I am a second-year PhD student in the Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science at the University of Illinois at Chicago. I can be reached at kzhou23[at]uic.edu.
My CV is available here.
My research interests lie in Mathematical Logic and Model Theory. I am currently working on some connections between model theory, machine learning theory, and finite combinatorics.
In Spring 2020, I am teaching MATH 179 Emerging Scholars Workshop for Calculus I
My office hours for Spring 2020 are Wed 11a-12p, Thurs 2-3p in the MSLC.
At UIC, I have been a TA for the following courses:
During the 2019-2020 academic year, I am teaching for Math Circles of Chicago, one of many math circles around globe. Math Circles of Chicago provides free after-school programs for 5-12th graders designed to help kids explore interesting and meaningful mathematics that they might not see otherwise in the classroom.
During my time as an undergraduate at Carnegie Mellon University, I was a TA for:
Outside of mathematics, I enjoy playing and listening to music, reading and exercise.
I am a covenant member of Church of the Beloved.