Hi! I'm a fifth-year PhD student in the Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science at the University of Illinois at Chicago. I am fortunate to be advised by James Freitag. You can reach me at kzhou23 [at] uic.edu.
My CV is available here.
My research interests lie in mathematical logic, more specifically model theory. I'm currently working on connections between model theory, computational learning theory, and finite combinatorics.
In Spring 2022, I was a UIC NSF TRIPODS Graduate Fellow.
In Summer 2019, I was a UIC NSF RTG Pre-doctoral Fellow.
In Fall 2023, I am an instructor for MATH 294 Emerging Scholars Workshop for MATH 215 (Intro to Advanced Mathematics).
My office hours are 2-4PM in the MSLC.
At UIC, I have been an Instructor for the following courses:
At UIC, I have been a TA for the following courses:
In Fall 2022, I was a TA for the Preliminary Arizona Winter School on Heights and Model Theory.
Outside of teaching at the undergraduate and graduate level, I love teaching fun and interesting math topics to middle and high school students. Some opportunities I've had for this include:
During my time as an undergraduate at Carnegie Mellon University, I was a TA for:
Outside of mathematics, I enjoy making music, reading and exercising.
I am a covenant member of Church of the Beloved, where I also serve on staff part-time as the Production Manager.