Jin Hyung To
I am a Lecturer of Mathematics. I am specialized in Algebraic Geometry. Algebraic Geometry occupies a central place in modern mathematics and has multiple conceptual connections with such diverse fields as complex analysis, topology, and number theory. I serve as a committee of NMC Math Competition for secondary education. NMC is National Math Competition which is one of Math Olympiads. I have 20 years of College level Mathematics teaching experience from Calculus to advanced Math Courses such as Linear Algebra, Abstract Algebra, Real and Complex Analysis, Geometry. I professionally teach all the courses of Algebra, Analysis, Geometry, and Topology.
I have four kids and my wife is also a mathematician. Her speciality is Fractal Geometry in analysis. I go to church every Sunday with my family.
I am a professional Latex user.
- Algebraic Geometry and Arithmetic Geometry
- Tate conjecture and related problems
Developing new Cohomology theory in Arithmetic Geometry, Describing the structure of the closed subvarieties of a smooth irreducible (over the algebraic closure of k, so called geometrically irreducible) projective variety over a finite field k = Fq , Curves in the projective space P3 and intersection of surfaces, Describing the moduli spaces of vector bundles and maps over algebraic curves
- Ph.D. Mathematics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Distinctions / Awards
- Outstanding contribution to 2016 NMC
- Applied Complex Variables, Math 446
- Complex Variables, Math 448
- Abstract Linear Algebra, Math 416