Jesse Madnick



Sixth-year math graduate student at Stanford.
I am advised by both Rick Schoen and Robert Bryant (Duke).

Office: Room 380-T (basement of building 380)
E-mail: jmadnick [at] stanford [dot] edu

Interests: Differential geometry, special holonomy,
calibrated geometry, gauge theory



Solutions to past algebra quals:
Fall 2009
Spring 2011
Spring 2012

Research

I am interested in Riemannian manifolds with special holonomy, their calibrated submanifolds, and gauge-theoretic objects on them. More broadly, I'm interested in Einstein metrics and minimal submanifolds.

My recent work is on nearly-Kahler 6-manifolds of cohomogeneity-two.
Research Statement
Curriculum Vitae (as of October 2017)

Teaching

Current teaching: Instructor for Math 19 (Winter 2018)
Office Hours: N/A
Review Sheets for Students:
Previous teaching:
  • Summer 2017: I was an Instructor for Math 19.
  • Spring 2017: I was a TA for Math 51.
  • Fall 2016: I was a TA for Math 53.
  • Spring 2016: I was a CA for Math 52.
  • Winter 2016: I was a TA for Math 51.
  • Summer 2015: I was a drop-in TA at SUMaC (Program II).
  • Spring 2015: I was the CA for Math 177.
  • Winter 2015: I was a TA for Math 42.
  • Summer 2014: I was a drop-in TA at SUMaC (Program II).
  • Winter 2014: I was the CA for Math 19.
  • Fall 2013: I was a TA for Math 41.
Seminars

Seminars organized: Notes from talks I've given (unpolished):

The Cartan-Janet Theorem: Local isometric embedding of real-analytic metrics into euclidean space.