## Carl Wang Erickson

Email: cwe@brandeis.edu

Phone: 781-736-3072

Office: Goldsmith 206

I am a postdoctoral instructor in mathematics at Brandeis University. My research interests are in number theory, extending into certain aspects of representation theory and algebraic geometry. I especially like to think about moduli theory, that is, how various objects vary in families.

### Professional information and activities

- CV [pdf]
- In academic year 2015-2016, I co-organize the Brandeis Everytopic Seminar with Arunima Ray. [website]
- Travel schedule

### Research

### Current Teaching

- Fall 2015: Math 110a, Introduction to Real Analysis, Part I. (website)
- Fall 2015: Math 140a, Geometric Analysis (graduate level). (website)

### Past Teaching at Brandeis

- Spring 2015: Math 202b: Algebraic Geometry II. (website)

- Fall 2014: Math 110a, Introduction to Real Analysis, Part I. (website)
- Fall 2014: Math 203b, Topic in Number Theory: Elliptic Curves. (website)
- Spring 2014: Math 20a, Techniques of Calculus: Calculus of Several Variables. (website)
- Spring 2014: Math 201a, Topics in Algebra: Moduli Theory of Representations. (website)
- Fall 2013: Math 20a, Techniques of Calculus: Calculus of Several Variables. (website)
- Fall 2013: Math 110a, Introduction to Real Analysis, Part I. (website)

### Collaborators