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Sam Bardwell-Evans

Ph.D. Student
Boston University
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
sambe [at] bu [dot] edu
Office: MCS B25B

About

I am a fourth year Ph.D. Student in mathematics at Boston University. My advisor is Yu-Shen Lin. My research mainly deals with enumerative geometry and differential geometry relating to mirror symmetry. I am also interested in asymptotic combinatorial geometry (a very different flavor of enumerative geometry).

I completed a BS in Mathematics at Caltech in 2018.

Publications and Preprints

  • Scattering diagrams from holomorphic discs in log Calabi-Yau surfaces
  • Preprint 2021. Joint work with Man-Wai Cheung, Hansol Hong, and Yu-Shen Lin.
  • A reduction for the distinct distances problem in ℝd
  • Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series A, 166 (2019), 171-225. Joint work with Adam Sheffer.

    Teaching

    Instructor

  • MA226 Differential Equations (Summer 2021 Session 2)
  • MA226 Differential Equations (Summer 2021 Session 1)
  • MA119 Personal Finance (Summer 2020 Session 1)
  • MA124 Calculus II (Summer 2019 Session 2)
  • MA124 Calculus II (Summer 2019 Session 1)
  • Teaching Fellow/Assistant

  • MA226 Differential Equations (Fall 2021)
  • MA226 Differential Equations (Spring 2021)
  • MA226 Differential Equations (Summer 2020 Session 2)
  • MA412 Complex Variables (Spring 2020)
  • MA124 Calculus II (Fall 2019)