Brooke Ullery

Office: Science Center 503
Email: bullery (at) math (dot) harvard (dot) edu

Curriculum Vitae

I am a Benjamin Peirce and NSF postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University. I graduated in 2015 from the University of Michigan with a Ph.D. in mathematics. My advisors were Rob Lazarsfeld and Karen Smith. I spent the academic year 2015-16 as an NSF postdoctoral fellow at University of Utah, where I worked with Aaron Bertram. My research interests are mostly in classical algebraic geometry.

This semester, I'm co-organizing the Harvard/MIT algebraic geometry seminar and the Brandeis-Harvard-MIT-Northeastern Joint mathematics colloquium.


Upcoming talks


In the fall 2018 semester, I'm teaching undergraduate topology (math 131). For the course websites and notes from classes I've taught at Harvard in previous semesters, click here.



Before graduate school, I was an undergraduate math major at the University of Chicago. Prior to that, I went to UMTYMP (University of Minnesota Talented Youth Mathematics Program). I enthusiastically endorse UMTYMP, and cannot overstate its impact on me mathematically. Outside of math, I spend most of my time rock climbing -- bouldering, specifically.