Mohammad Kang

Mohammad Kang

Ph.D. Candidate
Graduate Teaching Assistant

mohammad.behzad.kang@wayne.edu

Faculty/Administration Building, Room 1110
656 W. Kirby St., Detroit, MI 48202

Website(s)

linkedin.com/in/mohammadbehzadkang

s.wayne.edu/mbk

Media

Mohammad Kang

Department

Department of Mathematics

Research interest(s)/area of expertise

  • Algebraic Topology
  • Topological Data Analysis
  • Mathematics Education

Education

  • B.S. Mathematics Honors & University Honors, Wayne State University, May 2018
  • M.S. Mathematics, Wayne State University, May 2019
  • Ph.D. Mathematics, Wayne State University (Expected May 2024)

Awards and grants

  • Garrett T. Heberlein Excellence in Teaching Award for Graduate Students, 2022

  • M.F. Janowitz Fund, 2019

  • Commencement Student Speaker, 2018

  • CLAS Act, 2018

  • AGRADE Scholarship, 2018

  • Robert and Nancy Irvan Endowed Scholarship in Mathematics, 2018

  • Chia Keui (Jack) Tsao Award, 2018

  • Outstanding Undergraduate Award (2), 2017 & 2018

Selected publications

  •  2021. H. Abdallah, A. Regalski, M. Kang, M. Berishaj, N. Nnadi, A. Chowdury, V. Diwadkar, A. Salch, Statistical Inference for Persistent Homology applied to simulated fMRI time series data, accepted for publication to Foundations of Data Science. 

 

Currently teaching

 MAT 1000 - Mathematics in Today's World, Fall 2022 (3 credits)

  • MAT 2250 - Elementary Linear Algebra, Spring/Summer 2022 (3 credits)
  • MAT 1000 - Mathematics in Today's World, Fall 2021 (3 credits)
  • MAT 2010 (Online, Synchronous) - Calculus I, Spring/Summer 2021 (4 credits)
  • MAT 1000 (Online, Synchronous) - Mathematics in Today's World, Winter 2021 (3 credits)
  • STA 2210 (Online, Synchronous) - Probability and Statistics, Fall 2020 (4 credits)
  • MAT 2020 (Online, Asynchronous) - Calculus II, Spring/Summer 2020 (4 credits)
  • MAT 1800 - Elementary Functions, Fall 2019 (4 credits)
  • MAT 2020 - Calculus II, Spring/Summer 2019 (4 credits)
  • STA 1020 - Elementary Statistics, Winter 2019 (3 credits)
  • MAT 1050 - Algebra with Trigonometry (Pre-Emerging Scholars Program) Workshop, Fall 2015 (2 credits)