Christian Carrick
Graduate Student
UCLA
Mathematics Department
Los Angeles, CA, USA 90095-1555
Office
5351C Math Sciences Building
Office Hours
Thursday 1PM-2PM MS 6221
E-Mail
carrick at math .ucla .edu
Phone
209 404 4549
About Me
I'm a first year graduate student at UCLA. My main areas of mathematical interest are homotopy theory and bordism theory.
Before UCLA, I was an undergraduate at Harvard, and I wrote my senior thesis with advisor
Michael Hopkins
.
Expository Writing
An Elementary Proof of Quillen's Theorem for Complex Cobordism
(My undergraduate thesis)
Quillen's Elementary Proofs
(Notes I wrote for a talk on my undergraduate thesis)
Segal's Classifying Spaces and Spectral Sequences
(Notes I wrote for a talk on Graeme Segal's paper Classifying Spaces and Spectral Sequences)
An Easy Computation with a Hopf Algebroid