Hang Lu Su

I am a fourth and final year PhD student at the ICMATstands for Institute of Mathematical Sciences in Spanish in Madrid, where I am a joint Marie Skłodowska Curie and “La Caixa” fellow. I will tentatively submit my thesis in June. I am looking for research positions in both academia and industry. Here is my research statement.

My current research projects are focused on left-orderability of groups using tools of formal languages and geometric group theory. My supervisor is Yago Antolín.

I am fluent in English and French, ok in Spanish, and speak a bit of Cantonese and Mandarin although I can’t write Chinese. You can reach me via email at homeowmorphism@gmail.com.

About the blog

I started this blog when I was in between undergraduate and graduate studies. It was an outsider looking in sort of thing. I was feeling that the math world should be friendlier and more accessible, and this blog became my personal safe space to talk about math.

In the Summer of 2017, I was at the Recurse Center, a self-directed, community-driven educational retreat for programmers in NYC and thorougly enjoyed my experience there. You can find some programming-related posts on this blog which I wrote during my stay.

Last updated: 2021-04-12

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