Naomi KrausharI am a PhD student in mathematics at Stanford University, advised by Gunnar Carlsson and Ravi Vakil. You can find my CV here.
Department of Mathematics
450 Jane Stanford Way
Stanford, CA 94305-2125
Research InterestsMy research areas are algebraic topology and algebraic K-theory. I am currently working on a project in equivariant algebraic K-theory involving the actions of profinite groups on certain colimits of algebraic tori.
NotesAlgebraic K-theory and Chow groups
Complex cobordism and almost complex fillings of contact manifolds (undergraduate thesis)
TravelEuropean Talbot Workshop 2019: Algebraic K-theory, July 2019, Rheinböllen, Germany.
Arizona Winter School 2019: Topology and Arithmetic, March 2019, Tucson, Arizona.
International Conference on Manifolds, Groups and Homotopy, July 2018, Isle of Skye, UK.
Talbot Workshop 2017: Obstruction theory for structured ring spectra, May 2017, Gooding, Idaho.
Summer Course in Low Dimensional Topology at Central European University, July 2016, Budapest, Hungary.
|Math 51||Linear Algebra, Multivariable Calculus, and Modern applications||Summer 2020|
As teaching assistant
|Math 171||Fundamental Concepts of Analysis||Spring 2020, Fall 2016|
|Math 51||Linear Algebra, Multivariable Calculus, and Modern Applications||Winter 2020|
|Math 53||Ordinary Differential Equations with Linear Algebra||Summer 2019|
|Math 20||Calculus||Winter 2019|
|Math 52||Integral Calculus of Several Variables||Fall 2018, Winter 2018|
|Math 110||Applied Number Theory and Field Theory||Winter 2017|
|Math 109||Applied Group Theory||Spring 2017|