Christian Carrick
Graduate Student
UCLA
Mathematics Department
Los Angeles, CA, USA 90095-1555
Office
3931 Math Sciences Building
E-Mail
carrick at math .ucla .edu
Phone
209 404 4549
About Me
I'm a fifth year graduate student at UCLA, interested in equivariant and chromatic homotopy theory. I am currently on the job market. My advisor is
Mike Hill
. Before UCLA, I was an undergraduate at Harvard.
CV
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Papers
Smashing Localizations in Equivariant Stable Homotopy, to appear in Journal of Homotopy and Related Structures,
arxiv
Cofreeness in Real Bordism Theory and the Segal Conjecture, to appear in Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society,
arxiv
Expository Writing
TC and TP of Perfectoid Rings
An Elementary Proof of Quillen's Theorem for Complex Cobordism
(My undergraduate thesis)
Quillen's Elementary Proofs
Segal's Classifying Spaces and Spectral Sequences
UCLA Juvitop Seminar
Fall 2018: Adams Spectral Sequence
Winter 2019: Structured Ring Spectra
UCLA Participating Seminar
Winter 2020: Stacks and Chromatic Homotopy
Teaching
Summer 2019: Math 32B with Enes Ozel
Spring 2019: Math 31A with Nadja Hempel
Spring 2019: Math 31B with Marco Marengon
Winter 2019: Math 31B with Palina Salanevich
Winter 2019: Math 31A:
Differential and Integral Calculus
, with Sorin Popa
Winter 2019: Math 31B: Integration and Infinite Series, with Wenpin Tang
Fall 2018: Math 31A: Differential and Integral Calculus, with Nadja Hempel
Spring 2018: Math 32B: Calculus of Several Variables II, with Michael Andrews
Winter 2018: Math 32A: Calculus of Several Variables I, with Yannis Angelopoulos
Fall 2017: Math 1: Precalculus, with Paige Greene