Naomi Kraushar

I am a PhD student in mathematics at Stanford University, advised by Gunnar Carlsson and Ravi Vakil. You can find my CV here.
Naomi Kraushar

Contact Information




Department of Mathematics
450 Jane Stanford Way
Building 380
Stanford, CA 94305-2125


Research Interests

My 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.


Algebraic K-theory and Chow groups
Complex cobordism and almost complex fillings of contact manifolds (undergraduate thesis)


European 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.


As instructor

Course number Title Quarters
Math 51 Linear Algebra, Multivariable Calculus, and Modern applications Summer 2020

As teaching assistant

Course number Title Quarters
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