Mohammad Kang

Mohammad Kang

Graduate Teaching Assistant
Ph.D. Student

mohammad.behzad.kang@wayne.edu

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

Curriculum Vitae

Websites

My LinkedIn Profile: linkedin.com/in/mohammadbehzadkang

My Webpage: https://s.wayne.edu/mbk/

Youtube Videos

Mohammad Kang

Department

Department of Mathematics

Research Interest/Area of Expertise

  • Algebraic topology

  • Topological data analysis

  • Mathematics education

Research

New Symmetries of Stable Homotopy Groups (joint with Prof. Andrew Salch) 

This is an ongoing project - you can view my Master's essay on this project at cpb-us-e1.wpmucdn.com/s.wayne.edu/dist/1/24/files/2019/06/New_Symmetries_of_Stable_Homotopy_Groups.pdf

Education – Degrees, Licenses, Certifications

  • B.S. Mathematics Honors, University Honors (Co-Major), Wayne State University, May 2018
  • M.S. Mathematics, Wayne State University, May 2019

Awards and Grants

    • M.F. Janowitz Fund -- Department of Mathematics (2019)
    • WSU May 2018 Commencement Speaker
    • WSU CLAS Act - featured article at clas.wayne.edu/spotlight/52050
    • Magna Cum Laude distinction upon graduating with B.S.
    • Outstanding Undergraduate Award (2) -- Department of Mathematics (2016-2017 & 2017-2018)
    • Accelerated Graduate Enrollment (AGRADE) Scholarship (2018)
    • Robert and Nancy Irvan Endowed Scholarship in Mathematics (2018)
    • Chia Keui (Jack) Tsao Award -- Department of Mathematics (2018)
    • 1st Place in the Physical Sciences -- WSU CLAS 2018 Undergraduate Research Fair
    • Problem of the Week Winner, Fall 2017 and Winter 2017 -- Department of Mathematics
    • Research travel grants: 35th Annual Workshop in Geometric Topology (Calvin College), 43rd Annual New York Regional Mathematics Graduate Conference (Syracuse University), Derived algebraic geometry and chromatic homotopy theory (Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences)

Currently Teaching

  • MAT 2020 - Calculus II, Spring/Summer 2019 (4 credits)

Courses taught

  • STA 1020 - Elementary Statistics, Winter 2019 (3 credits)
  • MAT 1050 - Algebra with Trigonometry (Pre-Emerging Scholars Program) Workshop, Fall 2015 (2 credits)