Hello, my name is Kevin.

I am a 2nd year Ph.D. student in mathematics at Boston College.

My main area of interest used to be algebraic geometry (probably still is?). More specifically, I studied the moduli spaces of curves and their enumerative invariants, such as Gromov-Witten invariants. But now I’m taking some time off from this and currently exploring other topics.

Previously, I was a Masters student at ETH Zürich, in Zürich, Switzerland, where I worked under Prof. Dr. Rahul Pandharipande.

While at ETH, I worked on applying ideas from this recent paper: Hodge-Gromov-Witten Theory by Jérémy Guéré for computing Gromov-Witten invariants on some easy cases such as on elliptic curves. I worked closely with Honglu Fan and Longting Wu.

I obtained by Bachelor’s degree from Courant Institute of New York University. I also spent some time briefly as a visiting undergraduate student at Columbia University.

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kevin.yeh@bc.edu