### (Graduate) Math Courses

- Math 504/505/506—Algebra
- Groups, modules, rings, fields, Galois theory, representation theory, homological algebra, etc.

- Math 507/508/509—Algebraic Structures (notes on github: 508, 509)
- Advanced commutative algebra, Lie groups and algebras, and homological algebra.

- Math 534/535/536—Complex Analysis
- Complex variables, contour integration, conformal maps, harmonic functions, the Dirichlet problem, etc.

- Math 544/545/546—Topology and Geometry of Manifolds
- Topological and smooth manifolds, algebraic topology, covering space theory, differential geometry, etc.

- Math 561/562—Combinatorics
- Counting, posets, generating functions, inclusion/exclusion, graph theory, etc.

- Math 567/568/569—Algebraic Geometry (notes on github)
- Affine and projective varieties, rings of functions, the Nullstellensatz, localization, dimension, algebraic curves, divisors, cohomology, genus, and the Riemann-Roch theorem.

- Math 581B/582B—Algebraic Groups and their Representations (notes on github)
- Group schemes, Hopf algebras and representations; the Barsotti-Chevalley theorem, existence of quotients, descent, etc. Infinitesimal theory, the Borel fixed point theorem, parabolic subgroups, representations and highest weight theory.

- Math 582H—Hopf Algebras (notes on github)
- Hopf algebras, quantum groups, duality, actions, and representations of Hopf algebras and tensor and fusion categories.

- Math 583H—Cohomology Theories, Triangulated Categories, and Applications (notes on github)
- Hochschild cohomology, group cohomology, homotopy and derived categories, dualizing complexes, and Artin-Schelter regular algebras.

- Math 600—Directed Reading
*Group Schemes and Representations* Autumn 2018-Winter 2020 (with Prof. Julia Pevtsova)
*Abelian Categories* Spring 2018 (with Prof. James Zhang)
*Representation Theory* Winter-Spring 2017 (with Prof. Julia Pevtsova)
*Algebraic Topology* Autumn 2016 (with Prof. Steve Mitchell)

### Computer Science Courses

- CSE 143x—Accelerated Computer Programming I/II
- CSE 373—Data Structures and Algorithms
- CSE 517—Natural Language Processing

### Statistics Courses

- STAT 509—Introduction to Mathematical Statistics

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