Changho Han

**About me**:
I am a fifth year graduate student
at Harvard University. Starting on Fall 2019, I will be a Limited Term Assistant Professor at the University of Georgia.

My research is primarily in algebraic geometry. In particular, I am mainly interested in geometric and arithmetic properties of moduli spaces. See my research statement for more details on my mathematical interests.

My graduate advisor is Joe Harris.

Here is my CV.

- Arithmetic inflection points of arithmetic linear series on hyperelliptic curves (temporary title), with Ethan Cotterill and Ignacio Darago (in preparation).
- Arithmetic of the moduli of (un)stable elliptic surfaces (temporary title), with June Park (in preparation).
- Stable log quadrics (temporary title), with Anand Deopurkar (in preparation).
- Stable log surfaces, admissible covers, and canonical curves of genus 4, with Anand Deopurkar (July 2018).
- Arithmetic of the moduli of semistable elliptic surfaces, with June Park (last updated September 2017, under revision at Math. Ann.).

I have taught the following courses at Harvard:

- Math 1b, as a coaching fellow (integration, series and differential equations) which transitions into a teaching fellow, Spring 2019
- Math 1b, as a teaching fellow (integration, series and differential equations), Fall 2017
- Math 21b, as a teaching fellow (linear algebra and differential equations), Spring 2017
- Math 258Y, as a course assistant (graduate topics course on degenerations in algebraic geometry), Fall 2016
- Math 1b, as a teaching fellow (integration, series and differential equations), Fall 2015