mathematics, University of Connecticut*An Introduction to Self Similar Structures*7/13/18, SIGMA Seminar, Dept. of Mathematics, University of Connecticut*An Introduction to Self Similar Structures*4/6/18, Analysis Learning Seminar, Dept. of Mathematics, University of Connecticut Slides**The Affordable Care Act and Insured Immigrants*with James Gamble and Cesia Sanchez, 7/28/16, American Economic Association Pipeline Conference, Michigan State University

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