Yujong Tzeng

About me
I am a Ph.D candidate in mathematics at Stanford
University. I am a student of Professor Jun Li and expect to graduate
in June 2010.

My research is on enumerative geometry, especially
on counting nodal curves on algebraic surfaces. In my thesis I prove
Goettsche's conjecture which says the number of nodal curves is given
by a universal polynomials of four topological numbers. I'm also
interested in GromovWitten theory, moduli spaces and algebraic
cobordism.

Education
 B.S., Math, National Taiwan University, 2004.
 Ph.D., Math, Stanford University (expected)

I'm currently a TA for Math 51 ACE. Here are the worksheets for my
session.
Old teaching notes (some with brief answers):
Math 42 ACE
(Winter 2009)
Math 41 ACE
(Fall 2009)
Math 42
Math 51A

I like to play basketball, softball and listen to
classical music.
