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CURRICULUM VITAE OF XINGTING WANG

Research Interests

Noncommutative algebra. Areas of special interest to me are Hopf algebras, quantum algebras, Poisson algebras, noncommutative invariant theory, cohomology rings, and representation theory.

Employment 

2015-present       Temple University, Research Assistant Professor.
2014-2015           University of California at San Diego, Teaching Visitor.

Education

Ph.D. 2014          University of Washington. Advisor: James Zhang.

Dissertation: Classification of connected Hopf algebras up to prime-cube dimension.

B.S. 2007            Fudan University, School of Mathematical Sciences, China.

Grants

AMS-Simons Travel Grants, 2016-2018.

Awards and Honors

Excellence in Teaching by a Postdoctoral Fellow, Temple University, 2015-2016.
Microsoft Scholar Award, University of Washington, 2007-2011.
2nd Prize in Fudan Scholarship, Fudan University, 2005-2007.
Outstanding Freshman Scholarship, Fudan University, 2004.
1st Prize in National Middle School Mathematical Olympiad, China, 2002.
1st Prize in National Middle School Physics Olympiad, China, 2002.
1st Prize in National Middle School Physics Olympiad, China, 2001.

Professional Activities

Academic Editor for Asian Research Journal of Mathematics (term of 4 years) with duties including editorial decision for manuscripts of the journal.

Referee (20+ articles since 2015) for Advances in Mathematics, China Science Mathematics, Algebra Colloquium, Asian Research Journal of Mathematics, Archives of Current Research International, Applied Mathematics-A Journal of Chinese Universities, Far East Journal of Mathematical Sciences, British Journal of Mathematics & Computer Science, Journal of Scientific Research and Reports.

Co-organizer for AMS Special Session on Noncommutative Algebraic Geometry and Related Topics at Portland State University April 2018.

Reviewer for Mathematical Reviews and member of AMS since 2007.

Supervisor for Undergraduate Research Program “Hopf algebras and Frobenius-Schur higher indicators”, participants: Hao Hu and Xinyi Hu, 2016-2017. A research paper was accepted by Involve. A Journal of Mathematics and the result was presented by Hao Hu at MAA Allegheny Mountain Section’s Spring Meeting at Duquesne University, April 2017.