YuWei Fan (范祐維)
Department of Mathematics
Harvard University
One Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
Office: Science Center 425c
I am a fifth year graduate student at Harvard, working with ShingTung Yau. Starting Fall 2019, I will be a Morrey Visiting Assistant Professor at UC Berkeley.
I have pretty broad interests in algebraic geometry, symplectic geometry, dynamical systems and mathematical physics. These days I am working on projects surrounding mirror symmetry, which is a duality between algebraic geometry and symplectic geometry. More specifically, I am thinking about its interplays with Bridgeland stability conditions, wallcrossings, autoequivalences and Teichmüller theory.
My Curriculum Vitae.
Papers
 
WeilPetersson geometry on the space of Bridgeland stability conditions,
with Atsushi Kanazawa and
ShingTung Yau.
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Accepted by Comm. Anal. Geom.. (arXiv:1708.02161) 

 
Mirror of Atiyah flop in symplectic geometry and stability conditions,
with
Hansol Hong,
SiuCheong Lau and
ShingTung Yau.
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Abstract
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To appear in Adv. Theor. Math. Phys., 22 (2018), no. 5. (arXiv:1706.02942) 

 
Entropy of an autoequivalence on CalabiYau manifolds.
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Abstract,
Slides
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Math. Res. Lett., 25 (2018), no. 2, 509519, doi. (arXiv:1704.06957) 

 
Systoles, Special Lagrangians, and Bridgeland stability conditions.
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Abstract,
Video
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arXiv:1803.09684. 

 
On entropy of Ptwists.
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arXiv:1801.10485. 
Teaching
 Spring 2019: Course Assistant,
Theoretical multivariable calculus and real analysis, Harvard University.
 Fall 2018: Course Assistant,
Symplectic Manifolds and Lagrangian Submanifolds, Harvard University.
 Summer 2018: Instructor,
Introduction to Bridgeland stability conditions, Tsinghua University, Beijing.
 Summer 2018: Coach,
Yau Tsinghua Junior Math Talent Program, Tsinghua University, Beijing.
 Fall 2017: Instructor,
Multivariable Calculus, Harvard University.
 Fall 2016: Coach,
Multivariable Calculus, Harvard University.
Organized seminars
 20162017: Yau's student seminar, Harvard University.
 20152016: Trivial Notions Seminar,
Harvard University (coorganizer).